Blue Buffalo Boo Bars

Halloween is right around the corner! Does your dog have a costume yet?

Teton will probably just rock one of his Halloween bandanas this year. He isn’t big on costumes. đŸ˜‰

What he is big on, however, are Halloween treats.


This month he’s been snacking on Blue Buffalo’s limited edition Boo Bars, which are made with some wonderfully basic Fall flavors like pumpkin and cinnamon.


“So good, it’s like Mummy made them.”

I mean…


These two chuckleheads love them.

Boo Bars are made in the USA and have a hearty ingredient list that includes oatmeal, pumpkin, carrots, flaxseed and cinnamon. They smell great and they’re adorable.


One thing I really appreciate about Boo Bars is that, while they are crunchy, they aren’t so crunchy to the point that it sounds like Teton’s teeth are breaking or it’s hard for him to chew them.

All of the dogs in my family love them – Teton, Milo, Henley, and Basil! 4 paws up! Or, wait…16 paws up! đŸ˜€

If you’re looking for a fun little Halloween treat for your dog, check out Blue Buffalo Boo Bars on They’re on sale for under $3!


Happy tails…


Blue Buffalo’s Earth’s Essentials Apple Orchard Clusters

Friday! What’s up, friends? I hope you have some fun plans for the weekend and that you keep enjoying the summer weather as long as we have it!

Yesterday, I did a special thing.


I got a little t on my arm for my Little T. ♥

I’d been wanting to get it for a while now but have been feeling all squishy and sappy lately about Teton and how much I love him, so I figured, why not now? I wish I’d been at the tattoo shop for longer because it’s pretty fun to walk out with a big piece of art on your body, but I love my little t and every time I look at it I feel my heart smile.

Last month’s treat from was Blue Buffalo’s Earth’s Essentials Apple Orchard Clusters Cranberry Crunch Recipe.


Blue Buffalo has a good reputation and Teton has had a number of their treats in the past. Most of the treats we’ve tried from Blue Buffalo’s line are meat-based and Teton has loved them. These treats are made with just a handful of ingredients (none of which are meat) and as far as I’m concerned, they may as well be for humans.


Naturally, Teton was excited to give these a try when I opened the bag (he’s no dummy). I actually tried one first since they’re basically little pieces of granola.


They’re pretty good.

To me.

Teton, on the other hand, wouldn’t even entertain them. He sniffed them and then walked away. I tried a few times (on different days, even!) to get him to at least take one, but…nope!


My sister’s puppy, Basil, took one for the team. Well, ok, he took the whole bag for the team. Because he’s the only dog out of all the dogs in my family who would eat these.

Kind of a bummer since the ingredient list is so legit! Oh, well. You can’t win ’em all.


Good boy, Basil.

I recommend Blue Buffalo’s Earth’s Essentials Apple Orchard Clusters Cranberry Crunch RecipeBlue Buffalo’s Earth’s Essentials Apple Orchard Clusters Cranberry Crunch Recipe if you have a dog that loves fruit and crunchy treats. If you’re not sure, opt for a treat that’s nice and meaty. đŸ˜‰

Happy tails…



Blue Buffalo Dental Bones

Did you know that February is National Pet Dental Health Month?

There are a number of ways to care for your dog’s teeth and gums. For some dogs, physically brushing their teeth (with a yummy chicken-flavored toothpaste, perhaps) may be the way to go. For others, like Teton, raw bones are a great option. And if you’re somewhere in between, you may opt to give your dog dental bones.

We received a bag of Blue Buffalo Dental Bones from our pals at earlier this month to try out.


These bones come in four different sizes – Mini, Small, Regular, and Large. The size you feed your dog depends on his or her size. There are even some options for puppies!

Made of ingredients like flaxseed, carrots, blueberries, and parsley, each Blue Buffalo Dental Bone is designed to clean your dog’s teeth as they chew on it and to freshen their breath.


Teton loves ’em.


Many varieties of dental bones are on sale now at so if you want to start adding them to your dog’s diet, check out this link and snag a bag or two.


What’s your dog’s favorite way to have his/her teeth cleaned?

Happy tails…

Disclaimer: Her Dog Blog was sent this product in exchange for our honest review and no compensation other than the product was received.

Blue Buffalo Kitchen Cravings Savory Sizzlers

Happy Saturday!

Teton in the Snow

A few weekends ago we went snowshoeing and my husband took this picture of Teton. It reminds me of movie poster or something. Adorable and creepy and mysterious all at the same time. đŸ™‚

This week and last Teton has been mowing down Blue Buffalo’s Kitchen Cravings Savory Sizzlers.

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Our pals at sent them our way and I’m almost 100% positive that Teton could smell them through the bag and the box they came in.

The minute I opened the bag, they reminded me of Beggin’ Strips. But these treats from Blue Buffalo are so, so much better.

Here’s what they look like up close.

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That’s one piece ripped into three smaller pieces, which makes this a great treat for big and small dogs alike. Sometimes Teton gets a whole piece to himself and sometimes he splits one with his cousin, Henley Pretzel. Savory Sizzlers are a stronger smelling and softer treat, making them drool-worthy to your dog and easy to chew if you have one with sensitive teeth.

Why would you choose these treats over Beggin’ Strips? I’ll tell you why!

Here is the ingredient list for Blue Buffalo’s Savory Sizzlers.

Deboned Pork, Pearled Barley, Rye, Pea Protein, Potato Protein, Tapioca Starch, Vegetable Glycerin, Cane Molasses, Brown Rice, Brown Sugar, Oatmeal, Gelatin, Canola Oil (source of Omega 6 Fatty Acids), Dried Cultured Skim Milk, Cheese Powder, Bacon Fat, Natural Flavor, Salt, Sunflower Lecithin, Paprika, Potassium Chloride, Carrot, preserved with Citric Acid, Mixed Tocopherols & Oil of Rosemary

And here is the ingredient list for Beggin’ Strips.

Ground wheat, corn gluten meal, wheat flour, water, ground yellow corn, sugar, glycerin, soybean meal, hydrogenated corn syrup, bacon (preserved with sodium nitrite), salt, bacon fat (preserved with BHA and citric acid), meat, phosphoric acid, sorbic acid (a preservative), calcium propionate (a preservative), natural and artificial smoke flavors, red 40, yellow 5, blue 1, yellow 6, added color

I don’t know about you, but I have no clue what red 40, yellow 5, and blue 1 are. And I sure as heck don’t want my dog eating hydrogenated corn syrup if I don’t eat it myself. Also, why is the first ingredient not pork?!?!

If your dog is a fan of jerky-like treats, head over to and snag a bag of these.

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Happy tails…

Disclaimer: Her Dog Blog was sent this product in exchange for our honest review and no compensation other than the product was received.