Anyways, enough with the bitching. Today's reviews kinda go hand in hand, since one is for Kyjen/Outward Hound (a treat/bait bag) and the other is for Chewy.com. After all, if you have a bait bag, you gotta have treats!
First up, Kyjen Outward Hound Treat N Ball Bag (in pink). Here's a bit about the company:
Kyjen makes everything from toys and food puzzles, to backpacks, to bait bags to carriers and more!
Like I said, I picked their Treat N Ball Bag in pink. Mom's old treat bag had a giant rip in it (sadly, as we loved it!), so it needed replacing. I liked the bag because it's nice and deep, and can hold a lot. It's also nice that nothing leaks through it, if you're using treats like canned green beans. It has a clip that can hook into your pocket or the top of your jeans/shorts, and also a velcro strip you can use to secure it to your belt looks. Mom generally does both so the bad isn't shifting around.
Nice bright color that hasn't faded
2 ways of securing it
Folds up easy for storage or travel
Easy to wipe out
The drawstring is very difficult to close. Mom can't get it all the way, even "putting her ass into it"
I wish it had one of these swivel clips like my old treat bag did:
Overall, I give the Kyjen Outward Hound Treat N Ball Bag 4/5 stars and 1 1/2 paws up.
Now we move on to Chewy.com's treat review. Y'all know how much we love Chewy.com! They sent me 3 different bags of treats, two for dogs and one for kittehs. I was sent Orijen Free Range Bison Freeze Dried Treats, Fromm Grain Free Lamb with Cranberry and Natural Balance Perfect Bites Rabbit Formula cat treats. The Orijen treats were by far my favorite, so their review is first!
First off, we love Orijen. If I wasn't on home cooked, Mom would have me on Orijen. In fact, that's what I'll be on when Mom and I travel around New England next fall. Orijen is one of the few kibbles Mom would feel comfortable feeding me.
The Free Range Bison Freeze Dried treats are made with just 3 stellar ingredients; bison liver, boneless bison and bison tripe. They're made in Canada from Canadian sourced ingredients, and are great for dogs with allergies. There's also only 7 calories per treat, and they're very easy to break apart. They don't smell too strong, unlike some freeze dried treats! I give these treats 5/5 stars!
Next up is the Fromm treats. They have good ingredients and are a good price, but they're a biscuit type treat, and I much prefer soft (and smelly!) treats. They're a little large, and very hard to break up, so I only get them once in a while. My brother Auggie loves them though! They've become his nail grinding treat.
Mom says they have a pleasant smell, but if you ask me they don't smell enough! I give them 3/5 stars.
And lastly we have the kitteh treats. I really liked these, even though they're for cats! They have good ingredients, are very small, and have only 1 calorie per treat. They don't have a super strong smell, but all 4 of us Doxies and the two cats loved them! 5/5 stars!
Kisses and Tail Wags,
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