Sunday, September 9, 2018

Hiking with Friends

We went for a hike with one of our flyball teammates and her dog Angus, followed by a walk on the beach.

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Angus is a border collie/husky mix who we've been doing flyball with for a couple years. My dogs are fans of him, and they had a great time running wild, both on the hike and on the beach.

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Of course, wrangling all three dogs for a photo wasn't the easiest thing, since they pretty much just wanted to go explore and find critters.

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Angus was much help with taking photos.

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Friday, September 7, 2018

Dahlias


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The trio.


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Looking dreamy and sweet


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Tiny terror in the flowers


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Flight is lucky he is so cute. 

Thursday, August 30, 2018

I and Love and You #chewyinfluencer

This month, we had the pleasure once again of working with Chewy by reviewing an item from their site. Our pick this month was a three pack of I and Love and You treats.

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We did receive these items in exchange for our honest review, but we were not compensated in any other way.

The item description does say it is three bags of jerky treats, however, we received two bags of jerky treats and one back of Fresh All Rover Breath Bones. This appears to have replaced the Beef and Lamb recipe jerky treats that the description included.

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Despite the substitution, the dogs really enjoyed these treats. The Breath Bones were actually quite the hit with all three dogs- with a bag of three bones, each dog got to try one. Ptera had hers at work for her afternoon snack, so no pictures of her enjoying it.

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The jerky treats were also a big hit. They are easy to break into smaller pieces, and not crumbly, which I really like. The pieces they come in are pretty big, and I broke them into quarters for the most part.

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The bags themselves all had some issues ripping open, where they didn't rip down far enough for me to actually open the bag without needing scissors. But, I think that may be something of a personal problem. And it isn't hard to grab a pair of scissors to open the bags if needed (or even just be careful when opening the bag to rip down far enough).

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Overall, the dogs were a big fan of these, and I think they are a great addition, both as a chew treat for the breath bones, and as training treats for the jerky.