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This time Lucy, our Boston Terrier, was most excited…she got a big box full of Purina® Beyond Dog Snacks, perfect timing for her birthday!
It wasn’t just ONE bag of treats, she got FIVE FULL SIZE bags, plus a variety of 13 coupons for other products in this line!
The first thing I did when I went through our box of goodies was to read the ingredients list. I wouldn’t say I’m SUPER picky, but I do think it’s important to feed our dog quality foods without a lot of filler…she’s part of the family too, and I
make encourage my human kids to eat healthy, nutritious foods. =)
Lucy was quite interested in her box of goodies, and very excited to try some new treats.
She snatched them out of my hands and took off so fast I couldn’t even get a clear photo!
First she tried the All Natural Biscuits – Salmon & Oats Recipe. She sniffed at it a bit before trying, then gobbled it up. Next up was the White Meat Chicken Cutlets. It says you can tear into pieces for little dogs but she didn’t seem to have any trouble making it disappear.
As much as Lucy would love to taste test all the flavors I’m going to wait and let her try more another day.
- All Natural Biscuits (Salmon & Oats Recipe) – Lucy was iffy at first, but came back to make sure she didn’t leave any crumbs.
- All Natural Biscuits (Chicken & Barley) – She’s a fan!
- White Meat Chicken Cutlets – Two paw up!
- All Natural Jerky Strips (Chicken & Apple) – Lucy ran off with this treat and quickly came back for seconds (which she was denied…moderation!)
- All Natural Jerky Strips (Chicken & Carrots) – I think she inhaled this one!
(I have started to break the jerky strips into 2-3 pieces because she eats them so fast!)
I am a long time fan of Hills Science Diet dog food and Greenies (we actually get both via Amazon Subscribe & Save), but I’m happy to try this new brand, (especially since we have a variety of treats to try, as well as a coupon for a free 4 lb bag of dog food!) and maybe add it to the rotation.
I haven’t looked for these in the store yet, but a quick search indicates Target has 9oz bags of the jerky treats for about $13, bagged dog food in various sizes (4lbs/$10, 15lbs/$28, 24lbs $40), and cans and pouches for about $2 each. Looks like Amazon Prime members can get the same products delivered to their door for similar prices. If I didn’t have coupons I would very likely order online.
These products are definitely not a bargain brand, they’re actually a bit more than what we spend on the Hills Science Diet dog food and Greenies, but even our vet can tell when we feed our pets quality food. Lucy has always eaten Science Diet, but long before her I had 3 little dogs who would leave LOTS of um, “messes” in the yard before they ate quality dog food. (It’s amazing how much they poop when they eat a bunch of filler!) So, that alone was worth paying a little more for food. Plus, I feel better knowing my dog is eating nutritious food.
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