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Review of VetDogs Treats

12:08 AM

My dogs love their treats.  We often use treats to motivate and reward them.  I prefer small treats, as they could eat too many, and if they resemble real meat -- it's even better!

We gave our pups a bag of VetDog Treats to try over the past couple of weeks, and they really, really liked them.  The smell was very meaty, which made my Great Pyrenees/Bloodhound mix go crazy!  We gave him a few treats every time he did a good deed, and it didn't interfere with his meals.

Those who are concerned about what you give your pets will appreciate how simple these treats are; they contain no fillers or gluten meals, and have naturally sourced linoleic acid to help support a healthy skin and coat.  In addition to being a hit with the pups, VetDogs treats goes the extra mile to give a portion of the proceeds from the sale of their products to support programs for disabled veterans and active duty servicemen and women.  How can you not like that?

Here is more info on the concept of VetDogs:
The Veteran's K-9 Corps® is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization founded by the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind and serves the needs of disabled veterans and active duty personnel. Since 1946, the Guide Dog Foundation has provided guide dogs and training at no cost to people who are blind or visually impaired, including veterans. In 2003, the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind recognized the need for an overall assistance dog program for veterans that would incorporate guide dogs, service dogs, and state-of-the-art mobility devices – especially as our nation’s veterans age and as our country’s wounded warriors return home from active conflicts aboard. America’s VetDogs was created and incorporated to give veterans easy access to the best services possible to improve their lives.
You can find more information about the VetDogs products at their website, or check them out on Twitter and Facebook!

Wanna Save?  Get a 50 cent coupon on the VetDogs site!  (Look for the "coupon" button on the right-hand side of the page.)

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