The fabulous Chewy.com sent us a bag of Wellness Wellbites Lamb and Salmon Treats. These treats are some of Nola's favorite, and I was thrilled to see them on the review list! If you've somehow never heard of Chewy.com, it's the best place to buy pet products online! Their selection is huge, their shipping lightning fast, and they have the best customer service I've ever had the pleasure of dealing with.
Wellness WellBites are soft, chewy dog treats that come in five flavors: Turkey and Duck, Lamb and Salmon, Chicken and Venison, Beef and Turkey, and Chicken and Lamb. We were sent Lamb and Salmon, and here's the ingredients:
These treats are square, and about 1" in size. They're quite easy to tear into smaller pieces for training, too! They have a mild smell that's almost pleasant, and despite the salmon in this variety, there is no fish smell. The scent easily washes off skin and clothing, which is a huge bonus. There's nothing quite like giving a treat in the morning, and still smelling it on your hands in the evening, no matter how many times you wash your hands!
They come in a resealable 8oz bag, and there's a good bit in the bag. They're very reasonably priced at around $8 a bag.
The dogs went crazy for these! They're one of Nola's highest value rewards, and she'll do anything for them. They're a favorite around here, and I highly recommend!
- Dachsund Mommy
PS: Roxie had bloodwork and a fecal done at the vet's yesterday. We saw a tech I don't like, and a vet that hasn't seen her before. I was not impressed with the woman. She was a complete hag, and not to mention a bit stupid. She couldn't even bother to read Roxie's chart to know her basic info, like her prior condition and her Ivermectin dosages. I will only be brining my dogs in to see the two vets I trust in the practice from here on. That woman...ugh. Bitch.
Fecal normal, slightly elevated white blood cell count. Suspected Ivermectin sensitivity, at this dosage at least. Symptoms started the day after increasing the dosage, and have decreased over Wednesday and yesterday, as I stopped giving it. We're dropping it from 1.3ml to .8ml to see if that clears it up. If not, we'll be exploring other options to treat the mange, most likely a new method of using Bravecto flea pills to clear the mange mites.
She's still hydrated, and hasn't lost any weight, thank god. She's gained 1/2 a pound since last visit.
No explanation for the limping, other than a vague mention of a possible old injury being aggravated. Like I said, I wasn't impressed with the vet.