Product Review: Frisco Car Seat Cover

My dog says today the pups are excited to talk with you about the Frisco Quilted Car Seat Cover. Our family loves to go for outings, but the canine members here are big time shedders! Plus, one has a passion for running through mud puddles and then jumping into the car. That's why we were in the market for a car seat cover and wanted to see if the Frisco cover could meet our needs.



In the past, we bought a car seat cover from Ross for $12.99. it was hard and thin and it wouldn't stay in place. We hated it and took it off the car seat after just one use. This time, we knew you get what you pay for and a higher quality car seat cover was necessary if we wanted it to work.

Frisco offers four varieties of car seat covers which are all available on Chewy. We tested out the Friscso Quilted Water Resistant Bench Car Seat Cover. We liked the idea of a hammock-style cover, but after measuring our car's back seat, we thought the bench version would work better for us.

First, let's look at the premium features of this bench seat cover.

1. There is rubber webbing on the back of the cover to keep it in place and help prevent the cover from sliding around.



2. There are two anchors (they look like carrying handles, but they're not) that you shove into the seat to help keep the cover in place.

3. The straps that go over the headrests are adjustable. The area where the straps connect to the cover is also enforced really well so there won't be any tearing. (If you have an older model car like us that doesn't have those metal bars that allow the headrest to go up and down, you may have to play with the straps a little more to get them to stay in place, but you'll be able to do it.)



4. The quilting makes the cover more comfy and inviting. It's not slick or slippery at all. It also makes the cover look more tailored and attractive, too.


5. There's a flap in the front that covers the front part of the seat, as well, so you don't have to worry about the cover scrunching up and the seat getting exposed.

6. It's machine washable.

7. There are loops on each side of the cover, and slits in the middle, that allow you to thread through the seat belts so a human passenger can still ride safely in the back seat.

After we got the car seat cover installed, we let Alexander into the car to see what he thought. Of course, he had to rub his face and body all over it to claim it as his. Oh, Alex!


We've been using this cover for two weeks now and have taken trips to the dog park, the vet, and gone on a few rides around the neighborhood. The cover is still perfectly in place, with no slipping at all!

We're thrilled that we finally found a quality car seat cover that works well! Our upholstery can stay clean now and we're able to throw the cover into the wash as needed. We are very, very happy with the Frisco car seat cover from Chewy and give it an enthusiastic four out of four paws way up!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 

Product Review: Solid Gold Triple Layer Food Cups for Cats

My dog says today the pups are stepping aside and handing over the blog to KitCat, our in-house kitty reviewer! This week, KitCat checks out Solid Gold Triple Layer wet cat food. Without further adieu, let's get on with the show!


The Solid Gold Triple Layer has three amazing textures to it: pate, mousse, and shreds! The mousse is pumpkin and the shreds and pate are both meat protein. This food is for all ages, from kitten to senior. The layered style is a nice way to introduce different types of food to a kitten, especially, so he/she gets used to a variety of consistencies at a young age.



As always, we pay extra close attention to the first several ingredients in every food we test. For this variety, we found: chicken, turkey, pumpkin, egg white, whole egg, and tuna. That sounds like something yummy you'd make for a Sunday brunch, doesn't it?



Both grain and gluten free, this recipe is void of fillers like corn, wheat, and soy. There are also no artificial preservatives or flavors, and no carrageenan or BPA. What there is, though, is lots of meat protein and fiber-rich pumpkin which aids with healthy digestion.

Now, to the taste test...


KitCat sauntered over to the food and ate about half of it. He went back to his dish to polish it off a short time later. He ate all of food (we gave him a half cup at a time), but he didn't scarf it down like the Solid Gold Purrfect Pairings. Therefore, we give the Triple Layer three and a half out of four paws. We've never given KitCat pumpkin before, so undoubtedly that was a new flavor and texture to him. These wet food cups are filled with quality ingredients that we're really happy about, though, so we're going to try some of the other Triple Layer varieties to see if we find another flavor he might prefer (we got the turkey flavor, but there are also salmon, beef, and chicken recipes available).

The Solid Gold Triple Layer Mousse with Shreds is available on Chewy.com in a 6-cup case. Each cup is a good 2.75 ounce serving.

