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National Dog Biscuit Day was on February 23rd and I was so happy to find the Farmer’s Medley line from Milk-Bone. I think about the food and quality ingredients I eat to fuel my life—and do the same for my dog Sadie. Whether it’s for training or treating, dog biscuits are part of our every day to the delight of our girl!
That’s why I recently partnered with Milk-Bone to try out their new Farmer’s Medley dog treats. They are full of great ingredients! Below are some of the questions I think about before I buy treats for my furry best friend.
WILL MY DOG LIKE THEM?
My family and I take steps to snack smart throughout the day and I didn’t want to leave Sadie out. So I went on the hunt for a dog treat with the best ingredients, such as real meat and vegetables that would support my dog’s eating habits. Milk-Bone Farmer’s Medley dog biscuits are a great choice—and our dog loves them too!
DOES THIS TREAT HAVE QUALITY INGREDIENTS?
Milk-Bone’s Farmer’s Medley treats contain simple ingredients so I can rest assured that we are giving the best product to our dog. The treats are made with real US-sourced beef, chicken, turkey, or lamb and vegetables. And I am excited about the grain-free options (though Sadie loves the whole-grain treats too)! I feel good about feeding these biscuits to my dog every day.
DOES IT FIT MY BUDGET?
Many quality dog treats can be pricey and can have you guessing if your choice was worth the big bucks. Milk-Bone Farmer’s Medley dog treats provide the same quality ingredients found in premium dog biscuits but at an affordable price. So you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank by spending a lot on premium treat options for your dog.
If you haven’t tried Milk-Bone’s Farmer’s Medley If you haven’t tried Milk-Bone’s Farmer’s Medley dog biscuits yet, even though National Dog Biscuit Day (February 23) has passed, this is the perfect time to do so, as our pets are worthy of celebrating every day!
I would love to hear your own reason for choosing treats for your dog in the comments below.