After all that is where the human is likely storing the dog treats, as well as all the tasty tidbits that are off-limits to even the most deserving hound. Its also where that human magic called cooking occurs. Now, I love cooking for my dogs, but sometimes I am just feeling too lazy or too busy (such as when a new puppy has entered the home). At those times I like to turn to treats from Pug in The Kitchen. .
|Sir Tubs-a-Lot (Tubby), Starship Pugerprise (Weasley) and (Ping-a-Ling) Ping in Weasley's X-Pen in the kitchen (The Nicknames are from Sarge's Nick Name Game)|
There treats are home-made by real dog lovers and contain nutritious, yummy ingredients. They offer grain free and allergy friendly options. The treats are made in small batches and are all natural so you never have to worry about re-calls. Plus their very economical! For aproximately 20 dollars you get 2 lbs of tasty tidbits. Treats from Pugs in the Kitchen arrive vacuum packed to ensure freshness and can be frozen until you want to use them.
|Grain Free Lavendar Chicken, Cheese Pizza, and Pumpkin Kisses Treats|
|"Put away the damn camera and give me a treat already!"|
|"I think I'll help myself"|
|"Hey Bob, when do you think she is going to give us a treat?"|
Mom bought the toys right away and luckily she bought extra because they don't seem to have the Insignia dog toy anymore. Hopefully, they can still make it because it is already our favorite. Weasley in particular loves the toy, after a nice round of fetch its perfect for a nap
Particularly when you are wearing your Star Fleet Cadets t-shirt!