Saturday, March 22, 2014

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Awesome Chewy Treats

Duke: What do I need to do to get another one of those?
Maggie: So good, cannot look away from treat bag... recently contacted us to see if we would be interested in reviewing some treats. It's hard to find treats that picky Maggie will even eat, or that won't make her itchy. Luckily the options included NutriSource Soft & Tender Treats in Salmon flavor. Maggie and Duke loved them!

What 'chu mean smaller pieces? Not cool, lady.
The treats are the perfect size for training, and can even be broken into smaller pieces without crumbling. They smell like smoked beef jerky, which is awesome! SO glad they don't smell fishy. They have no wheat, soy, artificial colors or preservatives, and they're made in the U.S.A. by NutriSource, a family owned pet food manufacturer that has been in business for over 45 years.

Maggie: I will do anything to get another one!
Duke: Just take the picture and hand over the treats already. had amazing customer service, I let them know which treats we would like to try and the box was here the next day. They have a monthly blogger giveaway that you can enter below. If you're like us and don't use Facebook, Twitter or other social media accounts, you can email your submission to and we'll forward it on to
a Rafflecopter giveaway carries a lot of high quality products besides treats and food, their prices are great for grooming supplies, toys and even poop bags. Most important, everything arrives in a box for the cats!

Monday, March 10, 2014

Special Delivery

Look what came in the mail for me!
It's a perfect tiger fort...

just my size.

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Auto Dog Fence Barrier

Dog is your co-pilot.
  Not so recently we were contacted by Dog Fence DIY and asked if we would like to review the Auto Dog Fence Barrier. Since Maggie and Duke hate wearing harnesses this seemed like a great idea.

Are we there yet?
 A few years ago we made the mistake of letting Duke sit in between us because the car was jammed full of gear. Ever since, he'll try to move up front during the drive since there isn't a console in the way.

We're here! Jump on everybody time!

Duke also gets really excited when we get there, and tries to climb out the front. That's about 50 pounds of not cool. We'd been thinking that we should get a barrier, so we were excited to get one to check out.

 When we got the Kurgo Back Seat Barrier it seemed pretty easy to install, until we found out that 3 of the D-rings needed to install it were missing.

 When we contacted Dog Fence DIY they sent us an entire new barrier!  (which was still missing 2 D-rings according to the directions.)

 The Mr. figured out how to install it using the 2 outer D-rings and it took less than 10 minutes. 
Installed in a Honda Element.
The  Auto Dog Fence Barrier was easy to install and does a good job of keeping Duke in the backseat. The way it's installed right now it doesn't come all the way down to the floor. I'd rather have it high since Duke sits on the back seat. If you have a console between the front seats this would be perfect.

Duke is not amused. Maggie just wants to get out and go.
 We'd definitely recommend the Auto Dog Fence Barrier, if anyone wants the extra one, please leave a comment.(I'll see if we can find D-rings at the hardware store so the instructions make more sense.) You can buy them at Dog Fence DIY, though it's easier to find them if you click on this link

Does this mean the whole back of the car is now a dog crate? Nice.