Tylee’s Pork Jerky

Over the last few weeks, Teton has been enjoying a new treat that has quickly become a favorite.

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Chewy.com sent over a bag of Tylee’s Human-Grade Pork Jerky and trust me when I say that Teton’s ears perk up when I grab the bag.

Tylee has three types of human-grade jerky and each variety is made with just one ingredient – pork, chicken, or turkey.

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Tylee’s jerky treats come in 8-ounce bags which are pretty hefty. We’re not even 1/3 of the way through the bag and Teton gets a chunk of jerky at least once a day.

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Tylee’s jerky comes in a variety of sizes but you can also pretty easily rip larger pieces into smaller ones if you have a little bitty dog or one whose weight you’re watching.

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Some people balk a bit at the price tag on good quality jerky, but Tylee’s will run you under $13 a bag on Chewy.com and for the size of these bags and quality of the jerky, itself, that is very reasonable.

Once this bag runs out, we’ll likely be buying more from our buddies at Chewy.

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.

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Natural Balance Wild Pursuit Dog Treats

Happy Sunday!

Happy Sunday

Teton had quite the social calendar this weekend, so both he and I are looking forward to a lazy Sunday. đŸ˜‰ He’ll be snoozin’ all day and I’ll be doing my typical Sunday things…laundry, cleaning, and cooking. It’s actually usually a pretty relaxing day for me.

All week long Teton (and his pals) have been munching on these new treats that Chewy.com hooked us up with.

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These are Natural Balance’s new Wild Pursuit treats. We got the lamb lung variety but they are also available in venison lung. Made with just one ingredient – lamb lung – these treats are grain-free, full of protein, and extra crunchy. They also smell just plain awful which makes them very, very tasty for your dog.

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Both the venison and lamb lung varieties are available in a 2.5-oz bag and are on sale for $6.69 on Chewy.com. Teton has been getting 1-2 of these little nuggets a day and we have a lot of life left in our bag!

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More, please?

Check these out if your dog likes dehydrated treats! They’re a great option.

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.

The Honest Kitchen’s Bone Broth

Happy Monday!

I made bone broth once. Not gonna lie, it made me feel pretty hardcore. I brought it to work and drank it for a snack. Yeah, never going to do that again. I felt like I needed a shower afterwards and I’m 92% sure I smelled like a barn when I was done drinking it.

Who wouldn’t care if they felt like they needed a shower after eating something or if they smelled like a barn? Your dog, of course!

It never even occurred to me to give The Little Blogger Dude (Teton) bone broth, but when Chewy.com offered me a sample this month I thought, well, sure! That makes sense!

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Meet The Honest Kitchen’s Bone Broth. đŸ™‚

“They” say that bone broth is good for the gut because of the gelatin in it. Additionally, it’s loaded with glucosamine so it’s beneficial for joints. Bone broth also supports the immune system.

The Honest Kitchen’s Bone Broth has turmeric in it. Turmeric is all the rage lately for us humans, but for many of the same reasons, it’s great for dogs and cats. Turmeric helps the heart by lowering bad cholesterol and by helping to thin the blood. It also helps the liver metabolize fat and is considered to have cancer fighting properties.

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This 5-ounce tin will make roughly 10 cups of broth for your dog or cat. Making it is super simple…

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Inside each tin is a bunch of powder, which is the dehydrated broth and some other good stuff.

 

I grabbed a mason jar and measuring spoons to start.

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Then I filled the mason jar with hot (not boiling) water and scooped a tablespoon of the powder into it.

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After that, I whisked the powder up with a fork until it looked about like this:

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And I poured it into Teton’s bowl.

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Teton didn’t get it at first.

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But then he lapped it right up. đŸ˜‰

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While this tin makes 10 cups, I doubt we’ll go through it too fast because I plan on just using this as a supplement for Teton, rather than giving it to him every day. He gets a raw bone for dinner twice a week so this is the perfect addition to his dinner on those evenings.

The Honest Kitchen’s Bone Broth is definitely different but I love how many benefits it boasts for Teton. If you’re looking for something new to infuse into your dog’s diet, give it a try!

Thanks to Chewy.com for letting us test this one out.

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.

The Honest Kitchen’s Haddock Filets

Hello! Happy Weekend.

Teton was lucky enough to receive two treats from his pals over at Chewy.com this month. Today I’ll tell you about the first and next week I’ll post about the second. (We sure do love Chewy.com and their treat and food offers each month. Thanks, Chewy!)

But first, a photo of Teton. (In case you forgot what he looks like since it’s been 12 years since I posted.) đŸ˜‰

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“No dogs in the front seat.” Riiiiiight. And then, after he jumps up, I turn the butt warmer on for him.

Dehydrated treats are on of Teton’s favorites. We’ve tried a lot – he doesn’t discriminate. I wonder if they smell smellier and more amazing to dogs because of the way they’re dried…

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One brand of the many that Chewy.com carries, called The Honest Kitchen, has a line of dehydrated treats that you can feed both you dog and cat. So, that’s pretty sweet.

Teton received a box of the Pure Icelandic Haddock Filets. Mmmmm. Haddock.

This is our favorite kind of treat because it has one single ingredient: dehydrated haddock.

You can’t really go wrong with just one ingredient. Unless it’s the sug or something.

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The Honest Kitchen‘s haddock filets come in portions that are about the length of a fruit leather strip. (Remember fruit leather? Awesome.) They’re much thicker than fruit leather, though. You can very easily break off a piece or two from a portion of the haddock and use it as a training treat and just as easily leave it in tact as a single serving for a larger dog.

One thing I really like about these treats is that they come in a resealable plastic bag, so I know that as long as I don’t forget to seal it right, they won’t go stale. Seemingly little things make a big difference, right?

Teton’s sniffer goes crazy when I open the bag of these haddock treats. I don’t know that he’s ever had haddock – maybe that’s why? Either way, I love that they have one single ingredient, are easy to feed, and are unique in their flavor to keep things interesting for Captain Fuzzy Butt. đŸ™‚

Check out Chewy.com’s entire assortment of The Honest Kitchen here (they even have dehydrated dog and cat food) and their line of dehydrated treats here.

One last thing…

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Dogs are the best.

Happy tails…

P.S. I’m using the new editor with WordPress so bear with me if things look wonky for a bit while I get it figured out!