Tuesday, April 1, 2014

My Dog Ate It Pet Treats Biscuits Review


 
Charlie recently got some really awesome treats to try from a company called My Dog Ate It and they sent him these awesome biscuits that are fortified with vitamins and minerals! Charlie liked the beige colored biscuits the best with the pinkish one coming in a close second. He didn't care for the green ones, but that's okay, I saved those for my daughter's dog and she ate them up without any problems!
 
 
This is actually what they really look like and they have these cute and funny little labels attached to each biscuit.  All you do is pull a biscuit out of the bag, read the “flavor”, tear off the label and feed the biscuit to your best friend.

Here are some of the labels:
 
*The mailman’s ankles
*The neighbor’s garbage
*Tonight’s dessert

I love that they put them in a simple brown paper bag much like those that we sometimes take to work or school to eat our lunch. I also like the fact that these treats are made right here in the U.S. You can dispose of the label in the garbage because they have used PCF process chlorine free paper and nontoxic vegetable based ink for the labels…just in case your treasure hunter finds the unsecured treasure before he/she was supposed to.


They would also love some suggestions:

Do you have a funny “flavor” idea?  Did we miss a good one?  We could use your help.  To submit your idea, send us an email.  If we use it, we will send you (your dog) and some of your friends a bag of My Dog Ate It pet treats.
 
About My Dog Ate It: 
These two guys have been the inspiration of My Dog Ate It Pet Treats.  It came from a lifetime of having great family dogs and friendships with dogs.  The idea for the Dog “Flavors” from the “Dog’s Perspective” came a few years ago while on a bird hunting trip with a large group of dogs and a few friends.  It was so funny to see what dogs would eat, chew on, and fight over when there was perfectly good dog food and chew toys available to them. 
That’s when we realized we humans have it all wrong, we’ve developed dog foods and treats with flavors like “chicken and rice”, “lamb with veggies”, “beef with gravy”…when all the dog really wants to do is rummage through the   neighbor’s garbage and chew up your kids action figure.  Really, what they are getting in the bag are some of the healthiest dog biscuits available on todays market, (see ingredients)  but the “flavors”, (all of which I’ve witnessed first hand) I hope will be enjoyed by you and your best friend and just maybe bring back memories or a story of when your dog ate…..
A donation will be made to the Humane Society with every bag sold of My Dog Ate It Pet Treats.

Connect with My Dog Ate It:

Email:  sales@mydogateitpettreats.com
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The awesome guys at My Dog Ate It will be giving the winner of my Pets Rock Giveaway Hop the same bag that I just reviewed. The Event starts on April 1st and ends on April 15th. Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!

Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours.

5 comments:

Nancy Loring said...

I think my dog would like these. I haven't found a treat yet that he doesn't lije.

wcaligirl said...

That is so cute. Love it.

Urd-chan said...

I had a couple of bags of these and my dogs really loved them. My daughter and I had a lot of fun reading the "flavors" of each biscuit, too.

Marti Tabora said...

The labels are great. I would love these for my dog. I can be sometimes guilty of giving my dog too many treats, so at least he would be getting some extra vitamins with these. Thanks
Marti Tabora
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Nancy Loring said...

This was not just a review you slipped a contest into it. Thank you. Rascal has never met a treat he didn't like.