Is it healthy to be jealous of your dogs’ treats? Because if not, I need some help. Don’t worry, I am not about to go about taste-testing treats myself. I just can’t help but be in awe of the amazing offerings Shadow and Rowdy got to test from Pork Chomps.
Disclaimer: I was sent a box of treats for my dogs to try in exchange for this review and giveaway. All opinions, as always, are 100% my own.
No, seriously. Pork Chomps offered my dogs the following treats (because they must think my pups are good dogs, let’s not tell them about the day that Shadow decided to chew on a toy boat, ahem):
All of the choices were not too tough on my dogs’ teeth, although Shadow did tear into one of the bones a bit too hard and did experience some mild gum bleeding (I completely blame her ferocity in chewing it–a bone is meant to last not be chewed in 5 minutes, silly dog).
I was impressed to know that these products didn’t contain rawhide (which actually, according to Pork Chomps, is hard to digest and can stay in their system for days). These products are natural and easier to digest (99% digestible), which is good news for them and us. These treats are something you can feel good about giving your pet as a reward (and as you can see, my dogs, both hyper, actually settled down for a moment to get their treats).
Not only can you get Sweet Potato flavored treats, there are also peanut butter and pepperoni. I’d like to report that because of these delicious flavors Rowdy has stopped begging from the kids, but it’s not completely gone (although I have hope).
Intrigued? Then enter my contest to win 2 bags of Pork Chomps from Scott Pet, Inc. Better yet? There will be two winners getting two bags each! The contest runs through July 1 at 11:59 PM.
About Scott Pet Inc.
Founded in 1975, Scott Pet Inc. is a leading provider of high-quality, innovative pet products. The company’s most recent product lines, Pork Chomps™ and Premium Pork Chomps™, are chews made from expanded, baked pork skin and were created to improve the health and well-being of dogs by providing a safe alternative to rawhide chews. A recent university study showed that Pork Chomps products were 99.9% digestible and even lowered cholesterol and triglycerides in dogs. For more information about Scott Pet, please visit www.ScottPet.com.