Sunday, April 24, 2016

Momma's Little Helper

Noah is a Momma's boy. It's Ok, nobody teases him and I enjoy the fact that he wants to always be with me, no matter what I may be doing. Sometimes I feel a little sorry for him because he has to make hard choices.
This morning I went upstairs to take a shower and Noah came with me as he always does. He settles  down next to the bathroom door and waits for me. I had just stepped out of the shower when I heard Rob call the dogs to go outside. Noah looked toward the door and looked at me and I knew he was torn. I told him it was OK to go and he started toward the door but turned and came back to stay with me. Then he heard the dogs in the back yard and ran to the window to watch them. I felt really sad for him, so I dressed fast and took him into the front yard on leash. He loves being on leash and danced all around the yard.

When we came inside, the others were still out, so I decided to let my little buddy help with our Chewy review. This is the item we're taste testing, Sojos Good Dog treats. I chose the blueberry cobbler flavor because blueberries are good for all of us. Lucy and Morgan both ate blueberries in season and took blueberry capsules the rest of the time. Besides being good antioxidants, they're excellent for the brain and those two were having some brain fade toward the end of their lives.
These treats are wheat and corn free with no artificial preservatives. The ingredients are oat flour, rolled oats, blueberries, canola oil, vanilla, eggs and honey. All good stuff.

So how do they taste? Let's ask Noah.

Yes please, I'd like to try one.
 That was so good. Could I have another one?

 Noah thought they were wonderful and I'm sure the others will all agree. They're tiny little bone shaped treats and I have a special purpose for them. My pack started getting bad about coming in after their last outing at night and I had to grab a flashlight and round them up, so I started a new routine. Anyone who came in as soon as I called got a special tiny little treat. At first I was using Zuke's minis, but the trick worked so well that we ran out. Now everyone but Bailey comes in without even being called and occasionally even Bailey remembers and comes in for a treat. These little treats will be perfect for out late night 'come in' treats.

Chewy sent us this cute little box of tasty treats at no cost to us in exchange for our honest opinion.

8 comments:

Hailey and Zaphod and their Lady said...

I have a bit of a momma's boy too. Those look like great little treats. Glad they are helping most of the pack to come in.

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Mom has to do the same thing at night to get Lightning to come inside - he really loves the night air. Both of us always loved blueberries, and they ARE so good for us. But lately Ciara doesn't eat hers. Mom can't figure out why. But we both think she might eat these tasty treats.

Woos - Ciara and Lightning

Casey said...

I understand, Noah! I'm a Momma's boy too. There's just nothing like being with Momma. I'm glad you got to do the special review as a reward for being so good.

Two French Bulldogs said...

No problem being mommas boy cause I am too. Yummy treats. The size is perfect for us
Lily & Edward

Marjie said...

Those are cute little tiny treats! Cass' Bebop is a mama's boy, too; he follows her everywhere. It's really nice.

Sammy Sam said...

My sheltie brother, Jetta does what Noah does. He follows mom everywhere.

gMarie said...

Those are the tinest little treats ever! Our Lucy ate blueberries in season - she's pick them right off the bush. g

Nichole Burke said...

The Lapdogs ADORE those tiny little treats!