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A few weeks ago, I got a package of products to review from 1800PetMeds.com. I was so eager to try out the treats, I couldn't wait for mom to get home, so I went ahead and helped myself to the Wet Noses Organic Pumpkin Treats.
|Yep, they were good|
Wet Noses All Natural Organic Pumpkin Treats
These treats were so yummy, I ate through two layers of cardboard and one layer of cellophane to get to them, then I ate the whole box. (Warning: It's really not a good idea to eat the whole box at once like I did. I suffered no ill effects, but these are meant for periodic feeding as treats, not to make a whole meal of them.)
These treats are wheat-free, corn-free, and soy-free and made with 100% USDA organic ingredients. They come in Cheddar, Peanut Butter & Molasses, Pumpkin and Sweet Potato flavors.
Ingredients: Organic Rye Flour, Organic Pumpkin, Organic Canola Oil, Organic Ginger, Organic Cinnamon.
Pet Naturals Scoot Bars
Scoot Bars are yummy, crunchy bars made with pumpkin. They're called Scoot Bars because they help with problems like loose stools and scooting. I scoot from time to time and have been changing foods a lot lately. We've found that the bars seem to help keep my stool more normal and my scooting has decreased. And I love the bars because they're yummy and crunchy and take a little while to finish. When mom gives me one I take it into the living room where I can munch it in peace.
|Nom nom nom|
These bars stop your dog from scooting, support healthy anal gland function, and provide immunity, digestive and colonic support.
Active Ingredients per 2 bars: Proprietary Pumpkin Blend 2800 mg (Larch Tree Extract, Digestion Resistant Maltodextrin and Pumpkin Powder)
Inactive Ingredients: brewers yeast, canola oil, citric acid, glycerin, mixed tocopherols, natural duck flavor, ground oat groats, oat meal, propionic acid, rosemary extract, ground rye groats, silicon dioxide, sorbic acid, soy lecithin, vegetable oil.
1800PetMeds Ear Cleansing Solution
Dogs with floppy ears like mine often get ear infections after swimming because their ears just can't dry out. One way to prevent this is to use an ear cleaner like this one. I go swimming almost every week, so momma uses this in my ears after every swim. I don't like having stuff put in my ears, but it's way better than getting a nasty ear infection.
|Ear Cleansing Solution, |
Super Pure Omega 3,
and Tick Twister
Super Pure Omega 3
I've already written a post about my Omega 3 Experiment and how Omega 3 helps with my itchy skin. You can read about it in The Omega 3 Experiment.
Tick Twister Tick Remover Tool
We have not yet tried the tick remover because I haven't encountered any ticks yet this early in the season, but mom put it on a key chain and put it in her backpack so she will have it when she needs it. We have found that even the most effective monthly preventive treatment won't stop 100% of ticks, so from time to time mom has had to remove them from me and herself. The quicker you remove them, the better, so we're glad to have a handy remover in mom's pack. I'll report back once we've used it.
|Tick Twister on a key chain|
|Giving the Tick Twister a sniff|
As you can see from the selection of products I received, 1800PetMeds.com is a great source for all of your dog's needs -- treats, supplements, meds, and various other grooming and health care products.
Helping Pets in Need
Did you know that 1800PetMeds also helps shelters in need? You can Suggest a Shelter in Need of donations.
Disclosure: In return for providing an honest review of their products, 1800PetMeds.com sent me a box of free products and gave me a $50.00 credit to use on their website. The products reviewed in this post were purchased with the $50.00 credit. I received no other compensation for this review.