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Treats...treats...and more treats!

It's our birthday month and as a Pet Lovers member we are entitled a 15% discount for this whole month. Amber is just so lucky to have such doting parents like us to spend quite a number of sums to buy a lot of treats for her (well...especially this month). LOL! This is just the first part, we are going to visit pet lovers for their birthday month offer again :)

Do note that this post is not reviews for the treats we bought. We will make a review post for these treats after Amber finishes them.

Here are some of the treats we bought on the first week of our birthday month:



1. Natural Balance Roll-A-Rounds Crunchy Lamb Formula Treats
These unique baked treats are made from their lamb formula dog food rolls. Contain no artificial flavors or colors. The size is a little too big for training treat/reward so we use it as a healthy treat for Amber to "eat for fun". ( Made in USA, Resealable. )



2. Nature's 1 Meaty Liver
Selected only prime ranch raised animals from the green pastures of New Zealand. Made from 100% Pure New Zealand Venison Liver, no other added ingredients. Another bigger size treats, we give this to Amber as "eat for fun" treat. ( Made in New Zealand, Resealable. )



3. ZiwiPeak 'Good-Dog' Treats (Brown - Beef Recipe, Blue - Lamb Recipe)
Premium Meat Jerky Treats, contains air-dried New Zealand meat, no artificial preservative, no colors, no salt or sugar, no fillers or grain. Can be used as a training treat/reward. Amber is currently eating the lamb recipe and she loves it, a very good training treat. ( Made in New Zealand, Resealable. )



4. Real Meat Bitz Healthy Gourmet Dog & Puppy Treats (Green - Beef, Purple - Lamb & Lamb Liver)
All natural jerky treats, made up of 95% real meat, no added hormones, antibiotics, fillers, coloring, preservatives, nothing artificial. Can be used as a training treat/reward too, break into smaller size easily. ( Made in USA, Resealable. )



5. Dingo Denta-Treats, mini dental bones
Teeth Whitening/cleaning chews, great tasting and fully digestible. Freshen breath, removes Tartar and Plaque. Promotes healthy teeth and gums. It won't splinter, crack, crumble or stain. Amber can't resist this great taste Dingo chew, she will do whatever we say when we take out this bag. It smells good to Amber but not us (human) haha! ( Made in Thailand, Resealable. )



6. N-Bone Twistix
Another dental chews, for good oral hygiene, removes Plaque, Tartar & Freshen Breath. This one smells better than Dingo chews however Amber will prefer Dingo than this, she likes twistix too but if let her choose between this and Dingo, she will run to Dingo first :) ( Made in USA. Resealable. )


P.S: We prefer to buy our treats Made in USA, UK or New Zealand. and we will never get treats/food made in China. It's up to one's preference and we prefer not to get food/treats that are made in china. Recently there are some Made in China dog treat recalls, especially their chicken jerky meat, caused quite a number of dogs sick. Here are some articles:

http://vitals.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/03/13/10657635-3-big-brands-may-be-tied-to-chicken-jerky-illness-in-dogs-fda-records-show?lite

http://www.belladogmagazine.com/say-qnoq-to-china/715-say-qnoq-to-pet-treats-made-in-china

Please choose your treats carefully, do not make your cute fella suffer :(

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