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Milo's Kitchen Home-Style Dog Treats



Hey Neighbors!

We were on the road all day today, so this post is a little later in the day than I would like.  My box of Milo's Kitchen Home Style Dog Treats arrived the other day.  We tried to be quiet while opening them, but somehow our dogs seem to know when there is something for them to try.  By the time the box was opened and we had taken pictures we had two Shelties at our feet.



My daughter and I both agree they smell good!  I think our Shelties agree too!  They certainly show up fast enough when the hear us open one of the bags.  I think I might have half a bag total left from the three bags of treats.



We received three flavors of the Milo's Kitchen Dog Treats, Steak Grillers, Chicken Grillers and Grilled Burger Bites.  Sounds like summer flavors since they are grilled.  Yes, they actually look like pieces of grilled chicken or steak and the grilled burgers, look like a burger patty.  There are no artificial flavors or colors, and real chicken or beef is the #1 ingredient.  Not to mention, they are made in the USA.


Milo's Kitchen Treats:
·         Milo’s Kitchen® Home-style Dog Treats believes dogs deserve treats made with the same quality of ingredients and care that you want for your food. That’s why we made a treat truck just for dogs!
·         Each recipe is carefully prepared to bring out all the flavors your dog loves. Milo’s Kitchen makes a unique line of mouthwatering varieties for your dog including: Chicken Meatballs, Beef Sausage Slices with Rice, Steak Grillers Recipe, Chicken Grillers Recipe, Grilled Burger Bites, and Chicken Jerky Recipe.



For any of my neighbors in the Chicago area, the Milo's Kitchen Treat Truck is planning a visit to Chicago.
·         The Milo’s Kitchen Treat Truck will be coming to your area so plan a special date with your dog and join us:
o   July 19th – Chicago, IL, Windy City Pet Expo, 1033 North Villa Ave. 
*Dog parks are subject to change due to weather and foot traffic
·         Please let us know if you plan on attending one of the events so we can be sure to keep you updated on any location changes.
·         It wouldn’t be a food truck without home-style dog treats! Your dog is invited to try free samples of Milo’s Kitchen®treats so you can figure out which varieties will have your four-legged friend begging for more.

I also received a $25 Visa Gift Card with our Milo's Kitchen Treats, so we can buy more treats!  The best news is, one neighbor is going to receive the same box I did.  A bag of all three flavor treats and a $25 Visa Gift Card.  Are you begging yet? Sit, stay while I share a little more information.  Be sure to lick, I mean, Like Milo's Kitchen HERE on Facebook!

This giveaway is open to US residents only and no PO Boxes.   “The Milo’s Kitchen® dog treats, gift cards, and information have been provided by Milo’s Kitchen®.” 

Now you can enter!  See you soon!






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Comments

Linda Szymoniak said…
I have five Treeing Walker Coonhounds - there's very little they WON'T do for a treat. Mostly they'll do their basic tricks - sit, shake, speak, sit up, etc.
Wanda McHenry said…
My dog is so spoiled she knows she doesn't have to do anything. I tried teaching her tricks and she refused, but gladly took the treat!!!
Darlene said…
My dog will speak, sit, lay down and roll over sometimes.
Marti Tabora said…
My dog Bullet will do almost anything for a treat. He will fetch the ball and sit or lie down, but sometimes he will even speak for a treat.
HS said…
He will roll over for good treat.
Susan Christy said…
My dogs dance for treats.
Barbara Montag said…
Our dog will shake hands and literally beg for a good treat!
thank you
Mami2jcn said…
My dog will jump up for a treat.
618mom said…
My dogs dance.
Em Mahr said…
My dog will do almost anything! He will sit, lay down, shake, give five, speak, roll over, come stay, etc. Entered with name Em Mahr
Linda said…
She will roll over for treats.
Elena said…
My dog will sit and shake hands for a treat
Elena said…
My dog will sit and shake hands for a treat.

Elena said…
My dog will sit and shake hands for a treat
Joanne said…
My dogs will sit and twirl for a treat!
MamaStace said…
My dog will put out his paw for a treat, nothing fancy!

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scottsgal said…
mine run and sit right at the pantry door when we ask if they want a cookie
Steph said…
My dogs will sit still for a good treat.
Anonymous said…
my dog will run around and yelp
Unknown said…
My dog will sit and stay for a treat.

rounder9834 @yahoo.com
JewelWood said…
He will jump up and down and chase me everywhere for a good treat if he knows I have them!!
Unknown said…
my dog will do just about anything for a great treat
Janet W. said…
My dog will jump around and do circles for a treat!
Ellie Wright said…
My dogs will sit up and beg for treats.
Shelly Peterson said…
my dog will give lots of kisses(licks) for some treats.
Unknown said…
My Dogs Will Run In Circles And Wag Their Tails!
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akronugurl said…
my dog will dance

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Coolestmommy said…
My dogs will even sit and shake hands to get a treat.
Just about anything! Give a cute look is all it takes.
laborders2000 said…
My sweet furbaby will roll over and handshake for a treat;)
cstironkat said…
My dogs will spin and then catch a treat.
LauraJJ said…
Haha...Bella thinks she needs a good treat to come in the house! She likes to sit there and wait on the deck until I get a treat bag out to coax her in! She has it all figured out! :)
My dog is getting old so about the only thing he will do is bark at you and wag his tail a bit for a treat.
Jennai said…
He will bark and whine!
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steve weber said…
My dog would lay down and give me her paw.
Allison Downes said…
He will roll over for a treat.

Thanks for the chance to win this!
Kellie's Camera said…
She will give me a high five :)
Susie's Reviews said…
My rescue dog James will help my pick up his toys for a good treat!
luckynordberg said…
He will sit for a treat. That's his only trick.
Arifamily
My girls only know how to do one thing when it comes to treats. Sit and bark.

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