Several weeks ago, we received a package from Petflow.com.
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"Spoiled Rotten" - now who could that refer to?
The package contained a Go Dog Dragon Dog Chew Toy, a Winter Water Bottle Buddy Dog Toy, and a bag of Orijen Freeze Dried Ranch Raised Lamb Dog Treats.
Obligatory pose-nicely-with-the-products photo
Photo of what I really want to do
In return for receiving these cool products free of charge from Petflow.com, I agreed to review them. But first I had to try them out!
I love product testing
I got the Small Periwinkle Dragon Toy and I LOVE it! It squeaks and it's all floppy, and I love to run around the house with it in my mouth and shake it all around. Momma thinks it's very cute and she loves the color and the fact that I haven't managed to rip it up yet. It's made with Chew Guard Technology, so it's extra durable. I usually rip stuffies open in seconds, but my dragon has held up to all kinds of chewing and shaking and throwing and fetching. (My favorite new game is fetch the dragon.)
I give the Go Dog Dragon Toy my highest rating of Four Paws Up for FUN, durability, and cuteness.
Momma likes that it's machine-washable, extra durable, and her favorite colors. I'm trying to convince her that I need the Spike the Blue Stegosaurus and Frills the Grey Triceratops too.
The Penguin Bottle Buddy has a plastic bottle inside, so it makes a crinkly plastic bottle sound -- which makes it extra fun.
It makes a crinkly sound just like a real penguin
I give the Bottle Buddie Penguin my highest rating of Four Paws Up for being EXTRA FUN! I really liked the plastic bottle inside. When momma took the bottle out, it wasn't anywhere near as fun. The bottle is replaceable, so if something happens to it, you can just replace it with a regular plastic bottle.
I didn't want to give it up
Mom had to bribe me with an Orijen treat
These are seriously good treats
Oh My Dog do I love these treats! As soon as momma opened the package I got all excited and started doing tricks 'cause I had to have one. These are what momma calls "high value treats" because I'd do just about anything for one. (Momma uses "high value treats" when training something new or when working with me in a very distracting environment.) They're also small and soft/crumbly so they can be broken into even smaller pieces for training.
Orijen Lamb Treats are made from a single animal source -- they're 100% lamb. The ingredients are: boneless lamb, lamb liver, and lamb tripe. Momma likes short ingredient lists and minimally processed foods, and Orijen Lamb Treats fit the bill. The lamb used in the treats is free-range Alberta lamb, and they make the treats in Canada. Plus I go nutty over them. And since they're only 5 calories per treat, I can have a number of Orijen Lamb Treats without taking in too many calories.
I give Orijen Freeze Dried Ranch Raised Lamb Treats Four Paws Up because:
They come in lots of different flavors too.
Check out Petflow.com. They have great prices on lots of different kinds of dog foods, treats, and toys, and they always have door-buster sales going on too.
Disclosure: In return for providing an honest review of their products, Petflow.com sent me toys and treats with an approximate retail value of $27 free of charge. I received no other compensation for this review.