Dog Treats Surprise

by Mary Haight on January 9, 2012

Dog treats can sometimes just appear in this household…product shows are a very good thing for just this reason!Organic Dog Treats

While I was sick over the holidays, I felt sorry for my dog – his presents were the two Angry Bird toys I won from a No Dog About It blog contest and I did not have the energy to play with him, so he was creating his own playtime.  It was very sweet to watch, but I felt like a real dud!

I thought it would be nice if I had some special treats for him, although I knew I could not stand up long enough to make him the tuna treats recipe I got from pal Karen Friesecke at Doggiestylish.  For some reason I felt around on top of the refrigerator and came up with two bags of Onesta Organic treats!  Who does that?  I felt like I won back my “good dog mom” title!

I must tell you how happy these special treats made Tashi – I don’t think that tail ever wagged any faster, and it solved my guilt over boring my dog, which Edie Jarolim can tell you all about.

Organic, human-grade (raised for human consumption), pasture raised and made in the USA, these treats come from certified organic pasture raised animals. That means sustainable farming practices are in place and that improves quality of life for the animals.  The treats are vacuum packed for freshness, raw-dehydrated at low temperatures to maintain nutrients, even excess fat is removed to lower fat content.  Treats should be refrigerated or frozen once opened.  And if you don’t want to feed them dry to your dog, you can mix them into his wet food to rehydrate.

There is little worse than feeling you’ve let your dog down – great luck that Onesta Organic treats appeared seemingly out of nowhere =)

 

 

9 comments
Dogdigsunderfence
Dogdigsunderfence

Our dogs seem to like ice cubes, I was thinking of using low sodium chicken broth and freezing a tray for them.

Dog digs under fence
Dog digs under fence

Our dogs seem to love munching ice cubes. I had a thought of using low sodium chicken broth and freezing a tray for them. I'll let the discussion board know how it turns out.

veryvizsla
veryvizsla

I'm so happy that you use my Tuna Treats recipe :D But hey, if you have to "settle" for store bought, these ones sound pretty good.

Mel
Mel

I have never heard of this product before. Definitely will check them out Mary. I am so glad ou are feeling better. The crud is something no one should have. It is brutal. So glad that Tashi has some new toys to play with. :)

Edie
Edie

Thanks for the shout out! I know you never bore Tashi or let him down, but I'm glad you could provide him with such yummy treats while you were unable to give him your usual all!

MaryHaight
MaryHaight

I like to save the ice cube treats for summer, but I know many dogs love to crunch ice cubes no matter what time of year! And this is a quick solution when people are sick so thanks! There is another company that has a line of flavors to mix in water and put in their bone shaped trays - I just talked to Carol Bryant about it and we'll be having a YouTube review on it this month at AnimalCafe.co.

MaryHaight
MaryHaight

Hahahahaha! Yep - that's a good way of looking at it - thanks Karen:)

MaryHaight
MaryHaight

There are soooo many products out there, Mel - I think it's kinda cool I could introduce something new to you! Tashi is happily playing with his angry bird toys as I write =)

MaryHaight
MaryHaight

Awww, thanks Edie for the vote of confidence! It was really a lot of fun to include the links and you are welcome!

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