Sunday, January 19, 2014

Fromm Chicken with Carrots & Peas Recipe Treat Review and Chewy.com's January Giveaway!



I sure am one lucky pup.  One of our favorite online dog noms retailers, Chewy.com, sent me more treats to review.  This month, Chewy.com sent me a bag of Fromm Four-Star Nutritionals Grain-Free Chicken with Carrots & Peas Recipe Dog Treats.

Disclosure: In return for providing an honest review of Fromm treats, Chewy.com sent me a bag of treats with a retail value of $4.99 free of charge.  I received no other compensation for this review.

Let me tell you about these awesome treats:

Healthy Ingredients

Mom is kinda' picky about what she feeds me, so first she looks at the ingredients.  Fromm Chicken with Carrots & Peas Treats are made in the USA with free-range chicken, all kinds of veggies, and no grains.  All ingredients are sourced in the USA and inspected by the USDA.  
  
Ingredients: Fresh Chicken, Pea Flour, Potato Flour, Tapioca, Whole Peas, Chicken Fat, Tomato Pomace, Fresh Cranberries, Fresh Sweet Potatoes, Fresh Carrots, Fresh Apples, Fresh Split Peas, Fresh Green Beans, Fresh Green Bell Peppers, Fresh Celery, Fresh Beets, Fresh Parsley, Fresh Lettuce, Fresh Watercress, Fresh Spinach

Lots of my pals can't eat chicken, but that's okay, because Fromm Four-Star Nutritionals Treats come in lots of different flavors.  Chewy.com carries seven different flavors of Fromm Four-Star Nutritionals Treats, including salmon, lamb, cheese, liver, and cranberry.

Low Calorie

Fromm Chicken with Carrots and Peas Treats are only 8 1/2 calories per treat.  That's important, because I want to stay trim and active.  Treats can add up (especially when you're as good and cute as I am) so we prefer low-calorie treats (which means I can have MORE).  (Calories are not printed on the package, but I was able to find this information on the Fromm website.)

About Fromm

Fromm is a Wisconsin-based, family-owned company that has been producing premium dog food for over a century.  For more information about Fromm, see Frommfamily.com and Fromm History.  You can also follow Fromm on their facebook page, where they periodically offer coupons.

SUPER Yummy

While momma cares about things like ingredients, where a product is made and who makes it, and how many calories, what's most important to me is TASTE -- does it taste yummilicious? is it crunchy or chewy or soft? how many can I convince momma to give me?

Well, Fromm Chicken with Carrots and Peas Treats fall into the yummilicious category.  The treats are hard and crunchy, which I love, and small enough so I can get more than one at a time.

Hmmm. Where'd these come from?

May I have them please?

My Rating of Fromm Treats

Based on all of the above, I give Fromm treats my highest rating of Four Paws Up.

Chewy.com

Have I mentioned how much I love Chewy.com?  Not just because they send me free treats to review, and not just because we can get my regular food there for a very good price, and not just because they have great giveaways (see below).  Chewy.com sent my friend Sugar of Golden Woofs a bunch of get-well roses after she had surgery to remove a mass from her tongue.  (See Chewy.com Delivers Happy Treats and Roses.)  We think that was a lovely gesture.  Chewy.com ROCKS.


What do you mean I've had enough
treats for now?

Chewy.com January Giveaway

My pals at Chewy.com are doing another giveaway this month.  You can enter by either following the instructions in the Rafflecopter below, or by emailing me here with the subject "Chewy.com January Giveaway" and I will forward your entry to Chewy.  The email entry option is for those who don't use Facebook, Twitter, etc., because we don't want them to be left out.  The top prize is a $50 credit to Chewy.com.  You can buy an awful lot of noms for $50, so what are you waiting for?  Enter now.

   a Rafflecopter giveaway

5 comments:

  1. We saw the roses for Sugar and that was so kind. Enjoy Garth. Have a serene Sunday and get on some big easy today.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. you are such a good guy sitting there with cookies on the foot - I would of scoffed them and probably eaten my foot in the process :)

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    1. BOL! That would be bad if you ate your paw!

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  3. You look soooo cute Garth with those treats on your paw!

    Hugs,
    Lily Belle & Muffin

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