Welcome back to another installment of Growing Up With Chewy!
I am very sorry for my lack of posting, but life has been getting way in the way of my blog lately. However, I am happy to report that I will be more active on here now and will hopefully return to my original posting schedule.
With that out of the way, let’s get into this month’s product, and take a look at how Saoirse and Jefferson have grown in the past month.
As of now, the puppies are a little over 4 months old, and holy cow, they’re getting big. Jefferson(right) is now weighing in at 47 lbs, and Saoirse at 37. Jefferson is still under the impression that he’s a tiny puppy, which we can all clearly see, is not the case.
Here’s a comparison between this month’s photo and last month’s.
This month we received the Rachael Ray Soup Bones for review.
These retail for $2.99-$5.60 on Chewy.com, and come in 3 different flavors, and regular (6.3 oz, 12.6 oz) and mini sizes.
The benefits of these include:
- This long-lasting chew is made with real beef and hearty barley and has all the deliciousness of a wholesome soup bone with none of the splintering or mess
- There’s even a tender meaty center inside made without meaty by-products or artificial flavors
- Treats are perfect for small, medium or large dogs so they are perfect for multiple-pup households
- Highly digestible so more nutrition goes to work inside your dog
(copied from Chewy.com)
As this stated, they aren’t really bones. It’s a treat that’s tightly compacted with a meaty center. Because of that, these are great for puppies or mature dogs, or any dog that may have issues with their teeth. These are hard enough to satisfy their need to chew, but soft enough that it isn’t uncomfortable.
As for the ingredients, theses are not grain free, but they don’t contain any by products or artificial flavors, so that’s definitely a plus.
The puppies absolutely adored these. So much so, that we bought another bag when our bag we received from Chewy was empty.
(Super professional Snachat photo of the pups going to town on the soup bones)
It takes these guys about 3 minutes to demolish them totally, but if you have a smaller (or less eager dog) they could last much longer.
Ultimately, I think these are a great snack for dogs. I would prefer if they were grain free, but the ingredients really aren’t bad, and the puppies love them, and in the end, that’s what’s most important. They’re pretty mess free, too. Especially if your dogs double as a Dyson like ours seem to.
And with that, we end today’s post. Keepin’ it short and sweet today!
Thank you for taking the time to read this post, and thank you to Chewy for the soup bones!
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*This post is NOT sponsored. Products were sent by Chewy for honest review.
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