Thursday, June 30, 2016

#ChewyInfluencer Zuke's Mini Naturals Wild Rabbit Recipe Dog Treats

Yep, I am gonna link this little posty up 2 the Blog Hop that iz hosted efurry month by

It wuz just Tuezday that mom made me 
show u'all the 87 pikchurez she took of me openin'the package that I gotz-
u can c'em HERE
Here iz what else wuz in that envelope-

 Yes, the Wild Wabbit kind fer the hunter in me.

Mom got in a hurry an'tore 
a little of the package so 
I wood hurry up an'open the bag.  BUTT
once I smelled'em-
it didn't take me long tue git tue'em. 

Ok - after all that werk an'still the mom makez me WAIT!
I will hafta remind her- sent theze treatz tue ME!
Who gave her permisshun tue tell me what tue due with'em?
May-b she NEEDZ more trainin'!

See theze pawprintz?  Yep - that iz 

Ok - u'all know the rootine-
Now MY mom will talk tue YOUR peepz
altho your mind may already b made up!

Mom Kim here-
I know, it seems like I might be a bit confused - Lady Shasta is a Beagle - not really considered "small dog" but she gains weight super easy and even though she is 9, has earned her CGC and does a few tricks - I keep up on working with her just to keep her active and alert.  Therefore, I need treats that are small - Zuke's Mini Naturals fit that requirement perfectly. And I like to use them in her treat ball and the Outward Hound Doggy Blocks as well.  Not to mention they are nutritious and she loves them - she is super eager to please. Here is a list of the key benefits as shown on the website-
Key Benefits
  • Only 3.5 calories per treat
  • Great for frequent rewards and training
  • Healthy, nutrient-rich cherries, rosemary and turmeric
  • Small-sized treats are ideal for all ages and breeds
  • Highly palatable
  • No corn, wheat or soy
  • Made in the USA!
And don't forget that yummy rabbit ingredient!

We were sent 1 - 6oz, bag of
Zuke's Mini Naturals 
Wild Rabbit Recipe Dog Treats 
for our honest opinion only.
There was no other compensation involved.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Goin'to the beach on a not quite Wordless Wednesday

Mom an'me say thank-u tue 
BlogPaws fer hostin'the 
Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop 
which we iz linkin'up tue this week.

Me an'mom (really fer me)
got a surprize the other day-
when Mom went tue check the mail there wuz none BUTT
there wuz a box!
Mom wuz lookin'kinda b-fuddled an'sed
Hmm - I didn't order anything.

Hmmm - wunder what that curly red stuff iz?
Hey mom!  Lookit this neeto-sweeto 
beach stuffz I gotz frum 
dear Ms Sydney an'the nice peepz at  

Me an'my frendz r prakticin'uzin'it fer 
when we go tue the beach.

Can we go tue the beach NOW mom?

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

#ChewyInfluencer Wellness Petite Treats Soft Mini-Bites with Lamb, Apples & Cinnamon Grain-Free Dog Treats

Me an'mom wood like tue thank
fer hostin'this Blog Hop.

Hey mom - wuz that the doorbell I herd?
Yep - it's sumthin'fer me frum
Mom wuz so impressed by my package-openin'ability that
she took more pikchurez - she sed I reminded her of 
Angel Shiloh-

 See what I can due?

 Mom wuz so x-cited 'bout
gittin'theze good pikchurez of 
me openin'stuffz that she took lotza pikchurez.  That last pikchure in this group showz u what the treatz look like.

Now az u'all can c in this pikchure the bag iz now
I can smell the yummy goodness in theze treatz.

(Mom made me  hafta wait while she got the pikchure -NOT NICE!)

Sooo, while my mom talkz tue u'all 'bout
theze treatz 
(may-b she can x-plain y she got a small dog treat fer me when I iz not a small dog)
I iz gonna go "sample" sum more.
Oh by the way -
Mom Kim here - yes, I got those small dog treats because they are an ideal size to use while training - you can use a few without your dog gaining weight.  They are also an ideal size to use in Lady Shasta's treat ball

I like them also because of the yummy ingredients which she readily gobbles up, things like-

Lamb Meal, Dried Ground Potatoes, Cane Molasses, Pea Fiber, Apples, Flaxseed, Chick Peas, Salt, Cinnamon, Rosemary Extract and stuff to keep all those things fresh and good tasting for your pet.  Wellness truly cares about our pets and tells all about the goodness that goes into Wellness products.  If you just click on that Wellness Petite Treats  link above then you will be able to read all about it.

