Monday, August 24, 2015

Review and Giveaway: Redbarn Woolly Bullies

The Chesnut Mutts Redbarn Woolly Bullies Review and Giveaway

["The Chesnut Mutts" were given the product in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are genuinely mine and we would not share a product that we did not fully believe in. Please do not use any image without permission. This post also contains affiliate links]

Ok, so far we have reviewed Redbarn's Bully Nuggets, Lamb Ears, Choppers, and now we have something that combines two of these treats together. 

When you combine Bully Nuggets and Lamb Ears together (minus the beef lung) you get something called Woolly Bullies! These are the same high-quality Redbarn Lamb Ears combined with their signature bull pizzle sauce. Yummy!

Monday, August 17, 2015

Review & Giveaway: Dr. Harvey's Oracle Dog Food

The Chesnut Mutts Dr. Harvey's Oracle Dog Food Review and Giveaway

 ["The Chesnut Mutts" were compensated in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are genuinely mine and we would not share a product that we did not fully believe in. Please do not use any image without permission. This post also contains affiliate links]

Raw and homemade dog foods are becoming quickly becoming a trend in the dog food industry. For me, my main qualms with switching to this kind of food is messing up the ratios somehow with my dog ending up lacking the right amount of nutrients, and how long it takes to prepare can be an issue. I know if I put my mind to it I could probably conquer raw and homemade foods, but right now let's take it one step at a time.

A company that is known for it's homemade dog food mixes is Dr. Harvey's. We learned about them in a BlogPaws Chat on Twitter and won some of their treats (which my girls loved!) We also met them at the BlogPaws convention and Delmar told them how much he loved their Coconut Smiles treats.

Dr. Harvey's Fine Health Foods for Companion Animals
(Source: www.drharveys.com)

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Quick Review: Michelle Huntting's Zen Dog Class

The Chesnut Mutts and Michelle Huntting's Zen Dog Class
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We were contacted by Michelle Huntting to see if we would want to attend her new online dog training class called "The Zen Dog". I was very eager and so far we have attended the first two weeks and have two more to go. Jada and Bailey have learned so much and seem to have better manners overall.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Review & Giveaway: Jones Natural Chews - Spring Fling

The Chesnut Mutts Jones Natural Chews - Spring Fling Review and Giveaway

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Chews are probably the absolute favorite type of treat ever according to a dog. There are many different types to choose from, but they are usually either some kind of bone or rawhide. Chews that are byproducts of the meat industry are sometimes seen as controversial, but to me I say why waste it? Ears, feet, tails, snouts, you name it.

Needless to say, dogs love them and they play an important role as a boredom breaker, a treat, or just because! When you are looking for a chew you want to buy from a reputable brand. Jones Natural Chews specializes in making natural dog chews and have roots in meat cutting and butchering. Jones Natural Chews started in the 80's- you know if a company has been around for a while they must be doing something good. So let's find out!

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Review & Giveaway: Purrfectplay


The Chesnut Mutts Purrfect Play Review and Giveaway

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How do you pick a toy for your dog? Size? Shape? Durability? Material? Color? Tuggable? Squeaky? After a couple of years with your dog hopefully you will figure out what kind of toy is suitable for your dog. For example, Jada has to have very durable squeaky toys while Bailey is pretty much fine with anything, but something on the more durable side is better. Also, for Jada I try to stay away from plastic because it could cause an allergic flare-up (according to her ImmuneIQ report).

Some people are trying to go the more natural route with toys- using upcycled, wool, or hemp materials free of dyes and plastics. I am totally behind this, especially how often these toys are inside our pup's mouths and sometimes, but hopingly not, ingested.

If you are looking for a great online shop that provides these types of items, look no further than Purrfectplay!

Purrfectplay logo
(Source: purrfectplay.com)

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