Thursday, January 26, 2012
The Three Droolateers
But Jan is more particular. Does she really expect us to read labels before we beg for something? Well, we don't. She does.
The Meatylicious ingredients: chicken, turkey, potato, lamb, brown rice,oats, salmon, carrots, peas, molasses, potato starch, cranberries, salt, natural smoke flavor, garlic powder, sodium bisulfate, falx seed, sorbic acid, citric acid, mixed tocopherols and rosemary. The Lamblicious has lamb as the first ingredient. No corn or wheat.
We didn't know what they were made of. They smelled good! Jan sat on a back step, opened the package, and this is what she looked up to see.
Yep, Sam had sidled closer and was sticking his tongue out at Jan.
**Sam: I was not sticking my tongue out at Jan. I was tasting the scent, preparing to drool but preferring to consume.**
Yeah, sure, if you say so, Sam. We all did get to consume. What do we have to say about the TidNips?
Mmmm, mnffff, nom nom, gulp, burp - do we get seconds?
When we went to Canidae.com to get a link to TidNips, we noticed the three Tidnip Dog Flavors and also the Chicken & Rice for Cats have a limited time Buy One/Get One Free offer. Be sure to read the instructions because if you want to request a BO/GOF coupon for BOTH a cat and a dog package, they must be requested at the same time. Just check both boxes.
Canidae has a commitment to support the local independent stores, so their products are not sold at big chains like Walmart, Petsmart and Petco. You can use the store locator to find where their products are sold near you.
Canidae also has the Responsible pet Ownership blog, which we've been following for a while now. They cover a variety of dog-related subjects in their posts.
Canidae provided the dog treats for this review but we were not paid or told what to type. Drooling was strictly our own idea/reaction.