This October was sort of slow compared to last year. We didn’t get a chance to carve pumpkins from my cousins pumpkin patch because he had so many that were damaged in the late summer storm. That meant we could not make a lot of homemade pumpkin seeds. We did buy 2 pumpkins and painted them. We’ll gut those and roast the seeds so my father-in-law can expect them in his Christmas basket this year. Mr. Yum is working a lot of weekends and since that is our only time with kiddo, our October activities have been limited. We did make it out to a new corn maze at Johnson’s Giant Pumpkin Patch and that was a lot of fun.
Tink and Casey have costumes, but I haven’t bothered to drag them out. BOO!
But, they still want to wish you all a Happy Halloween and tell you about their new favorite treat. Chewy has been a staple in our life for a while now. We have been a part of their blogger program for year(s) now and always appreciate it when they send us goodies to try. I was really excited about this months picks because a pumpkin treat was one of them. Grandma Lucy’s Organic Pumpkin Oven Baked Dog Treats are everything you could hope for in a dog treat and then some.
When I picked up the bag after opening the shipping box, these two couldn’t get in the kitchen fast enough.
And when I opened the bag I have to tell you I was a bit jelous. These little teddy bear shaped snacks smelled all pumpkiny ah-maze-ing.
Casey was thrilled. They were a little small for her so she got a few extras.
These organic pumpkin treats were the perfect size for Tink.
The smell was so amazing that even Ziggy wanted in on the action. Even though they are made for dogs, looking at the ingredients it is easy to see that there isn’t really anything in there that will hurt him. These Grandma Lucy organic pumpkin treats contain all human food and spices. No by-products or artificial garbage.
He had to eat on the table so the doggies wouldn’t take his precious treat away.
I was so thrilled that they were made out of pet-friendly human food – not to mention they smelled delicious that I had to break down and nibble one for myself.
Yes, people. I tried a pumpkin dog treat. I am telling you, I have no shame when it comes to pumpkin goodies this time of year.
Don’t act like you haven’t tried something strange! 😉 Go ahead, tell me about it.
Disclosure: We received these treats from Chewy for free in exchange for our honest review. We were not compensated for this review and all opinions on the product are 100% my own.
Masshole Mommy says
They are so cute!! I wish I could dress up my dog, but he’s such a spaz and that’s never gonna happen. Lol.
I haven’t really been able to find much to fit Casey as she is so boxy shaped. So she gets bows and bandanas. She seems ok with that. Tink has a Wonder Woman costume she got for Christmas to wear this year. She was Captain America the first year we had her. The WW costume is a grow-with-me type as the Etsy lady made it so that there were extra seems you could let out. She does pretty good with clothes. Shes only 2 and we’ve been putting them on her since she was a baby so I guess she is used to them.
Betsy Mitchell says
I havent tried dog treats before but some of them LOOK soo good that its hard not to. Happy Halloween!
I think if they had stuff in them I had no idea about I would not have. But these were all people food.
I have totally tried food like this! haha My dogs would love them and pumpkin is so good for them! I will have to look for these too.
Tink and Casey are adorable! It looks like all your pets were excited about these!
Debbie Denny says
Adorable crew. They are so cute. Looks like they liked them.
I second anything with pumpkin spice! Escargot is the strangest I’ve tried, and that was not a pleasant experience!
Your dogs are so cute! I’ve not eaten any pet treats, but I’ve been tempted to try some of the all natural ones. The ingredients are familiar, so why not? 😉
I love your honesty-you actually ate one. I guess because it’s all human-food and of course, pumpkin. Still, you are brave. These treats look perfect for our pets.
Debbie L. says
Kinger loves Grandma Lucy’s treats. They do smell tasty. I have never given them a try – thanks for the smiles – when I read you tasted the treats 🙂
Amy @ Marvelous Mommy says
Oh goodness! Such cute puppies! We are getting a new pup in the next few weeks!
Aw how cute! Happy Halloween!!! They are adorable!
They’re just as cute as can be!!
And now you’ve got me wondering how long roasted pumpkin seeds last. I love those things!
I haven’t tried anything that crazy but I’m glad to know they were safe for you. It must be great to know you’re feeding them things that are safe enough for you to eat too..
Carly Anderson says
Oh my gosh, your dogs are absolutely ADORABLE! And your kitty, of course, too. 🙂
I’m not really a big pumpkin flavor eater, but I do love pumpkin seeds. And… how cute are those dogs?
Awwwwww! Your furry kids are so cute!! I have 2 spoiled dogs–they would probably love these treats.
Liz Mays says
Based on how they looked, I would have been tempted too. Happy Halloween back at your Tink and Casey!
Krystal's Kitsch says
Haha I can’t believe you tried it! 😉 Though some dog treats are fine for humans. I remember being a kid and there were “pup”corn treats that smelled like popcorn. Never tried them but a friend did!
I love your dogs’ picture! Organic and pumpkin for dog treats are too cute for this time of year!
Christina S says
So cute! They look just like little teddy grahams! I’m a fall foodie fan too!
Ann Bacciaglia says
Your puppies are so adorable. People always find it strange that i dip my cheese into fancy molasses.