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Fair Dinkum Doggies Love Yogi-Dog



Hey neighbors!!

We recently received some Yogi-Dog yogurt for....DOGS!  Our furry friends LOVE it!!  They can't wait for me to add a spoonful to their food.  As you can see in the picture above Bobbie just can't wait for me to unseal the container.  Yogi-Dog is a great treat for your pups.  You can give then a spoonful, or just add a spoonful to their food.  Ours will eat it both ways, but I need to be really fast to get it on their food before they try licking the spoon.




Amazingly enough, our newest member of the family, our crazy cat, loves Yogi-Dog as well.  Paisley was even willing to share off the same spoon with her.  Paisley is simply obsessed with her.  She follows her around the house and they actually play together.  The other pups just tolerate poor kitty.




I am really hoping a store near us will start carrying Yogi-Dog yogurt.  Our puppets really like it and it is good for them.  Yogi-Dog is lactose and sugar free.  So it is good for your pets stomach.  On top of that it has healthy probiotics, which encourage the absorption of good bacteria and the rejection of bad.  There is nothing artificial in Yogi-Dog Yogurt, so you can rest easy knowing their special treat is good for them!!



If you can't find You-Dog yogurt anywhere around you, they have a letter on their website, that you can print off and take to your local grocer to encourage them to carry Yogi-Dog.



Yogi-Dog yogurts are available in three flavors.  You can choose from Original, Cheddar Cheese and Peanut Butter Cream.  Our pups LOVE all three flavors.  No preference just so long as they get some!!

At the Fence recommends Yogi-Dog as a wonderful food additive or special treat for your furry family member!  Thanks for stopping by and be sure to visit again soon!!

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