And the lucky winner chosen by random.org is Dana and her lucky pup Gucci! Congratulations!
Have you ever tried those freeze dried apple thingies they have at Costco?
They don’t look like much, I’ll give them that. When my friend pressed them into my hand with the confidence of one who was introducing me to the wonders of crack, I wasn’t too impressed. “Why are you giving me astronaut food?” I asked her, proud of my impromptu 80’s reference.
So not appetizing (yet strangely alluring. I still want to try it.)
Then I tried the apples, and just like that, boom, an addict was born. Brothers brand, Funky Monkey cinnamon banana chips- I can’t get enough of the stuff. Without all that pesky water to distract you, freeze dried food is just distilled essence of yum.
The same can be said for dog treat, I would imagine. Sorry, but I’m not chopping up fresh liver to dole out as treats any time soon, but freeze dried liver bits I can handle. They are Brody’s kryptonite. For a dog whose standard “stay” lasts 20 seconds tops, I’ve timed him at 2 minutes if a freeze dried treat is at stake.
We were given a sample of Stella and Chewy’s Carnivore Kisses Bison treats to try, and what can I say? Dog crack. From the moment he figured out where I was keeping him, I’d catch Brody in the pantry, furtively eyeing the stepladder trying to deduce in his hairy head just how the heck he was going to get it unfolded so he could reach them.
These are raw treats, but they process the treats using a high pressure system to eliminate pathogens. Ingredients: Bison. Carnivore Kisses also come in turkey liver, duck, beef, and chicken.
I have in hand one 2.25 ounce container of Bison Carnivore Kisses to share the love with your pooch. To enter, simply comment below with what your pet is thankful for this year. I’ll pick a winner at random Wednesday Nov 24, noon PST. (US/Canada only)