Sudden urge to watch Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory? You’re welcome for that.
Unlike Voilet Beauregarde, your dog will not turn into a blueberry after eating one of these treats.
You may think they will because of how delectable Fruitable Pumpkin Blueberry treats smell, but I assure you, they won’t.
Why do these treats smell so amazing that I want to shove a handful in my mouth every time I open the bag to give The Little Blogger one? It probably has something to do with the ingredient list.
Ok. I’m sorry. I can’t continue this post without asking if the scene where Augustus Gloop gets sucked up the chocolate tube totally freaked you out as a kid. Because it made me not want chocolate for a very long time.
Good news – no chocolate in Fruitables Pumpkin Blueberry treats! Just pumpkin, oatmeal, potatoes, blueberries, brown sugar, vanilla, and a coupla other things. I tell no lies, people. These treats smell like fresh blueberry muffins. And I don’t know about you, but I love fresh blueberry muffins.
Smell the Fruitables Difference! Literally.
Hey, lady. I will take some of what you’re selling.
Teton loves both pumpkin and blueberries, so I know he’d be nuts for this treat. Pumpkin is good for dogs because it’s full of Beta-Carotene, is fiber-rich, and has a bunch of antioxidants. Blueberries are also high in antioxidants, are fiber-rich, and are a great source of vitamin C.
Teton had a handful of blueberries in his dinner tonight. Yum!
We like these Fruitable treats because they are small (only 9 calories per treat!),
they are packed with nutrients,
they are cheap ($4.50 for a 7oz bag!),
and they are delicious!
I’m not telling whether I can speak from experience.
Check out all of the Fruitables treat flavors on their website.
Now, get outta here you crazy kids. See you on Thursday.