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New Health Pet Products Turkey & Sweet Potato Jerky

Hi Neighbors!

Today I had the opportunity to let our dogs try the New Health Pet Products Turkey & Sweet Potato Jerky.  Now, may of you know we have 5 Shelties.  They LOVE the word treat.  We have a couple o picky eaters, and then we have a couple that will eat just about anything that smells good.




Since we had a little visitor, she wanted to hand out the Turkey & Sweet Potato Jerky treats.  Some of the girls, will sit for treats, but others just sort of look at you when you ask them to sit.  She tried Belle first, but  Belle is a little hesitant with strangers.  See Belle below licking her lips.




Next she tried Pansy.  Pansy was a little more willing, as long as a treat was involved.  She sits so pretty and waits so patiently



New Health treats are made to be naturally low in fat and calories.  These treats are 100% natural and are made in America.

From New Health Pet Products:
These treats are high in protein, grain free and contain no added chemicals or additives. 

You can feed your furry friend New Health Pet Products treats and know that you are keeping them healthy.  Do remember that treats are treats and should be given out intermittently.  Be sure to check out their website to see what all they have to offer.

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Comments

Marti Tabora said…
I know my dog would love these, he is particularly fond of sweet potato.
Darlene said…
My dog shakes, lays down, speaks and rolls over.
Marti Tabora said…
My dog will sit, lay down, and shake for a treat. When he hears the word treat he will automatically sit down, it's so funny. Thank you.
Leela said…
Sit up and speak.
bettycd said…
Max is capable of incredible sneaky behavior to include high jumping and delicately grabbing exactly what he loves.
Linda Szymoniak said…
There's not much my dogs WON'T do for a treat. I mostly have them do the standard. Sit, shake paw, etc.
Daniel Scott said…
My dogs can shake, catch, spin, sit and howl for treats. On Sundays they know that it is teeth brushing day, and then its dental treat time.
Anonymous said…
My little Emmett would love these treats. Patricia
Shelley P said…
My dog, Ella, gets so excited when she is about to get a treat she jumps up and does a complete twist in the air. It's very cute!! :)

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