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You review this many products (300 next month!), folks, and you start to get jaded. You've seen it all, you've done it all... nothing surprises you very much.
It's not that the products aren't fabulous. They are - they really are! But the quality of luxury pet goods just keeps going up and up. And there are now tens of thousands of pet products on the market! It makes it tough to find something odd, unusual, something that really nabs your attention.
Such was my thinking when we got the cute little treat jars from For Pet's Sake: Cute design. Well packaged. Good flavors. But nothing much to stand out, until...
Woof! Woof! Woof!
I have to tell you right now that the folks at For Treat's Sake are geniuses. They jolted me out of my lethargy and got me taking a good, long look at their product by adding something totally unexpected: a barking can.
Yep, you read that right. A barking can. Thankfully, the can only barks when opened, and only for about 10 seconds.
But it's enough - cute, surprising - to make you take a really good look at how clever the product really is... and to like what you see.
The packaging is adorable - and that becomes important when you realize that the can is also re-usable. (Something to help you feel better about your eco-footprint - which we're all thinking about more these days.) These cans, with their clean design and modern style, would look great on your counter, and the company helpfully sells refill packs for the cute barking cans.
(The barking sound, followed by a treat for your furkid, will definitely help create a Pavlovian response in your pooch.)
The treats themselves come in three flavors - Peanut Butter Bliss, Chop Lickin' Chicken, and Feelin' Cheezy. I liked that all flavors were wheat- and corn-free, hand baked in small batches; with no preservatives, and made in the USA.
The treat size is a good compromise - not too large, not too small. It's a little big for really teeny pups, but easily broken in half (that's what we've done for years for Merry) for small mouths. They don't go to pieces when you break them in half, but they're not rock-hard either. A good balance, for a good pooch.
And the taste? Well, I think you can tell from the excited look on the princess's face: they're; yummy, apparently. She would have very much liked to have been able to eat the entire plate in the photo. But as she's a princess with a figure to keep, I only allowed her to take a few in that sitting.
Overall, I was very impressed with the For Treat's Sake treats. Well done concept, LOVE the packaging particularly that it's reuseable and refillable, and treats that can keep a princess happy. What more could you want?
You can find out more about For Treat's Sake from their web site at www.fortreatssake.com.