If your cat is a finicky eater, having three types of food in one cup may be just what you need. The pate/mousse/shreds combo cup is a brilliant idea and we look forward to trying other Triple Layer flavors in the future!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 


Product Review: Sojos Mix-a-Meal Freeze Dried Dog Food

My dog says today we're going to look at a brand that is new to us: Sojos. This company has been around for almost 40 years, but it's one we weren't familiar with so we wanted to check it out.

We decided to sample the Sojo's Mix-a-Meal Freeze Dried Turkey, which is grain free. Chewy.com has it listed as a topper so it seemed like a good first product to start with.


When the package arrived, we saw the spoon over the bowl on the front of the bag and we started to wonder if it was a food we needed to add water to. We read everything on the bag and it said nothing about water, so we used it as a topper and a treat.

The Sojos Mix-a-Meal has one ingredient: turkey. It's a ready-to-eat protein that can be added to any food. Sojos ingredients are globally sourced, but nothing comes from China. The product is made in America in the state of Minnesota.

We wanted to give each of the dogs a nugget to sample first, fully intending to snap a photo and then move on to feeding...but that was not to be. As soon as we opened the bag and started to pour it into a bowl so we could take a photo, a full scale riot ensued! The dogs started running around, barking, and jumping. They were beside themselves trying to get to the food. It was unlike anything we've ever seen!

Important Note: We poured the nuggets into the bowl for photo purposes only. The food should not be served this way. It needs to be added to something else (e.g. kibble, pre-mix, wet food, etc) so it's a complete and balanced meal. 



We quickly took the bowl and started to hand out samples with one hand, and held the camera with the other so we could snap a picture of them taking the nuggets. Well, we literally couldn't take a photo quickly enough before they snatched the nuggets and gulped them down. We tried...and tried...and tried. The camera simply couldn't take a photo quicker than the dogs could wolf down a nugget! Soooooo, that said, here's a pic of two of the pups with blurry tongues after grabbing and gulping down the Sojos nuggets.


We were thrilled with how much the pups loved the Sojos, so we looked around Chewy to see what other products Sojos offers. They have a ton of items to choose from and there's a premix that can be used with this "protein" line so you can offer your pup a nutritionally-balanced meal. We'll have to try that next.

Chewy offers an 8 ounce bag of the Sojos Mix-a-Meal freeze dried turkey flavor. Even though 8 ounces doesn't sound like a lot, you'll be surprised how big the bag is. We have small dogs in the house and know this bag will last awhile (remember, this is for supplemental feeding and isn't a well-rounded meal on its own so it'll last longer than you might suspect).

Based on the mayhem that ensued the moment we opened the bag, we give the Sojos Mix-a-Meal an overwhelming four out of four paws! We highly recommend you try this product!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 


Product Review: Merrick Lil' Plates Mini Medley Variety Pack

My dog says today we have a review for the small dogs in the audience! Not all food is made alike, and we always like to test out foods that are made especially for small breed pups! That's why we were excited to try out Merrick Lil' Plates food from Chewy.com.



The variety pack we chose to check out is the mini medley that includes three different varieties: Petite Pot Pie (in gravy), Itsy Bitsy Beef Stew, and Tiny Thanksgiving Day Dinner (in gravy). Honestly, when we got this box, we didn't notice the in gravy nor the mini medley. One of our pups always has an issue with food in gravy (yep, he get the runs), so we tend to steer clear of it. But, more on that shortly.


As you know, we always pay close attention to the ingredient list of all the food we test. We were quite pleased with what we saw in the Lil' Plates. Here are the first five ingredients of each variety (remember, ingredients are listed in descending order so you always want to pay special attention to the first several ones listed):
  • Petite Pot Pie - Deboned chicken, chicken broth, turkey broth, chicken liver, dried egg whites. 
  • Itsy Bitsy Beef Stew - Beef, beef broth, venison broth, beef liver, dried egg whites.
  • Tiny Thanksgiving Day Dinner - Deboned turkey, turkey broth, chicken broth, chicken liver, deboned chicken.


