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With three dogs around the house it is no secret that we go through our fair share of dog treats. With our puppy just turning a year old (or so we think he is a stray) the training is a constant! Saying he was food driven would be an understatement at best. Recently I was sent a review opportunity that Sparky was just over the moon about. sent us a yummy bag of Orijen Regional Red Dog Treats. I had heard of the brand previously but we had never sampled them. Made with ranch-raised boar, black Angus beef and free range lamb I knew it would be a very healthy treat.
Now obviously I cannot say personally how they tasted(well I suppose I could but then we would be a whole different type of blog wouldn't but when I open the package it smelled very dog-foody, which I suppose is a good thing when you are a dog huh? Sparky of course LOVED them and was willing to show me his best sit in order to get one, my other two dogs Roy and Koda also thought they were amazing.
I think he was wondering why I was taking his picture
and not giving him his treat lol

Now this post isn't just about how great Orijen Dog Treats are it is about the service that provides to so many families. If you are like so many people the highest quality pet products are not always available to you at your local store. Or heck maybe you just really don't like shopping, or are short on time, but still want to provide the best pet products for your dog or cat.Chewy is a place where you can order your favorite pet foods, treat and other products and have them shipped directly to your door or office. They offer fast free shipping on orders over $49 (which is easily done if you have a pet you know this), No sales tax (except for FL and PA), and great customer service! Order now and you can save 15% on your first order when you use autoship. Never forget those treats again, and someone with four fuzzy legs will never forget your kisses.

*The above mentioned products were received in order to help facilitate this review, regardless all views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced.*


My doges go crazy over treats. We are working on teaching them manners but it is going to be a while. I love that your dog is sitting patiently. I will look into these for my babies.
He looks like he is so well behaved dog. I heard so many good things about Mr chewy and I will have to tell my sister who has a dog about them.
Mellissa Hanks said…
He will only sit still for He is always running!

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