My dogs Winston and Lilly received Rachael Ray Nutrish Dog Treats to try and review for About a Mom. All opinions and tail wags are our own.
The holiday season is so hectic, and all the changes around the house and in daily routines can be hard on dogs. Just the addition of a Christmas tree in the living room took some getting used to for my Winston and Lilly. It was a little nerve wracking for me also. I always worry that my male dog, Winston, is going to decide it’s okay to pee on the Christmas tree. He likes to shock me like that. There are also the additional deliveries from FedEx and UPS which really has the dogs on edge these last few weeks. They lose their minds when those trucks come up the drive. It was such a wonderful surprise for Winston and Lilly when a box of Rachael Ray Nutrish dog treats arrived special for them.
Winston is such a camera ham. He’s always showing off.
We received several different Nutrish dog treats to try, along with a lovely casserole dish that will surely come in handy this holiday season. Lilly is rather timid around boxes, but was quick to stick her nose into things as soon as I took the dog treats out of the package.
Lilly has some grain allergies, so I was very excited to see that the Savory Bites dog treats are wheat free. Additionally, these super premium treats contain no high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors, propylene glycol, beef by-products, corn, or fillers. They are also gluten free. Made with real beef and veggies, I can feel good about giving these treats to my dogs. We have had so many issues with Lilly’s food allergies. It’s so nice to have some affordable treats that she can enjoy.
Both of my dogs have a tendency to inhale treats of any sort, instead of chewing. I like that I can easily break these soft and chewy treats into smaller pieces for them.
They look like sweet and patient dogs in these pictures, but really I am lucky to still have my fingers. These treats smell amazingly good – even to me! These dogs can’t get enough of them, so they must taste really great too.
These are long lasting chew treats for dogs. Made for larger dogs, I cut these in half for Winston who weighs about 25 pounds. I love a treat like this that will keep him busy and last a long time. Unlike real bones that are not very safe for your dogs, the Soup Bones treats do not splinter and surprisingly don’t make a mess either. Winston seems to love the real chicken and veggie flavor of these treats.
Soup Bones Minis
While the Soup Bones are a bit large for my dogs, the Soup Bones Minis are just the right size for smaller dogs like mine. The long lasting chews contain real beef and barley flavor, and are highly digestible. Like all Racheal Ray dog food and treats, the Soup Bone Minis contain no meaty by-products or artificial flavors.
With so many pets falling ill or dying from eating dog treats made in China, I feel so at ease giving my dogs Nutrish dog treats and dog food which is made in the USA. I love my four-legged babies and want them to have only the best. As an added bonus, Nutrish products can be found at my local Walmart and Ingles stores and are very reasonably priced.
Nutrish Dog Treats Giveaway: One lucky About a Mom reader and their dog(s) will win 3 bags of treats: Savory Bites, Soup Bones and Soup Bones Minis. Giveaway is open to U.S. readers, ages 18+ and ends on December 28, 2013 at 11:59pm EST.