These ingredients are solid and protein rich! No grain, no by-products, no gluten, and no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. This product is made in the United States, Texas to be specific, and uses locally sourced ingredients. So we really like that, too!

Now, onto the taste test!


We gave everyone a normal serving, but we gave our "gravy-adverse' pup (Alexander) a small sample serving. Everyone gobbled it up! Over the course of several meals, we put the food on top of kibble and we sometimes mixed it in with the kibble. We also tried all three of the different flavors and all of them were met with wagging tails and dancing paws!

We also gradually increased Alexander's serving size, as well. It should also be noted that the gravy is way thicker that what you might expect. It's actually gravy consistency, not watery at all. And, we're very happy to report that Alexander didn't have any issue with loose or runny stool. That's pretty unheard of and we were quite happy that we found a food in gravy that he can safely enjoy!

The Merrick Lil' Plates Mini Medley variety pack is sold on Chewy in a 12-tray box (four of each flavor) and is a good price for a quality food! Although we were skeptical when we noticed we got a cuts in gravy style food, we were delighted about our mistake! We happily give this assortment an enthusiastic four out of four paws!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews.  

Chewy Now Has an Online Pet Pharmacy

My dog says we are excited to learn there's a new way to get our pet prescriptions online! Chewy.com, where we always order our pet food, now has a pharmacy!

Unfortunately, we have several pets on meds. We order an assortment of pills and ointments for our furry kiddos with heart issues, diabetes, dry eye, bad skin, and more. We currently order our prescription dog food from Chewy, so we are super excited to learn that we can order our pet meds there now, too!

The absolute best part of Chewy Pharmacy is that you can order your meds and pet food and supplies in the same order. That means it's super easy to reach the $49 threshold for free shipping, too! (Note that your meds and pet food/supplies might ship from different locations, so it's very possible you'll get your orders delivered separately.)

Chewy Pharmacy is accessible through the Chewy.com homepage. Just look for Pharmacy on the navigation bar up top. You can then use the drop down box to select what type of product you need. The Pharmacy has everything you'd expect: flea prevention, skin and coat treatments, allergy relief, eye care, medications, and more.



Find what you want in the pharmacy and add it to your cart. When you're ready to checkout, your pet's vet information will be collected.



You'll need to fill in your pet's name, vet's name, and approval method (that means deciding to have Chewy contact your vet for the prescription authorization or telling Chewy you'll be sending in the prescription yourself). Once you add the name of your veterinarian, you'll likely be given a couple options to choose from so you can select your proper office.




The process is quick and you only have to do this on your first order and for any new prescription medications you add in the future. And since the Pharmacy is part of Chewy, if you're order is a little shy of the free shipping threshold you can just add a bag of treats or a dog toy or something to get to that magic $49.

The first order will take a little longer than a typical Chewy delivery since your vet will need to be contacted and your prescription will have to be authorized. This'll be the case for any new prescriptions. As long as you have refills, though, all future prescriptions will be filled without that extra step.

The prices on Chewy Pharmacy are really good too, much less that what you'd pay at your vet's office. And the selection is solid. Our pups are on four different medications (Vetmedin, Enalapril, Lasix, and Tobramycin) and also prescription flea treatment, Bravecto. We found everything we needed in the Chewy Pharmacy, so we were quite pleased.

Our first order arrived in a week (remember when you order that FedEx doesn't deliver on Sunday or Monday, so factor that in so you don't run out of important meds!). Our order was in a padded, blue Chewy envelope, so if you have a small order, be sure to look for that and not the typical Chewy box.



Overall, we are very pleased with Chewy Pharmacy! The selection is good, the ordering process is easy, and the delivery is prompt. If you're spending a fortune at the vet's office for your pets' prescription items, stop throwing away your money! Look in the pharmacy today and find the meds you need. Then throw a special toy or treat into your cart with the extra money you'll be saving!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we were able to test out Chewy Pharmacy free of charge. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 

Product Review: Taste of the Wild Canyon River Formula for Cats

My dog says KitCat was anxious to try out a new food this week, so we ordered something for him to taste test! He picked the Canyon River flavor from Taste of the Wild. Did KitCat like it? Let's see...



