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Welcome back to another installment of Growing Up With Chewy, where we take a look at how our Rottweiler/Mastiff puppies are growing, and talk about a puppy product courtesy of Chewy.com!
We did miss December, but it’s 2017 and we’re back! So let’s take a look at the stars of this post.
The puppies are now 7 months old! It’s so hard to believe it. Jefferson (AKA Fat Baby) is weighing in at a whopping 67 lbs! Saoirse is slightly more petite at 48.6 lbs. Jefferson is very talkative and still convinced that he’s a lap dog. We just don’t have the heart to tell him he’s not. Saoirse is the most intense cuddler on the planet. They have learned how to open the porch door and let themselves in and out into the yard as they please. Needless to say, they have very big personalities and even bigger appetites. For fun, let’s compare the puppies from the first GUWC post to now.
I honestly can’t believe Saoirse was ever this tiny!
Jefferson is still just as handsome as ever, and has finally grown into his ears and jowls!
Speaking of appetites, our product to review this month is the True Chews Sirloin Steak Dog Treats.*
This is the mini 4 oz bag, but this comes in a 12 oz option ($8.79) and a 22 oz option ($17.47).
The benefits are described as follows: (copied from Chewy.com)
- Made with real steak
- Delicious aroma & tender, chewy texture dogs love
- Easy to tear for treating convenience
- Convenient re-sealable bags for freshness
- No grains, corn, wheat, soy, artificial flavors or fillers
And a look at the ingredients.
As you can see by the ingredients, all claims they made are true. No artificial colors or flavors. I would consider ground potatoes a filler, but it’s not an ingredient that bothers me. So big thumbs up there!
Let’s just address the elephant in the room, there was no attractive way to photograph this treat. This is torn in half, which is how I fed it to the dogs. As you can see, this is real meat. For an affordable treat, I really wasn’t expecting to see such high quality come from it.
The dogs really loved these treats. To be fair, they’re not exactly very picky. But they heard the bag rustle from a mile away and came running. I’m telling you, depending on the day, a hurricane could destroy our home and they wouldn’t wake up, but they hear anything that even remotely sounds like food and they’re right at your heels.
To sum it all up, I think these are great. They’re very affordable and high quality. I’m really interested to try more from this brand! If you’re considering a fun new treat for your furry friend, look no further!
And with that, we end today’s post. Thank you for reading, and if you like Growing Up With Chewy, subscribe for a new puppy post once a month!
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*This post is NOT sponsored. This product was sent to me via Chewy.com for an honest review.