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Spectacular Petacular Event with Fruitables!

Hey neighbors!

We are starting off the first day of our Petacular Event with a company that volunteered to be our Treat of the Week, Fruitables.  They have offered to feature one treat each week and they are going to send three winners of each giveaway that specific Treat of the Week!  Isn't that GREAT!  Thank you Fruitables!  Now join At the Fence, Hope's Cafe and PI of Products as we kick off the Petacular Event!

So, to start off we have their Whole Jerky Natural Dog Treats.  Our dogs love them!  We have one dog that is very particular about what she eats and she likes Fruitables Jerky.  The Whole Jerky Treats come in three different flavors, Roasted Chicken Tenders, Grilled Bison Strips and Thick Cut Bacon.  All of the treats are premium cuts, no fillers and no nitrates.

Don't allow the name Fruitables to throw you off.  We will be reviewing their other natural dog treats that are filled with fruits and other good products for your faithful friend.

We took our dogs out in the snow and brought some of the Fruitables Whole Jerky Treats out with us.  Look how they respond!  They sit so nice and patiently waiting for their treats.  We actually have to spell treat, because if we say it out loud we end up with furry friends sitting at our feet!  I hope they don't learn what T-R-E-A-T spells!

Well, neighbors, you can see that all our furry friends are enjoying their Fruitables Whole Jerky Natural Dog Treats.  I have a feeling your dog is going to love them too!  It is great knowing that we can give our pets a special treat that is good for them.

A little about:
Vetscience was created by people with a passion for innovation and advanced nutrition with a primary focus on natural and harvest fresh ingredients. We believe deeply in proven efficacy, a commitment to research and animal health, and actively support major university studies, which have included significant breakthroughs in companion animal obesity and satiety research.

Now, as I said earlier Fruitables is going to be our treat of the week all through our Petacular Event, so be sure and follow them on their social media pages. Give them a tweet or shout out about how much you are enjoying them help sponsor the Petacular event.  You will be seeing more of the Fruitable products in the upcoming weeks.

Fruitables Social Media:
Facebook - Here
Twitter - Here

Now, be sure and enter the giveaway.  Three winners, will each receive the treat of the week.  Be sure to share with your friends about this giveaway and of course our Petacular Event.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Darlene said…
My dogs would like the Crispy bacon and apple.
Shelly Leatham said…
Curious about the Pumpkin digestive supplement
Shelley P said…
My dogs would love to try the Chicken Tenders Whole Jerky.
Em Mahr said…
I'd love to get the apple vacon skinny minis for my dog
katja9_10 said…
My dog would like the Thick Cut Bacon.

Les Johnson
katja9_10 said…
I am a GFC follower of all blogs under the name katja9_10.

Les Johnson
Unknown said…
I think the pumpkin mixes sound interesting- PumpkinBanana and PumpkinCranberry!
cstironkat said…
My dogs would like the Whole Jerky Chicken Jerky Tenders.
Unknown said…
I think my pups would enjoy the PumpkinMango Chewy Skinny Minis. I love that these are gluten free.
lmurley2000 said…
my dogs would like the roasted chicken tenders I think

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