Here is a list of the key benefits of these treats (that I borrowed from's website) that sums it all up-
Key Benefits

  • Delicious taste & healthy ingredients
  • Flaxseed for healthy, shiny coat
  • No artificial colors or flavors
  • Perfect for training or treating
And I will add one more because I know as a pet parent, we are all concerned with where what we give our pets to eat is made - well you can rest easy as Wellness products are made in Canada - another safe area. 

Along with Lady Shasta - I also wholeheartedly approve of these Wellness Petite Treats!

We were sent 1 - 6oz, bag of
Wellness Petite Treats Soft Mini-Bites with 
Lamb, Apples and Cinnamon Grain Free Dog Treats
for our honest opinion only.
There was no other compensation involved.

Monday, June 27, 2016

Napping for Bailey

Sweet Bailey of
left fer the Rainbow Bridge this past Wednezday.

I am joinin'Christmas'n 
otherz in Blogville in mem'ry of Bailey-
me an'mom hope all the nappin'pikchurez 
all over Blogville will put sum smilez on their facez.
Here iz me catchin'sum rayz.

Me nappin'on my Beagle bed durin'a thunderboomer-
I haf an old shirt of Angel Shiloh'z on which
helped me not b so scared of thunderboomerz.

May-b our Angel Shiloh haz met up with
Angel Bailey an'they r playin'at the
Rainbow Bridge.

Friday, June 24, 2016


Mom Kim here-
 I think it will always be impossible for me to 
really believe that 
my Shiloh is an angel at the
Rainbow Bridge
(from a longtime friend in a Beagle online group
who "met" Shiloh when he joined my furmily,
thank you Joanie.)

I don't know how often I will be doing posts like this but
I think I owe it to Angel Shiloh that
he continue to be a part of the
Team Beaglebratz blog.
Someone helped me remember just how much I owe him-
Angel Prudence's mom over at
has made a return to Blogville after 
a long absence following the journey of her
Angel Prudence to the Rainbow Bridge 
this past October.

So much of what I do now in the dog world would not
be happening if Shiloh had not become a part of my 
furmily back in 2003-
a puppy named Shiloh meets Oreo(YorkiPoo)

It was just 3 short years later when 
an older Shiloh would meet a puppy himself, named Shasta.
It was because of Shiloh, 
who already had turned into a great companion and 
therapy dog
This was the picture for our first Pet Partners Badge.
We visited at Midland Hospice.

Prior to that, in 2004,
when Shiloh was just 19 months old,
he earned his Canine Good Citizen award-

When he was five years old, Shiloh became a
Reading Education Assistance Dog
Due to having been evaluated with his Halti for control reasons,
he had to wear it at all sessions - as he mellowed, the Halti
became a thing of the past - WHEW!

It was because of all that I had been able to 
accomplish with Shiloh,
that Lady Shasta, 
whose doggy mom was Shiloh's littermate,
joined my furmily.

Here is a picture of Shiloh getting his blessing 
at Blessing of the Animals-

This last group of pictures for this edition of  
Flashback Friday with Angel Shiloh is from
another activity that was a first for me because of Shiloh, 
Paws In The Park,
an annual fundraiser for our local humane shelter-

This picture was of me and Shiloh in the kissing contest - nope, didn't win

Now this next picture is from our routine we did for 
Best Pet Trick - Shiloh would sit pretty, twirl on his hind legs, crawl, lay down and roll over.
We have THREE wins-three different years, from this contest-

 Shiloh had to show off his
first place medal for Best Pet Trick-
One year when Shiloh won, 
they gave away trophies for first place
for Best Pet Trick.

We even got to meet 
 McGruff, the crime dog-

That's all for this edition of 
Flashback Friday with Angel Shiloh
The many faces of Angel Shiloh
thank you Ann from Zoolatry