Original Source: http://sandyrobinsonline.com/2018/02/loving-pet-houndations-treats/
Let me share some outstanding things about cats which I came across from the internet that you should read.
It is actually from one of the very best cat blogs on the internet.
It’s really difficult to review treats because some dogs are not discerning and will eat anything including the packaging. Pixel is just the the opposite; she does not like many treats, especially dry ones, but she likes these soft chews – particularly the Lamb flavor.
For me, it matters that they are made in the USA with all-natural ingredients. These soft chews are also grain, wheat, gluten and corn free. They are available in five flavors — beef, chicken, lamb, duck and salmon. They are the ideal size for little dogs like her and also perfect as a training treat.
There are lots of treats on the shelf but what made them stand out for me as the pet parent with the purse is the smart packaging; the treats come in a rugged resealable bag which really maintains freshness and has a carabiner clip at the top – perfect for taking these treats on the go. It’s simply a matter of clipping them on to bag handle, to the stroller, or even my belt loop, so they can go anywhere Pixel goes!
The Must Have Stamp of Approval is based on my personal opinion and the test experiences of the Reigning Cats and Dogs product testers as well as my personal knowledge of the product category. The Must Have Stamp of Approval is designed to advise pet parents on products that will in some way improve their pet’s health and well being, or, their own experiences as a pet parent.
Manufacturers are welcome to submit information and samples of new and innovative products for testing. The product testing team consists of dogs and cats of different temperaments and activity levels etc in an attempt to cover a lot of bases and produce worthwhile reviews. The team loves what they do and get to keep the products so they can show off to their friends and further spread the word.
I hope you found that was as useful as I thought it was