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Knock Knock
Who's there?
Irish Who?
Irish you a happy St. Patrick's Day.

Happy St. Patrick's Day! 

What do you call a fake stone in Ireland?  (A sham-rock!)

Thanks for sending me two free products for my dog, Kiah, in exchange for an honest review!  I was not paid for this and all opinions expressed are 100% my own.  

Look at my sweet girl, waiting to eat her tasty treat! 

This month we are celebrating St. Patricks Day and even though I didn't find a cute green scarf for my dog to wear she did enjoy her two new treats.  

The first one we got was a Salmon and Turkey Formula.  This particular food is freeze-dried and not dehydrated so the nutrients are still there.  This is a new item from Halo and my dog gobbled it up.   I personal had a hard time with the fishy smell, but my dog loved the salmon.   The pieces are very small and soft, for a dog with dental issues or older dog this is an easy one to munch on.  My silly husband did try this and stated it tasted exactly like it is advertised dried salmon.  

The other product I reviewed this month was the Joyful Jerky Filets.  The texture seemed just like normal beef jerky and of course my husband tried this one... I thought he was going to keep it to himself.   He stated it tasted like normal jerky but less seasoning and more salt instead.  This is a great product just like the bag says it is "100% human grade."  It is all natural, ranch raised beef, and no fillers.  I like that it is an American product!   Shop local!  

Look at this big piece of the Jerky and as you can see my dog Kiah is waiting in the background.   Her tail was wagging and she was not liking the fact that I was taking a picture.  


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