I recently learned about a new product (well, new to me) that sounds PURRfect for my pets. It's all natural, freeze dried, and yummy! (well, story is it's yummy... I'll get me some and ask Emily and Chester and Olive - they'll be the real judges! I just think it sounds yummy)
Stewart Pro-Treat Freeze Dried Liver... offered at Petsmart online... provides "pets with protein-rich meats for a healthy reward or snack. Maintaining the aroma, flavor and nutritional value of 100% raw liver produced and packaged in the USA, the fresh, all-natural treats are diced into perfect, reward-sized bites."
The reward sized bites are attractive at our house cause our little Olive needs those smaller treats. I often have to break the big treats we buy the big dogs into smaller chuncks for her. I love it when a brand makes something like this, offered in a big tub, that I can give all three dogs without fuss or muss. It's amazing how much they pay attention to their treats and they KNOW when one of them got something different than the others. Hence, my desire to keep my life simple and give them all the same thing.
Mind you, these are great options for training and one of the best things about them is the stuff they're made of - ONE INGREDIENT. Here's what the Stewart info says:
Oh, yummy! Valentine’s Day is coming up and we all know that means delicious treats for our beloveds!
Here’s an idea: since chocolate is a no-no for your dog, why don’t you treat him with Stewart Pro-Treat Freeze Dried Liver beef and chicken treats, providing pets with protein-rich meats for a healthy reward or snack. Great for showing your furry Valentine how much you love him, these treats are available in beef or chicken, and contain only one ingredient – perfect for dogs with allergies or those on limited ingredient diets.
Mind you - Chester is quite the challenge with treats and his food. I like that this item has taken that into consideration and is offering something I can feed him without worry! When I saw this on their dog treats page, I was sold! "These functional nutritional treats are designed by veterinarians to support therapeutic diets formulated for pets with special needs."
I learned about these folks from the BlogPaws Gift Guide and should have shared earlier. But, I'm sharing now and you should hop over to their site and check them out. If you are at all concerned about your dog's food and treats (I know you are), and if you're wondering what to give him or her for Valentine's Day - this is a good idea. As someone who researches stuff for my pets online a lot, I like their Where to Buy link too. It shows me where I can purchase their products, right here in my hometown.
My dogs want the liver and the chicken. So, I'm off to shop for them. Wouldn't you do the same?
this is a sponsored post but I wrote it all myself and I meant every word!