The Canyon River flavor is a grain-free, canned food and features trout as its first ingredient, with fish broth, vegetable broth, and ocean fish following suit. There's even some smoked salmon in it, and also carrots, blueberries, and raspberries for antioxidant support. Added taurine provides support for healthy heart function and strong eyesight, too!


The food is a chunky variety, with little cubes in a thick gravy. The gravy provides nice moisture for the food, but is not at all watery. It's nice and thick. The gravy also doesn't take up a lot of the can (like many foods in gravy!); this is a canned packed with meat.

KitCat seemed to find it necessary to take out one cube at a time, set it on the floor, and then eat it. He's a good and tidy little kitty, and he ate everything he took out. We assume he has his reasons for this ritual, so we just let him do what he needed to do.




Made in the United States, Taste of the Wild is a brand that is family-owned and operated. In this day of megaconglomerates, we like the idea of a family business that takes pride in its products!

Taste of the Wild Canyon River formula is available on Chewy.com in both 3 ounce and 5.5 ounce cans, both in 24 can cases. And it's a good price for a premium product.

What did KitCat rate this flavor of Taste of the Wild? He gave it a three out of four paws! He ate every last bit of it, but he didn't do the backflips required for a four-paw rating. Perhaps it's the cubes that threw him off? In any case, he definitely liked it and we'll be buying it again in the future! 

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 

Product Review: Purina Beyond Wild Prey-Inspired for Cats

My dog says for this review we're testing out something from Purina. This isn't a brand we normally buy, but they've been upping their offerings with better quality foods and we want to support that trend. So, we opted to try something from the Purina Beyond line and selected their Wild Prey-Inspired Turkey, Liver, and Quail recipe canned cat food.



The Wild Prey-Inspired is grain-free, and void of artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives. There is no by-product meal, either. Made with nutrient-rich organ meat, turkey is the number one ingredient. That's followed by chicken, liver, turkey broth, quail, chicken liver, carrots, egg product, and chicken hearts. That's a better ingredient list than some premium brands!

This is a nice and moist pate. Not hard to mash up at all, it's almost as soft as kitten food. We really liked the texture, and so did Kitcat!



The Purina Beyond Wild Prey-Inspired is available on Chewy.com in a 12-can case with 3 ounce cans. With autoship, it's only about $15. The Purina Beyond line also comes in a variety of flavors, including duck, turkey, chicken, and more.




We were delightfully surprised with the Purina Beyond Wild Prey-Inspired. This brand is doing a good job at offering higher quality products than they have in the past. The overall trend is moving toward better quality ingredients in pet foods and it's nice to see Purina working to improve it's product line and offer more premium foods.


KitCat gives the Purina Beyond three and 3/4 paws! Almost a perfect score! He gobbled it up and ran to it as soon as we put it down. Good job, Purina! KitCat approves!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews.   

Product Review: Instinct Wet Cat Food Cups

My dog says we're handing over the blog today to KitCat to review something for the kitties in the audience! Today's product? Instinct cat food cups. Meeeeoooow!



Mr. Catster wanted to test out the chicken recipe and what kitty wants, kitty gets! We tried the minced recipe, even though we weren't sure what their idea of minced might be. We've notice that word can vary according to the manufacturer.


Anyway, we were quite pleased to see the minced really was what we hoped a minced recipe would be. It was tiny bites, not chunks, with a nice balance of meat and gravy!



The first ingredients on this variety are chicken broth, chicken, chicken liver, egg whites and ground dried peas. It also includes an assortment of fruits and vegetables (some of which you can actually see in the food), including pumpkin, spinach, carrots, artichokes, blueberries, broccoli, cranberries, cabbage, tomato, kale, and parsley. Most importantly in our book, no grain.

This food is made in the U.S.A. and KitCat really liked it a LOT. Like sooooo much! Like, our top rating is four paws, but we need more paws than that. Like, a lot more.

Instinct comes in several different flavors and we'll definitely be trying them soon (Chewy has a lot of varieties in stock). In the meantime, the Instinct minced chicken in savory gravy is a total winner!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 


Product Review: Canidae Pure Petite Small Breed Dog Food Trays

My dog says this week we're testing a product from a company we've never tried before: Canidae. We're familiar with the name and know it's a premium product, but we just haven't gotten around to trying it yet. So, no time like the present! Let's see what Canidae is all about!



