Pull ‘n Play Cat Treat Toy

A couple of weeks ago my humans found a coupon in the Sunday paper for $2.00 off this Play Pack from Friskies. We all decided we need to spoil Callie the Cat a little and see if she would play with it.

Once we got it home from the pet store we started to open up the packaging. Surprising Callie came running into the room. Not only does this toy hold treats inside, but you also place edible sting in the top of the toy. If you get this Play Pack everything you need is included.

Right away Callie attack the edible strings and gobbled them up. Check out that tongue!

After the edible string was gone, she started smelling the treats through the hole in the side of the toy. Not long after that she got the hang of batting the toy around for the treats to fall out.
Callie loved this interactive treat dispenser! Now, anytime my humans touch this toy she comes running and starts meowing obnoxiously! I guess you can teach an old cat new tricks!
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Ice Cream Social

Guess who I met up with recently??? That’s right Emma and Bailie from My GBGV Life! We met up at a local dog park where Emma asked me to help her taste test some ice cream treats with her and her sister.

While their mom was setting things up, we stayed in the shade and supervised. Nothing is worse then being all sweaty for a photo shoot. 

It was so much fun to see Emma and her mom at work. I got some great tips and tricks to make my pictures even better.

Finally it was time to the taste test. The girls let me try the peanut butter and cheese flavored ice cream. While they sampled the mint flavored ice cream. Boy oh boy, the ice cream is so yummy. But I think I ate it too fast, now I have a brain freeze.
Emma ate every last drop and when we all were not looking she tried to steal a bite of Bailie’s.
For a spunky young lady I was thinking Bailie would gobble her ice cream right up. But nope, she ate it with elegance and grace, savoring each and every bite. 

I would like to thank Emma, Bailie and their mom for a wonderful ice cream social. It was a hot, humid day here in Minnesota and the ice cream sure hit the spot! These two sure know how to win my heart over, through my stomach. 

You can learn more about My GBGV Life and Dogsters on their websites.

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Caru’s Soft ‘n Tasty Baked Bite Review

Today’s tasty Tuesday I’m introducing you to Caru’s Soft ‘n Tasty Baked Bites.

Caru’s Soft n’ Tasty Baked Bites come in three different flavors to choose from: Venison Recipe, Salmon Recipe, and Lamb Recipe. 

I was excited to sample their salmon recipe. These tasty treats are just the right size for medium to big dogs. They are also nice and soft for you to break in half for smaller dogs.

Lets learn more about Caru’s Baked Bites:
*Made with real salmon, blueberries and cranberries
*Carefully selected ingredients
*Grain, gluten and wheat free
*No GMO ingredients
*No corn, soy or animal by-products
*Made in the USA from a family-owned company
*Formulated without artificial preservatives, flavors or colors
*Ideal for dogs with food allergies

This treat comes in a 4 oz resealable bag and cost about $7.99.
After taste testing this product, I give it 4 Paws Up!
Not only were they full of flavor and chewy. My humans love that they have few ingredients and are grain free.

To learn more about Caru, Baked Bites, and their other products check them out here:
*With any treat, chew, food or toy make sure you supervise your pet.
*Spencer the Goldendoodle was given this product for the sole purpose of this review. All options are our own and no other compensation was given for this review.
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Kol’s Notes and Sugar the Golden Retriever

July’s Pet Gift Box

I’m excited to share with you the Pet Gift Box, July’s subscription. Each month Pet Gift Box has a theme and July’s theme was “Bark-B-Que.”

I decided to pull out the ol’ grill and present this box properly. I placed the meat on the grill and will let you know when they are done. In the mean time lets look at what else came in the box.

What’s a Bark-B-Que with out condiments.
From Petchup we have:
Bark B-Q

These condiments are great to put on your dog’s food to add a little extra favor.

As appetizers we have Nathan’s Famous Treats and Grill-icious Chicken Treats. These two treats are delicious and are proudly made in the US. 

Just a little bit longer…..

They are finally ready!

Let me introduce you to the main course: BurgerBuddy, Sausage Rope Toy, or Hot Off The Grill Toy. The best part of all three of these toys, they all have amazingly loud squeakers!

Which one should I dive into first???

If you would love to subscribe to the Pet Gift Box, click this LINK and save $5 on your first box!

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Barkworthies Bully Sticks Review

Today I’m sharing with you Barkworthies Bully Sticks. 

Lets look at this treat in detail:
*Come in sizes for big dogs, little dogs, and dogs in between.
*They come in different shapes and textures that promote good dental health.
*Ingredient: Beef Pizzle – free-range, grass-fed cattle
*100% Digestible
*Natural Flavor
*Low in Fat, High in Protein
*Made in the USA
*Odor Free
This treat made it hard for me to wait patiently for my mom to take pictures. As you can tell in the picture above, I was giving my mom the “puppy eyes” for her to hurry up.

When it was finally time to sink my teeth into this treat I went to town. In the photos I wanted to show the different stages it took for me to eat this treat. I’m an aggressive chewer and I was able to consume this entire 6 inch treat in about 5 minutes. My mom got worried that I was going to chock on the this treat when it got small (last picture below) that she ended up throwing out the last little bit.

I would give this product 2 paws up.

I loved that this Bully Stick is made in the U.S. with limited ingredients and promotes good dental health. However, there was a risk of chocking at the end of this treat.

To learn more about Barkworthies and the other products they offer, visit them on any of these sites: 

Today I’m joining the Tasty Tuesday Blog Hop hosted by:
Kol’s Notes and 
Sugar the Golden Retriever

*With any treat, chew, food or toy make sure you supervise your pet.
*Spencer the Goldendoodle was given this product for the sole purpose of this review. All options are our own and no other compensation was given for this review.