I'm pleased to announce that Finn went to his new home this morning. We will really miss him and I was hesitant to let him go again...but, this particular home is perfect. He was adopted by one of the founders of MOKAN who also did his initial home visit and kept in touch with his owner for several years. In fact, Finn's original adoptive owner named him after his new owner's dog Fynn! Fynn and her other senior dog recently passed away and she and her current dog were looking to fill a place in their home.
Depending on where you measure, we have anywhere from 6-11 inches of snow. So let's call it eight. The clinic where I was supposed to work is not open today. So even though the wind chill is like 10, I got a few pictures. Lyric declined going outside so these are all border collies.
Given that we have no shortage of dogs in the house, we chose the Hungry Dog Value Pack this month. This really is a big back at a good price (for those of you interested in purchasing it looks like it's normally $8.99 but currently on sale).
This came with a variety of chew items including what appear to be pigs ears, some kind of snout (I think) and hooves.
The ears everyone liked and they last about as long as you would expect (most dogs have had a pig ear in their life I think). The snouts, come in basted and unbasted. I like that they are soft and therefore safe for teeth, but also are surprisingly long lasting. They must be pretty tough and chewy. However, none of the dogs (other than Lyric) really seemed to love them. They did eat them, but not with the excitement and persistence of some of the other things we have samples. And Zodiac, who has never been known to be picky won't eat the unbasted ones at all.
I was a little disappointed that there were hooves as I don't give my dogs those because they are so hard so I can't tell you if they likes them or not. But I can tell you that they looked gross, so probably dogs would love them.
Overall I think this is a nice, budget friendly option for someone wanting a variety of chews, but it's not one I would order again.
Just like that you're six years old and you take a nap and you wake up and you're twenty-five and your high school sweetheart becomes your wife...
Ain't no rhyme or reason No complicated meaning Ain't no need to over think it Let go laughing Life don't go quite like you planned it We try so hard to understand it The irrefutable, indisputable fact is... It happens