Nom nom nom…
That’s what Teton has been doing all week since we received a box of Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost Minis from Chewy.com.
Nature’s Variety is based in St. Louis, Missouri and offers an assortment of food and treats for both dogs and cats. All Nature’s Variety treats are crafted with natural, healthy ingredients and are free of wheat, corn, soy, and nasty chemicals.
Chewy.com sent Teton a box of Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost Minis in the duck formula.
I think freeze dried treats are the bees knees and as far as I can tell Teton does, too. They’re this great combination of soft yet crunchy and I think the freeze drying process locks in the flavor because Teton and the other dogs I’m around on a weekly basis go more nuts for freeze dried treats than they do for other types.
I love the ingredient list in this treat. Meat, fruits, veggies, and herbs. BOOM.
Treats don’t have to be complicated!
The primary thing I love about this treat (and the main reason I’ll be buying more once we run out) is its size.
These things are itty bitty and I love that! As you can imagine, Teton has access to a lot of treats so we have to be very careful about how much he gets on a daily basis. Most of my favorite treats are small because they’re great for every day rewards and training. The Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost Minis are no exception.
Another awesome thing about this treat? Resealable bag. Why haven’t more companies done that?
Here’s Teton while I took photos for tonight’s post…
…note whisker drool.
Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost Minis come in two flavors – duck and chicken – and are on sale at Chewy.com for $8.99.
Chewy.com ships lightning fast and shipping is on them for orders of $49 or more. They have a great assortment of food and treats but also of collars and leashes, toys, and grooming supplies. Check them out – I’m willing to bet they carry your dog’s favorite things! 🙂
Thanks to Chewy.com for our latest goodie.