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Some Petacular Chews From Front Porch Pets!

Hi Neighbors!

Hope's Cafe received a complete line of dog chews from Front Porch Pets.  Take a minute and read about her experiences and see what the dogs thought about them.  I hope all of you are enjoying our Petacular Event with Hope's cafe and PI of Products!


Our dogs love chew bones. However, I've heard a lot of horror stories about the rawhide type chews, so I really don't like giving them to my pets. I was thrilled to discover Front Porch Pets, which offers a complete line of dog chews, bones and "cookies", all made from sweet potatoes! They're called Sam's Yams, and they come in a variety of shapes, flavors and sizes. 



I received a box of Sam's Yams goodies. This included 1 package of every product; Sam's Yams Bichon Fries, Big Boyz and Veggie Rawhides, the Sam's Yams Cookies in Berry Yammy, Green and Clean, Cranapple Crunchers, Hoppin' Good Carrot Crunchers and Pumpkin Cruncher, as well as the Calmy Chamomile Bones. When I opened the box, all 3 of our Shelties came in to check it out.







We have since tried all of the Sam's Yams products (or rather our dogs have tried them :). I love being able to give a chew or bone to my dog, without worrying about the possibility of rawhide getting stuck in her throat. The Big Boyz are great to keep her busy while we're out running errands, or during the night. 

Calmly Chamomile Bones

Hoppin' Good Carrot Crunchers


Big Boyz


The dogs all seem to enjoy all of the Sam's Yams, cookies, and bones, but Glory has a particular favorite-she LOVES the Bichon Fries! I don't know if it's the size or shape, or what, but she really loves them. These are made with sweet potato just like the other treats and chews, but they're cut like french fries. These are definitely Glory's favorite; it's funny to see how she prefers them, even though they're the same ingredients as the other sweet potato chews!



One reader will receive a box containing 1 package each of the Front Porch Pets Treats. Are you ready to enter?  Then let's go!

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Comments

susanlulu said…
My dogs would like the yam ones best too, I think.
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jill24295 said…
LOL - love the Sam's Yams - Bichon Fries Regular size - 5 oz.!
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Darlene said…
My dogs would love the Sam's Yams - Veggie Rawhide as my dogs love rawhides.
Shelley P said…
My dogs would love the
Sam's Yams - Cookies - Berry Yammy the best I think :)
Caitlyn said…
I bet the bichon fries would be a hit in our house.
pmj said…
My dog would like the big boyz.
Deb K said…
My boys would love the Sam's Yams - Cookies - Berry Yammy!
My girls would love the Sam's Yams - Bichon Fries the best
CranApple Orange Crunchers
Angie Bailey said…
My pups would like the Sam's Yams - Cookies - Berry Yammy - Bag (Angie PreciselyMine).
Joanne said…
My guys would love Hoppin' Good Carrot Crunchies!
Unknown said…
I think my pups would enjoy the Sam's Yams - Cookies - Hoppin' Good Carrot Crunchies.

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