Let me start off by saying I didn’t even open the package yet and my dog was going crazy wanting what was inside. Clearly dogs will LOVE these treats.
We got sent a pack of lamb strips and a pack of the all natural beef jerky stix.
They are a good size for a treat and can also be broken into a few pieces for training or if you have a smaller dog.
I really am glad we got to sample these treats because the lamb strips are 100% natural and made with actual lamb meat. They have no additives (no artificial colours or preservatives) so that’s a HUGE plus for me as a pet owner. They are also tested for safety in the USA.
The other treat we got as said above are the all natural beef jerky stix. These are made and sourced in the USA which is a positive. Another positive is that they contain no wheat, corn, or soy as well as no artificial additives or preservatives. The treat is also fully and completely digestible.
These treats I feel are good for any size dog although you should supervise your pet (package even says as a reminder to supervise your pet).
After receiving this package for review I did go out and purchase their chicken feet and duck feet as well as a knee cap For my dogs. They are so happy with these treats and I’ll definitely add them to my list of approved dog treats.
I love hat the treats are natural and real and digestible. No extra “junk” in them at all.
Below are the two items I got as well as the sheet they sent me with their other treats and bones they sell. Go check them out on
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I have 2 dogs and an infant so my house is always a mess it seems. Plus the dogs bring in dirt and end up smelling terrible it seems between walks and playing in the backyard.
My son who of course is crawling around and trying to walk can now knock over plastic cups from the coffee table, climbs on the dogs, and does manage to have accidents that leak from his diaper (pee typically, luckily).
The first product I’ll go over is the fresh pod. We have put this on our trash bin lid and it has helped keep the dirty diaper smell from our kitchen and house. It’s amazing and I don’t need to worry more about bad smells when the trash bin gets opened.
The odor removing spray is GREAT for spraying daily in my house to keep it smelling fantastic! They also have a travel size so you can keep them around your house or buy full size versions for each room and use as needed. It makes my house smell amazing! Doesn’t require much either and the house is smelling good again!
This odor removing candle smells so good. When lit, it smells even better. I highly recommend this to anyone, especially pet owners! Keep t in a safe spot where pets and children cannot reach it or knock it over though.
I’ll be using this odor removing pet shampoo on my two dogs this weekend (or well at least the little one) but it smells phenomenal! The even better side is that it gets rid of odors caused by skunks. How rad is that?!
These items are all HIGHLY RECOMMENDED and I will be sure to continue to purchase and use these items. I love them and I think everyone who comes over appreciates the use of them here so our house smells good all the time.
I have purchased a few bones for my MEGA chewer Kai. She is a German Shepherd and at 9 months she is a destroyer of all the things she can get her mouth on.
To get her to stop chewing everything she shouldn’t we decided we would invest in some chew toys and bones for her. The company we bought from is Petqwerks (@petqwerks on instagram).
Kai’s favorite was the Flavorit Breath Nylon Mint Bone. She couldn’t stop chewing it. We added some peanut butter onto it as well to make it more appealing. She was in heaven with it. It was her favorite new chew toy. It’s super strong and durable. We definitely plan to buy more as she is still teething.
The other item we got was one of their Antler Nylon Chew Dog Toy. I think t was chicken flavor but regardless she was loving it. We gave it to her the next day and she clung to it. Definitely helped her not chew up our furniture and out blankets. It was a great investment and fantastic to redirect her to chew the antler instead of the coffee table.
Later on day 2 and throughout the rest of the week she just kept both her chews from Petqwerks with her.
I would rate the 5 out of 5!
So with winter approaching here currently I’m coming up with ways to keep my pups entertained and thought I would share some with you.
Muffin Tin Treat Search:
Basically this is where you take a 6 or 12 count muffin pan and hide treats in about half of them and cover with tennis balls. You then let your pup sniff them out and move the tennis balls to find their reward (the treat!).
Red Light – Green Light
The version of this for your dog would be to give the command for “let’s go” to move and then “sit” or “down” when you want them to stop. You can do this on or off leash depending on how well they know and obey the command. This helps your dog to learn that while walking when you stop they are required to stop as well.
Hide and Seek
Be sure to keep this simple for your dog at first. This can go a few ways though. You can put your dog in a different room and keep them in a “stay” and when you want them to find you call their name or say “find me”. The other way this can work is to have a friend or family member hold them while you hide and then give the command for them to find you. By keeping it simple I mean hiding behind a curtain, under a blanket with an arm or leg visible, or something similar before making it more difficult for your dog to find you when you hide.
Wait for the TREAT
This is where you get your dog to go to a “sit” or “down” and put a treat on their head, about, or foot and make them wait until you give them the command to get it. It keeps them from moving but also takes time for them to learn. Don’t make your dog hold the treat for more than about .5-1 second at first and as they learn that you can grow the time that they must wait for the treat.
Okay so this isn’t so much of a game as it is a training tool. This is helpful for dogs who don’t like baths (my dog simply HATES getting a bath). You get them into the tub and get them to “sit” and “stay” and wait anywhere from 1-10 minutes and then reward them with a treat. Don’t instantly make them wait extended period of times. Slowly build up to it. Get them to understand the water isn’t always going to be turned on or in the tub whenever you do this. It will help them get more comfortable being in the tub for a bath.
I hope you enjoy these activities for your dog indoor. I’ll be sure to write another article on more ideas and games for your dog to do indoors. Whether it’s too hot or too cold outside your dog requires mental and physical stimulation.
Bones and chew toys are good ways to keep your dog from also chewing anything inside they shouldn’t be. They usually chew stuff they shouldn’t due to boredom or not having their own toy to chew.
Have an idea of your own? Mention it in the comments!