Your pets have to eat, too. Right? For us, Chewy comes to visit us at least once a month. We’ve been a part of their blogger review program since I launched Cains Tales. Sadly, he passed away in 2012 and even though we now have little Tink, the website just doesn’t seem the same. Chewy has been nice enough to continue sponsorship as I bring my pets here. It only makes sense that they are here as they are very much a part of my life in and out of the kitchen. I gave them a nice YUMeating introduction in the Christmas Pickle Disaster post.
Today Casey and Tink are going to pass along their reviews on The Honest Kitchen Duck & Cherry flavored dog treats. They call these Nuzzles. Cute, huh? Tink and Casey are pretty cute too 😉
As you can see they certainly have Casey and Tink’s attention. I pulled these out of the box and was tickled to death that they were heart-shaped. So cute. And I can tell that Casey and Tink want me to hurry and get them into their mouths as quickly as possible.
Each treat is wheat-free and only 2.3 calories which is perfect for Casey.
Sometimes it can be difficult looking for treats for them to share because of their different sizes. These were a nice size for Tink. She was able to carry it off in her mouth with no problem and Casey still had enough size to hers that she was able to crunch instead of swallowing it whole. I gave her a couple extra since she is bigger.
Eventually Tink realized Casey was getting more than her and had to rush over to get in on the action.
But then Ziggy had to come over and see what the fuss was all about. I tried to feed him one but he turned his nose up at it. Tink snagged it and ran away. His loss I guess.
I’d say for the way the followed me around the house the rest of the day The Honest Kitchen Nuzzles Duck & Cherry Recipe Dog Treats were a success.
The Honest Kitchen is a company wasn’t a company I had heard of prior to the testing. Chewy had sent me some information and I was extremely impressed. Chewy has a lot of great brands that I am proud to be associated with. The Honest Kitchen creates human-grade pet foods from the most pristine, human-edible healthy produce and meats available. Their recipes are 100% natural and gently dehydrated, not extruded. This is a huge thing for me because Casey, as do many boxers, suffers from sensitive stomach issues so I have to be very careful about what I feed her or I will be up all night with a dog outside.
No one wants to deal with that in Michigan winters.
If you have a pet with sensitive stomach and are looking for a holiday treat for under the tree, these would be perfect. Who could resist that cute heart-shaped biscuit?
Disclaimer : I received this product for free from Chewy as part of their blogger review program. I was not required to write an honest review and this is not a paid sponsorship. All opinions are 100% my own.