|Can I get some help here?|
You're forgetting I don't have opposable thumbs.
Like all packages from Chewy, the contents smelled yummy.
|Hmmmmm - what do we have here?|
|Based upon my keen olfactory sense,|
I have concluded that this bag contains treats.
|Now how long must I wait before I can actually try them?|
The Taste Test . . .
Did you say taste testing? Of course I'm ready.
This isn't tasting.
Can't we skip this part?
My patience is wearing thin, woman.
Nom nom nom.
(All the photos of the actual tasting are blurry
because I munched them so quickly when
momma said "okay".)
My Review of
NutriSource Soft & Tender Chicken Dog Treats
Taste, Size, Consistency
NutriSource Soft & Tender Chicken Dog Treats are extremely yummy! I kept asking momma for more. They're also small, bone-shaped, and soft, so they're easy to break into smaller pieces for training.
NutriSource has been making dog food and cat food and treats for over 40 years. They are a family-owned business, with one manufacturing facility located in Minnesota. NutriSource tests the ingredients used in their products and tests the finished products for safety and nutritional content.
NutriSource uses earth-friendly 100% compostable packaging.
NutriSource Treats are made with only natural ingredients, and contain no wheat, no soy and no artificial colors. Mom likes that the first ingredient is chicken, and not some filler or by-product. She also likes that the treats contain something called L-Carnitine (whatever that is) and other important nutrients.
Ingredients: Chicken, pea flour, barley flour, glycerin, barley, rice, gelatin, oat flour, pea fiber, salmon oil, phosphoric acid, dried brewers yeast, salt, natural smoke flavor, lecithin, refined konjac flour, minerals (zinc propionate, calcium propionate), natural flavor, L-carnitine, ascorbic acid (source of vitamin C), preserved with mixed tocopherols and citric acid.
I give NutriSource Soft & Tender Chicken Dog Treats Four Paws Up, based upon the following:
This will be one of my last treat reviews for a while, but I'll still be reviewing toys and other dog products, and I have a fun photo contest coming up.
Disclosure: In return for trying and sharing my honest opinion of this product, I received a bag of NutriSource Treats with a retail value of $3.29 free of charge. I received no other compensation for this review.