Percy: Hey, you guys got some new treats to taste test.
Rusty: Aren't those your October Chewy review? You are aware it's already November, aren't you?
Cyndi: Of course they're aware. We had so many computer problems in the last half of October, they didn't get a chance to do their post.
Rusty: Jan did talk to Sydney and apologized to her for the dogs being late with their review. She was nice and said to not worry. What, Jan worry? That's her middle name!
Buddy: Are you guys done chattering? We want to tell readers what we taste tested: Solid Gold Cinna-Bits from their Functional Foodz line of treats. They're holistic dog biscuits for little mouths.
Cameron: Little mouths? Have you looked in the mirror lately? Um ... sorry. Are they good? They look good.
Merci: They were very good. There are actual dried cinnamon leaves in with the treats.
Buddy: They're all natural. No corn, no soy, no wheat.
Marcus: The ingredients are barley flour, oat flour, pea starch, rolled oats, canola oil, cinnamon, lamb meal, fish meal, flax meal and dried seaweed meal.
Sam: See, they're bite-size for Merci. For smaller dogs, they can easily be broken in half. They're great for larger dogs too. I figure I'm the largest dog here so I should get the most but Jan gives Marcus the most 'cause she's trying hard to train him to calm down. She should give me the treats and give Marcus tranquilizers. Right? Right!
Merci: Jan thinks these treats smell so good because of the cinnamon. There's a black plastic bar across the front of the package, which she figured must be some kind of means to close the bag to keep the treats fresh, but if it is, it doesn't work. It left a line of glue across the plastic bag and the plastic bar wouldn't stick to it again.
Marcus: Of course Jan is gadget impaired, so it could be the plastic piece is there for another reason. She better figure it out soon before the treats are gone.
Buddy: Other types of Solid Gold dog treats are also available. These are delicious. We wouldn't mind sampling the other types too.
Chewy.com provided us with a sample bag of the dog treats. We were not paid for this review and any opinions expressed are entirely our own.