Nulo Freestyle Grain-Free Beef Recipe with Coconut Jerky Dog Treats

Hello, again.

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(More on this incredible thing in an upcoming post.)

Teton and I wanted to pop in to tell you about a treat we’re about to rip open.

Yep, Chewy sent us another bag of Nulo Freestyle treats. This time, in the Grain-Free Beef Recipe with Coconut!

Nulo Freestyle Beef Jerky

We hope this jerky is as good as the jerky we’ve polished off over the last few weeks.

Check out Nulo’s entire line of food and treats on Chewy.com here.

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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Nulo Freestyle Grain-Free Duck Recipe with Plum Jerky Dog Treats

Hey.

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I’ve been curious about the Nulo brand since I first heard about it on social media a few years ago. Some of the athletes I followed at the time posted about it, but I’m pretty sure when they first launched, Nulo only had a line of dry kibble. Teton had been through a range of foods so I wasn’t interested, but now that they have a line of treats, well, say no more!

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Chewy.com sent us a bag of Nulo’s Freestyle Grain-Free Duck Recipe with Plum Jerky treats earlier this month. These treats are made in the USA and slow-cooked in a smokehouse so your dog’s sniffer will go a mile a minute when you tear open the bag.

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Speaking of tearing open the bag, one mind-blowing feature that Nulo has going for them is the use of a Velcro-like material to seal their bags. With this feature, you won’t run the risk of not zipping it tight and causing the treats to get stale. Plus, it’s fun to open and close! (I’m easily amused, apparently.)

The Freestyle Grain-Free Duck Recipe with Plum Jerky treat variety is made with a limited ingredient list that I love. Here are the three main ingredients:

  • Duck
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Plums

And one of the coolest ingredients of all is Nulo’s patented BC30 probiotic, Dried Bacillus coagulans Fermentation Product. You got all that, right? 😉

Essentially, this BC30 probiotic is is a strain the supports your dog’s gut.

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The older Teton gets, the more I notice he prefers soft treats and/or treats that are only slightly crunchy. The Nulo Freestyle treat line (spoiler alert – they have other varieties!) is great because they’re soft and easily torn into the appropriate size for your dog.

Thanks to Chewy.com for another great treat and thanks to Nulo for making treats so those of us that aren’t in the market for new food for our dogs can try out the brand!

Happy tails…

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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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Fruitables Whole Jerky Treats

Throwback!

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Squeeeeeee! ❤

Teton, who is just as adorable now as he was then, has been eating some incredibly pungent treats from the Fruitables brand for the last couple of weeks.

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The Fruitables Whole Jerky Grilled Bison Strips were the first we opened.

I love that these treats are sourced and made in the USA (some companies make their treats in the USA but if you look closely they are sourced from other countries which can be sketchy town).

AND, I love that they’re made of one thing – bison!

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These jerky strips are broken up into a variety of sizes, which is awesome because it means that you don’t have to break them yourself (of course, you can if you want to!) and that you can pick the right size for your dog, specifically.

Teton likes a lot of treats, but you know he is pickier than most! He loves these because they’re extra pungent and very crunchy. In fact, he may have jumped into the air when I dangled these in front of him the other night. 🙂

The second bag of treats we opened were the Fruitables Whole Jerky Bites Alaskan Salmon.

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Equally as pungent (ok, more pungent), these treats are all the same size but are thick and crunchy like the bison strips.

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They’re also made and sourced in the USA and are made of just one ingredient – salmon!

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I really like the entire Fruitables line and I even buy this brand myself, although these two packages were sent to us from our friends at Chewy.com.

Check out their line if you’re looking for something new for your dog. And, don’t forget that Chewy.com has product videos on each individual product page if you want to learn more about a specific item.

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.