Wednesday, April 11, 2012
**Cotton, I will NOT turn into a pumpkin for telling a lie!**
Excuse me, where was I? Oh, yes, I was about to tell you about the box we received last Friday from Baby Patches of Nip & Bones. As soon as Jan sliced through the tape, a tempting aroma brought Buddy, Sam and I running. Percy ran too and tried to climb in the box. But Jan made us wait until she could take some photos.
Yes, she's talking to us - sort of! - since we fired her last week. But we're still banned from the computer till we work out the details. So this will be a quick post while Jan showers.
We tried all 3 of the delish flavors. Believe it or not, they are all made with wheat grass and other healthy ingredients. According to Jan, they are. We don't know anything about eating healthy. But Jan has given us wheat grass in the past and she thinks it's great it comes in these biscuits. You can read the ingredients here.
Did we like them? What do you think? (Buddy lost hope we'd ever get one.)
Okay, we finally got one, but I don't trust Sam.
Uh-oh, have to chew faster. Here comes Sam.
Well, he didn't get my biscuit, so he tried to finagle Buddy's next one.
While Jan lined up the bags to take photos, Sam grabbed a whole bag and tried to make off with it.
We don't have a photo but after 2 measly biscuits for each of us, Percy tried to steal a bag too and Jan gave him a biscuit. A whole dog biscuit for a kitty only a fraction of our size. That was so unfair. We dogs should have had at least 2 more each, but Jan made us wait. Sigh. She's so stingy with treats.
Baby Patches, Chief Kit of Nip and Bones, sent us the treats so we could post a product review on their store site. They want reviewers to be honest, and they didn't ask us to do a post on it, so we're just telling you about our experience with the product because we think these are good dog biscuits, worthy of mention. And eating.
And I can't resist tattling on Jan.
Yep, she lost another piece of clothing to the infamous Car Seat Ripper. She took a hammer to the spring a couple months ago when she had to buy a new pair of jeans, but it popped up again. Now the replacement jeans have not one but 2 holes in them. She grabbed these for our morning walk today and is so absent-minded she might put them back on for our late afternoon walk - and then forget to change before Bible study. Should we remind her?