Monday, October 13, 2014

Help Us Shower a Shelter With Treats!

by Carrie Boyko, CEB


All Things Dog Blog is back to make another donation to a Petfinder shelter in a reader's name, and this time we're aiming to tickle these pups tummies with treats that can be used as training devices. Aren't we sneaky!
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Our latest donation was well received when we delivered two packages of cleanup and grooming supplies (poop bags, shampoo and more) to A New Beginning, a Petfinder rescue. I'm fairly sure the dogs will smell us coming when we bring in a boatload of bags of yummy, USA- made treats.

You can enter to win a giveaway for a Petfinder shelter, and we'll deliver it with your name on it, if you like. The most important part is that we get the donation made. Our friends at Petfinder.com need all the help they can get with supplies, foster homes and food for the many pets in their care. So join us and let's try to make a donation in your name.

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14 comments:



Abby C said...

Medium biscuit dog treats work well for all sizes. It is even better if they are easy to break apart!



Abby C said...

To avoid allergies, I would stay away from the main proteins and stick with limited ingredients.



Katty k said...

for the allergic reactions
all I know is grain free is the best and no beef



Brynn said...

I know most dogs, no matter what size love the milk bones and they come in a variety of sizes to fit every puppy's needs :)
To avoid allergies I would make sure they are grain free and include some pumpkin or coconut oil :)



Schooner and Skipper said...

I would give a small biscuit



Schooner and Skipper said...

It would be a grain free treats



Theresa Spaid said...

For my 2 dogs I use medium to small treats even though they are big. You get more and they are old and its hard for them to eat large dog treats



Theresa Spaid said...

When it comes to allergies grain free treats would be best I think.



Jenna Z said...

I prefer tiny treats, even for large dogs. I (and our local shelter) mainly use treats for training and you can give a whole lot of fingernail-sized treats but big treats are often hard to break into smaller pieces.



Jenna Z said...

We have a dog with allergy issues and we have to avoid grains (corn, wheat and barley are the worst, we can handle a little rice) and fish ingredients including fish oil, which is in a lot of food and treats.



Shelley P said...

I like using small sized treats. They work well with all sized dogs. My dogs prefer the heart shaped treats because they are easy to break apart.



Shelley P said...

I would suggest grain free treats and limited ingredients. Shyla has allergies and she does well on jerky and freeze dried meats like chicken, duck and fish.



Pamela Curry said...

Grain Free Any Size FAVS!



Pamela Curry said...

Allergies? No Grain!!!

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