Zim’s Max-Freeze Patches GIVEAWAY!!

emma13← See that cute little face?? That cute face gave me a cold. A coughing (hacking up a lung kind of cough) achy from the top of my head to the souls of my feet ache. My lower back and right between my shoulder blades, OUCH!!

I have found relief with my Zim’s MAX-Freeze Patches.

Zim’s MAX-Freeze are patches that are individually wrapped. To use; simply peel off the protective film and place over the area that hurts.

Zim’s patches contain lidocaine and menthol. Zim’s MAX-Freeze has no parabens, sulfates or coloring. Zim’s also does no product testing on animals.

They go on COLD like the cold that makes you catch your breath. OH OH OH COLD!! Then heats up and freezes all at the same time. I can’t think of a better way to describe it. All I know is it’s a great feeling!! Once on these patches stay put until I take them off. They stay on even over night.

Available in different sizes; from medium, large and extra-large.

The medium size patches have been perfect for pain relief right at the base of my neck. The patches are 3″ by 5″ which is perfect!!

Since the patches are individually wrapped I keep one in my purse all the time.

The plastic round container has six medium sized patches.

Zim’s natural based pain relief products, available at drugstores, are considered one of the best pain relief products for muscle aches by many of our loyal fans.

Our Zim’s Max-Freeze line-up offers products for aches and pains from exercise or everyday activities.

For the temporary relief of minor aches and pains of muscle and joints associated with simple backache, arthritis, strains, bruises and sprains Zim’s Max pain relief products have you covered!


I have a LOT of whines about my aches and pains from this cold. But, not a single whine about my Zim’s Max-Freeze Pain Patches.  Two thumbs enthusiastically up! WAY, WAY, WAY UP for Zim’s!!

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One PBnWhine follower will win their own package of Medium size Max-Freeze patches. Good Luck!!

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Prepare Your Dog for Comfortable Kennel Times with These Tips

Going away without your dog can seem a little daunting. They’re a part of your family, and you may not have been apart from them for long. The idea of handing them over to a stranger can be frightening. However, there are many great kennels that will take excellent care of your pooch. The staff dedicate their time to looking after them, feeding them and making sure they get enough exercise. Even if your dog needs special care, you can find a kennel that meets your needs. Before you take them in for their stay, make sure you do the following things.

Go for a Visit

Staying in kennels can be stressful for some dogs. Some adapt easily and are happy to chill out, but others dislike the change in their environment. If you want to reduce the chance of this, you could go for a visit to see the kennels. Many have visiting hours and will allow you to take a look around. It’s a good idea to reassure not just your dog but you too. You can check the facilities and meet the staff to see if they are up to your standards. If you make a booking, your dog could feel better if they have already visited the kennels.


Pic by Kadisha

Flea and Worm Treatments

You should make sure you keep up regular treatments against fleas, worms and ticks for your dog. All of these parasites can cause problems that you don’t want to deal with. Make sure you use them especially in the summer. Most kennels will require that your dog has been treated recently so that they can’t pass anything to other dogs. They might ask for proof from your vet, although many people do just do their treatments at home. There are several things you can use. They range from chewable tablets like Nexgard to spot-on treatments or even injections. Choose the one that works best for you and your dog.


Many kennels also ask that your dog has had certain vaccinations and that they are up to date. This is something you might want to think about at least a few weeks in advance of their stay. They might need to have a couple of appointments with their vet, depending on which vaccinations you need. Check with the kennels to see what they require. Your vet should give you a card or certificate as proof of your dog’s vaccinations that you can show the kennel staff.

Gather Important Information

You might need some important information to give to the staff at the kennels. This includes medical information, contact information, and anything about their diet. Most kennels are happy to give your dog a special diet or even give them medication. You need to make sure the staff have everything they need when you check your dog in. The better your instructions, the better they will be able to care for your dog.

You might be worried about putting your dog in kennels, but they will be well looked after. Make sure you check reviews and recommendations to find the best place for your dog.

Our Smart Home # 1 Wish! #smarthome

If you could design your own Smart Home what would be something you would love to have incorporated??  The folks over at ZModo asked five-year-old Alice what she would wish for……


Please check out the video! I would love to hear what you would want in YOUR own Smart Home!

Wanna know the No.1 thing I wish my #SmartHome would have? Click HERE to see the video!