Saturday, April 12, 2014

2 Dogs Treats - Pet Product Review & Giveaway

I consider it my duty to try as many safe, natural, healthy, made in the USA treats that I can find.   I must confess that I really enjoy this duty.  BOL!
My newest discovery is 2 Dogs Treats.
You won't find these special treats in a chain store.  You can order them from 2 Dogs Treats.   There are 2 purchasing options, an auto-renewing monthly subscription, or a 3 month gift subscription that does not auto-renew.   There are multiple size options so that you don't end up with too many or not enough treats.  They have packages as small as 3.5 ounces and as large as 16 ounces.  You can choose Just Chicken, Just Organic Sweet Potato, or both.   You know I needed to taste both kinds of treats of course.
I was thrilled to see my name was handwritten on the label, along with a made on date and an expiration date.   It is pawsome to know exactly how fresh my treats are.    There are no preservatives used to make these treats, but they are in a resealable bag to help keep them fresh.  The label says these treats were made specially for me.  I adore this special touch.   Every pup princess deserves healthy, delicious treats made specially for her (or him if you are a pup prince).  These yummy treats are made by hand in the USA. 
Just Organic Sweet Potato is a terrific snack to chew on.  These dehydrated treats are light & crispy, like a healthy version of a potato chip.  It's a good thing my name is on the label, because I think Mom might try to steal one for herself. 
Ingredients:  Organic Sweet Potato.
I absolutely love the Just Chicken treats.   Not only is this chicken jerky safe, it is also humane (cage-free chicken).  I can't imagine a more natural chicken treat that this one, unless I were to miraculously catch a chicken with my own paws (like cousin Lily did once).  BOL! 
Ingredients:  100% Cage-Free Chicken Breast.
 There are no hormones in 2 Dogs Treats.
 
I love Just Chicken so much that I am eager to perform tricks to get a bite.  I will even do a "roll" to get them, and I rarely perform this trick.  

2 Dogs Treats wants to send yummy treats to one of my pals! 
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Review Disclosure: I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review. I was given a free product to review. The opinions in this review are my own and not influenced by any outsider.  
 
Giveaway Disclosure: I did not receive any monetary compensation for this giveaway.  2 Dogs Treats will ship the prize directly to the winner. I am not responsible for lost/missing prizes.  The opinions in this giveaway are my own and not influenced by any outsider.   
I only ship to USA addresses and you must be 18 to enter.

28 comments:

  1. She'd stand up and dance for them :)

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    1. Pawsome! I used to be able to twirl on 2 legs before my knees went bad, now I am not allowed to do that. Darn Luxated Patellas! I used to be able to jump through a hoop too, but now I am not allowed to do any jumping.
      Hugs,
      Pepper

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  2. They'd do the "Hold it" that we're working on right now for photos.

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  3. My dogs would jump and dance around.

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    1. I am so jealous! I wish I could jump and dance around.
      Hugs,
      Pepper

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  4. I have five Treeing Walker Coonhounds and while they don't know too many tricks, they do know the basics and would all sit and shake paws for treats. My Ran is deaf and knows her commands by hand signals. My senior girl, Suki, knows her commands in Japanese, although she's losing her hearing with her old age and luckily also knows the hand signals I use for Ran. The most recently adopted of them, Seiji, sits but is still confused about shaking paws so he only does it part of the time.

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    1. I know had signals for most of my verbal commands. When I was in school, we learned hand signals and verbal commands at the same time. They wanted to be sure we would know what our humans wanted even if we developed hearing troubles. I actually respond more reliably to the hand signals.
      Hugs,
      Pepper

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  5. When you are a old dog of 13 you don't need to know any tricks to get a treat, all you need is sad eyes.

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    1. I agree, at 13 yrs, you have eared the right for free treats.
      Hugs,
      Pepper

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  6. My dog Ella will jump up and do a 360 twist for treats.

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  7. They must be yummy if you roll for them! I don't like to rollover either.

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    1. OMD!! I am over the moon for the Just Chicken! I haven't done a roll for almost a year, but I will roll all day long for Just Chicken! I even try to jump to grab it, even though I have been taught not to do that. It is so yummy that I get impatient and can't help myself. But Mom won't release the treat until i do a trick. Has Bailie learned to rollover yet?
      Hugs,
      Pepper

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  8. OMD, those look AMAZIN' Pepper!! I loves dehydrated treaties, and those sweet potato ones look mighty tasty to me!!!
    I loves your tricks!!! Now Ma says she's gonna teach me the 'high five' (between you and me, I already kinda do it for my 'shake' butts shhhh, we won't tell her! )
    Great review Pepper!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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    1. BOL!! Sneaky Ruby! Certainly make her give you pawsome Just Chicken before you let her know you can do the high five/paw! Your Ma will feel so proud when she thinks she taught you a new trick. ;) (shhhh! our secret)
      Hugs,
      Pepper

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  9. Neeko would do "bang!"

    Love that they are handmade with quality ingredients!

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    1. I don't know "bang". I wonder if I can convince Mom to give me more Just Chicken to learn that trick? Mom loves them for the same reasons = handmade with quality ingredients.
      Hugs,
      Pepper

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  10. When he sees yummy treats, he forgets himself. So I'm hoping he will use one of the sets of pet steps I just got him to get into the car. He was terrified of using a pet ramp, so that's gone....

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    1. A trail of yummy treats is the best way to learn using a Pet ramp or steps :) I insist on treats when I learn anything new. The harder the "trick", the better the treat better be! BOL!! Just Chicken from 2 Dogs Treats is now at the top of my "will do anything to get it" list. :)
      Hugs,
      Pepper

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  11. Pepper!!! You do the cutest, quickest little "roll" I've ever seen! What a fabulous trick! Ma has tried for a long time to get me to roll over but it just isn't going to happen. I don't like it one bit. BOL Those treats must be super good for you to do ALL your tricks just to get a piece.
    *high paw*
    Oz

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  12. I'll do it all in a single motion...speak,lay down, shake, and stay

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  13. My dog spins and then sits and catches a treat.

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  14. My doggies don't know tricks per se, but they sure know how to sit for treats. :)

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  15. Sit, lay and roll over :)
    nurse_mommy(at)live(dot)com

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  16. My dog does The Prairie Dog. Recently, she's added a Dramatic Chipmunk move to the end of it. Very funny stuff.

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