Canidae says its Pure Petite Terrine Style Dinner is a French inspired recipe. In all of the products we've tried, we can honestly say we've never seen one before inspired by French cooking! We sampled the chicken and peas recipe, which they say is simmered in chicken broth. This particular line is especially for small breed dogs with sensitive stomachs. It's also a grain-free food.




We always pay special attention to the first five ingredients of any food and for this recipe they include chicken broth, chicken, turkey, chicken liver, and dried peas. (Pro tip: when looking at ingredients always pay attention to the details. For instance, this says chicken liver and a lesser food might just say liver.) The chicken is free of added hormones or antibiotics, as well. There's also a probiotic mix in it for healthy digestion.



To say our little pups really enjoyed this food would be a gross understatement! The photos below are out of focus because our Chihuahua was scarfing it up so fast and eating with such enthusiasm that we couldn't get the camera to focus with all his movement!



Overall, the Canidae Grain-Free Pure Petite Terrine Style Dinner with Chicken & Peas Small Breed Dog Food we ordered from Chewy was a huge success in our house! We like to find quality foods that the dogs love and are easy to serve, and this fits the bill very nicely! Our crew gives this food four paws out of four paws, for sure! Plus a whole lot of extra paws, too!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 

Product Review: Blue Buffalo Divine Delights for Dogs

My dog says today we'll be reviewing a product from Blue Buffalo. This is a brand we have learned more about in the last year, and we were anxious to try out a new product line of theirs. We chose the Divine Delights Variety Pack to test out.



First noteworthy thing about this variety pack is the packaging. This box has a peel pack opening so you can keep the trays in the box. Depending on how you store things, that might be helpful to you. We, for one, frequently have trays slide off of one another on the shelf so we kinda like this idea.




This product is prepared especially for small dogs and the protein-rich recipe includes only made in the USA ingredients. There is no chicken by-products or poultry by-product meals, and it's also free of artificial colors/flavors/preservatives, wheat, corn, and soy.



For the grilled chicken recipe, the first five ingredients are chicken, chicken broth, chicken liver, potatoes, and carrots. For the top sirloin flavor, it's beef, chicken, beef broth, potatoes, and chicken liver.

This pate is nice and moist, with a little juice and a bit of gelatin on top. What did the pups think?



Well, they loved both flavors. Gobbled down, bowl completely cleaned, loved. It's a no brainer to give the Blue Buffalo Divine Delights Pate Variety Pack from Chewy a top score of four paws! We'll definitely be trying more products from Blue Buffalo in the future!


Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 

Product Review: Zignature Limited Ingredient Canned Dog Food

My dogs says today we're taking a look at the Zignature Limited Ingredient line of foods. We're always looking for new wet foods to add to the dogs' rotation, so we'll be reviewing the turkey formula canned food for dogs. We've had a lot of success with the Zignature kibble, so we're excited to see what the dogs think of the wet.



This food is a meat-first recipe and the limited ingredient emphasis means that it lacks ingredients that can sometimes be problematic for dogs, such as chicken, corn, wheat, soy, and potatoes. The first five ingredients in this formula are turkey, turkey broth, turkey liver, peas, and turkey meal. The turkey is sourced from America and the food is made in the United States. 

We liked the consistency of the Zignature. Enough moisture to be appetizing and easy to eat, but not so much that it was gloppy. A very good balance. 



We let Alexander be our test subject for the Zignature canned food and he took to it immediately and finished it all. We gave him the food on it's own, but will put in on top of our Zignature turkey recipe kibble next time. 



The Zignature Limited Ingredient Turkey Formula from Chewy was a success and all the pups have since given it their seal of approval, as well. So, the crew at My Dog Says Woof gives this product four out of four paws up! The Zignature line has been a proven winner in our house and we look forward to trying more items from them in the future!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 

Product Review: Stewart Freeze Dried Dog Food

My dog says we like to try out new foods, so this week we're sampling something from a brand we're only vaguely familiar with. Stewart is a 40 year old company and their foods are made with human grade ingredients produced in USDA-inspected facilities. Those are all things that are super important, so we felt this was a product we wanted to learn more about. We've tried the freeze dried treats from Stewart in the past and the pups really liked them, so we were eager to test out the Stewart freeze dried food.



