Are you ready for Halloween? Don’t forget about all the four-legged trick-or-treaters this year. I found some really fun Halloween inspired treats for our fur babies at chewy.com this year. Our rescue pups (Gizmo & Kira) have been loving their treats too. We got them some canned dog food and some treats to enjoy all month long. Chewy has lots to choose from though so make sure visit them for some fun treats for your pets.
We picked up some Blue Buffalo Boo Bars which are crunch dog biscuits that feature some fun Halloween shapes on them. They are so cute. Our dogs love them and scarf them down every time we give them one. They make the perfect Halloween treat for your dogs on Halloween night. It’s so fun to let them get in on the fun. With Boo Bars, the furry kids can enjoy a healthy treat while the other kids eat candy. Boo Bars are oven-baked for a crunch that would startle a vampire. Made from an original recipe, Boo Bars feature some of nature’s most delicious and nutritious ingredients including pumpkin, carrots, barley, oatmeal, flaxseed, and cinnamon.
We also picked up some Merrick Howl-O-Ween Stew wet dog food. How cute is this? I couldn’t get over the name. Our dogs love this food too, they can’t eat it quickly enough it seems like and want it over their other food (I think we have spoiled them). Nothing brings family together like a delicious holiday meal, and now your four-legged family member can have a natural, wholesome dinner made just for him with Merrick Seasonals Howl O’ Ween Stew Grain-Free Canned Dog Food. This hearty stew is all treats and no tricks with real de-boned chicken in a savory broth, along with fresh peas, sweet potatoes and, of course, pumpkin! The all-natural, grain-free recipe is easy to digest and ideal for the dog with allergies or other food sensitivities. Like all of Merrick’s high-quality foods, it’s proudly made in their Texas facility and contains no corn, wheat or soy for a lip-smacking meal that will leave him howling for more.
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