Did you see my recent Instagram of the necklace my sister made for me?
Crafty, ain’t she?
She also made Teton this bandana a few weeks ago.
Zap! Pow! Zoom! Captain Fuzzy Butt to the rescue!
Teton’s got this thing for freeze-dried treats. His first exposure to them was when Chewy.com sent us Orijen free-range bison treats. Then, a few weeks ago, we were lucky enough to receive another freeze-dried treat to test and review, Halo Liv-A-Littles!
Halo has a ton of great products ranging from treats to canned food to dry food to supplements. And, holy crap, Ellen is a co-owner. I’m sold!
Ok, but seriously. This is good stuff.
You know I love a short ingredient list.
There’s something to this whole freeze-dried thing. Teton can smell freeze-dried treats from a mile away and is glued to my side drooling for as long as it takes me to give him
one two. 😉
I love that these treats are versatile. Yep, I went there. Who says treats can’t be versatile?
You can feed Halo Liv-A-Littles as-is, you can break them up into tiny training treats, you can put them in an interactive treat-toy, or you can easily break them into smaller shredded pieces and sprinkle them on top of your dog’s dry food.
Doesn’t it look like freshly cooked shredded chicken? (Teton picked all the Liv-A-Littles out and ate them first before eating his dry food.)
Liv-A-Littles come in three flavors – Chicken Breast, Wild Salmon, and Beef. We received the chicken from Chewy.com but I can pretty much guarantee that Teton would love all of the flavors.
Teton is a great chewer, but it’s on a whole different level with these treats.
Halo Liv-A-Littles are on sale at Chewy.com now so grab yourself a container or two.
Added bonus? If you have a cat they can eat Liv-A-Littles, too!
Thanks to Chewy.com for another great product review opportunity!