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Living close to the US Border has a few benefits.
In not much time at all, I can hop across the line and grab a Cherry Limeade, hit up the Target and make a stop at PetSmart to grab all the great pet stuff we can’t get in Canada just yet. I always feel a little like I’ve won the lottery when I see something I love show up in Canadian stores, like we’ve finally hit the big leagues and we can have cool stuff too.
I was super excited to see DOG for DOG at our local PetSmart right here in Canada.
Oh Canada, this is exciting news! I discovered DOG for DOG at Superzoo a few years ago and I was pretty excited about their products: dog treats for training, dog-centric energy bars and dog-safe peanut butter. I love their mission: for every item purchased, they donate an equal amount of kibble to a dog in need. That means that a whole lot of food ends up in the hands of shelters who can really use it. You guys, let’s be honest, I have really, really spoiled dogs. I love the idea that by spoiling the special pooches in my life, I can also help dogs who don’t have a
servant slave human like me.
Plus, DOG for DOG natural treats are something you can feel good about giving.
I’m always looking to dog training treats that will make Felix work for it. It’s easy to get Kol involved, you can hold your fingers like you might have something in them and he’ll do a trick. Felix is a tad harder and fussy. He gives the Peanut Butter flavoured training treats two paws up.
The DOGSBARS are so darn convenient for life on the go. I love that I can toss one in my bag for a quick dog snack when we’re out running errands, walking in the woods or visiting friends.
My favourite DOG for DOG treat, though, is the DOGSBUTTER.
We’ve all heard (or I hope we all have) that some brands of peanut butter are no longer dog safe. DOGSBUTTER is a peanut butter for dogs, so you know it’s all dog friendly and it’s always going to be. Plus, it’s pretty easy to read the label. It’s all food; all ingredients you’ll recognize. It’s all natural made with only 3 ingredients and is gluten free with no added salt, sugar, or hydrogenated oils. It’s a great treat to smear inside a Kong or to
trick entice dogs to take pills,
I knew it was the perfect starting point for a tasty dog treat recipe.
Holy woof you guys, these DOGSBUTTER Peanut Butter Gingerbread Dog Treats are SO GOOD.
For dogs, I mean. Not humans, obviously. I did not eat a half dozen while I worked on this post. That would be
delicious weird, right? A fun take on a holiday classic, these homemade dog treats can be soft baked for dense, spicy classic gingerbread or rolled thin and baked crisp for a crunchy treat. They taste way fancier than they are and they’re actually pretty darn easy.
The dogs are wild over our newest dog treat recipe. Koly keeps trying to herd me into the kitchen and Felix went so far as to bark at me. ::GASP:: That boy is lucky he is cute.
It’s that time of year when you want to show friends and neighbours you care and nothing says Christmas like a plate of homemade cookies. Pop over to your local PetSmart store or check out PetSmart online, grab a bag of DOG for DOG Training Treats, a DOGSBAR or two and some DOGSBUTTER, then give the dog lover in your life the gift of tasty treats this holiday.
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