This freeze dried food is made with single or limited source protein from the states, and is made in the USA, as well. Both grain and gluten-free, it has flaxseed meal and salmon oil (which both possess natural omega fatty acids) to promote vitality, a shiny coat, and healthy skin. It also contains vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and antioxidants to support health and wellness.



The freeze drying process apparently helps to retain the flavor and smell of the ingredients, while also keeping the the nutritional value of the raw ingredients intact. Also, although not a traditional limited ingredient food, it comes close. We normally don't give the full ingredient list, but we will here so you can see the quality of it.

Turkey, Ground Turkey Bone, Turkey Heart, Turkey Liver, Apples, Carrots, Lettuce, Watermelon, Egg, Ground Flaxseed, Inulin, Salmon Oil, Apple Cider Vinegar, Blueberry, Cranberry, Dried Kelp, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Chloride, Whole Ginger, Whole Parsley, Whole Garlic, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Vitamin E Supplement, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Mixed Tocopherols (as preservative), Vitamin D Supplement.

We really like the versatility with this product. Note that it is not a food that requires hydration, so there's no need to add water; just serve as is. It can fed as a main meal, used as a treat, or even added to kibble for a nice nutritional boost. The pieces even tear easily if you wanted to make them smaller for toy sized pups (that's a pinky in the photo so you can gauge the size)! (I broke up each piece into three for the smaller dogs and left full size for my larger ones.)



All the dogs really, really loved these nuggets...a lot!

Chewy sells the Stewart Raw Naturals Grain Free, Turkey Recipe Freeze Dried food in a 12 ounce and 24 ounce bag. The 12 ounce is way bigger than you'd think and will last awhile if used as a treat. If you intent to fed as a meal or kibble supplement, you'd be better off buying the 24 ounce sized option (which is twice as much food but only 50% higher in price, so it's a better bargain).

We are pleased to give the Stewart Raw Naturals food four out of four paws! It was super easy to serve and every dog we've given it to (ours, the neighbors' dogs, family members' dogs, etc.) have absolutely flipped over it. We will be ordering this food again... and again...and again.

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews.  

Product Review: True Chews Premium Jerky Cuts for Dogs

My dog says this month, we're checking out some jerky treats so we can give you the scoop. Sometimes with jerky, you're not sure what you're going to get: hard or soft treats. So, we like to try "jerky" whenever we can so we can find the best ones. So, without further adieu, we give you the 411 on True Chews Premium Jerky Cuts for dogs.


Ingredients:

True Chews come in a variety of flavors (turkey, chicken, sirloin, and duck), but we tried the turkey one. We especially like that turkey is the #1 ingredient in these. Plus, it's a fairly simple ingredient list, which we always prefer. We can break it down here: turkey, potatoes, vegetable glycerin, natural flavors, salt, distilled vinegar, natural smoke flavor, and then colored with paprika.

We're not thrilled with the salt and vinegar, but at least they're further down the ingredient list (for those who don't know, ingredients are listed in the order of quantity).

Usability:

Earlier we talked about hard and soft jerky, and these chews are soft. We like that a lot since that means no pointy, sharp edges. The pieces are big enough for large dogs, but easily torn into pieces for smaller pups. Great size and texture.



Origin:

Made in the U.S.A!

Cost:

These chews are a little on the pricey side, but you get a lot (the True Chews in turkey flavor is about $17 on Chewy.com and the sirloin flavor is only $14). The bag is 12 ounces, but we counted 39 pieces! And, as we said earlier, they're good size pieces. Depending on how you treat, these will last you awhile.

Rating:

We brought in a whole canine crew to test these out and all the dogs loved them, big time! Whenever we held out a piece, every dog would latch on to snatch it and then run off with it. They each devoured it in no time. Soooo, that said, we can say with a high degree of confidence, that True Chews are a doggie pleaser. We'll definitely be adding this to our regular rotation of doggie treats! Four enthusiastic paws up!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews.

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