Monday, January 9, 2012

Restocking the Milk-Bone® Treats - #CBias #iLoveMyK9

The New Year has a house divided here on The Avenue.  Two of us are watching what we eat and two aren't.  Whynot and I have decided to cut back on the treats and snacks a little.  But Bella and Gracy, well the poor girls' treat container was just about empty.


Just look at those sad eyes.  Poor deprived pups!  Cheer up girls, Mama's on the way to Walmart to make it all better.  While I'm there I'm going to pick up a few extra treats for another lucky pup who is getting a permanent home this week.  I have a soft spot in my heart for shelter pups.  Bella was a shelter pup and January 2 was the 2nd anniversary of her Gotcha Day.  And Gracy was living on the streets until one of Whynot's customers took her into his shop but couldn't keep her.  So Whynot put her in a pumpkin shell....wait no, not at all...he sent me a picture and I said ok, fine what's one more?  So naturally, when I hear someone is saving another pup I get all warm and fuzzy and ohhhh another puppy, awww, nom nom nom, gootchie goo and all sort of other nonsensical gobbly gook.  It's exactly the same reaction I have when baby is born.  I just can't resist the cuteness!

Sorry I was distracted...

Luckily Walmart isn't far and I headed straight to the Pet Center.

I had no trouble locating the Milk-Bone® Treats.  The Pup-Peroni and Milo’s Kitchen dog treats were nearby as well.  Bella and Gracy really seem to enjoy the Original Dog Treats, but this time for a little change I also picked up the bone shaped variety pack.

 They've never sampled the Pup-Peroni and I thought they might like the bacon flavored treats.

 We've also never tried Milo's Kitchen and to be completely honest, I'd never heard of them before.  They looked interesting and the price was reasonable, so I tossed a few bags into the cart as well.

Enough for Bella and Gracy and some extra to share!

Here's a close up, in case you're not familiar with these dog treats.  I think that the original are the perfect size for little dogs.  I just have to mention TREAT and they come running.  It's a great bribe for when they aren't listening well and won't come in from outside.

The variety pack comes in 5 meaty flavors that I can easily break in half.  Doxie's are chow hounds and can easily become overweight, so I really try not to over feed them.  The Pup-Peroni sticks can be cut up with utility scissors, to make tiny bite sized pieces.

 The Milo's Kitchen Chicken Meatballs look like human food!  They can also be broken up easily, as they are a moist treat.  The smell drove Bella and Gracy absolutely crazy!

 Our treat jar is refilled and the girls are happy once again.

For more shoppertunity photos, please stop by my Google + story and check back soon for the second half of my #CBias #iLoveMyK9 blog post and our visit with Penny.

Register for the Twitter party scheduled for Jan 12 for tips and tric ks for training your pet, there'll be lots of prizes as well.

Disclaimer:  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias.  All opinions and photos are my own. #CBias #ILoveMyk9
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4 comments: said...

See? This is the stuff I need to read now. My own little shelter pup is staring at me, head tilted, wondering what is so interesting on the internet that I'm not playing with her. :)

Liz Mays said...

Wow, you are TOTALLY stocked up!

okcmomto3 said...

I love your jar for the treats! Looks like your dogs are going to be fully stocked for awhile on treats!


Beau, the puppy mill lil tragedy that hooked my heart, is now 22 pounds - up from the original 6. Having reached starvation level, I thought he would eat every dog food in the store. But due to the feeding conditioning he had for three years of his life, he will only eat BEGGIN STRIPS. Not a healthy diet, but he's enjoyed a happy life for two years on it.

If I was younger, my house would be a 'no kill' haven for every furchild I could find.

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