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Thursday, November 1, 2018

Trick or Treat!!

Trick or Treat
Castor & Pollux Grain Free
Grass-Fed Lamb, Carrot, & Apple Stew!

"We were sent Castor & Pollux in exchange for an honest review. Dz Dogs only supports products that we feel are relevant to our readers. This blog contains no affiliate links, all thoughts and opinions are our own."

This year our howl-o-ween was a little different, last year was our first year in our new house and we realized that living in the country means we no longer have any trick or treaters! I find this to be a bit of a bummer because I always loved seeing the little kids in their cute costumes and we used it as a training exercise for the pups in regards to the doorbell. 

Since the kiddos don't come all the way out where we live we ended up just staying home and treating ourselves. I pretty much blame it all on the new arrival.... Chocolate for mama? Yep, baby gets what baby wants! Apple cider for mama? Yep, baby gets what baby wants!  We should find out gender at my next appointment!


Anywho..back to our fun treats.

This year we stayed in and the dogs who were thoroughly worn out from playing with their puppy cousin, were happy to oblige and just enjoy being spoiled.


Trick or Treat! Smell my...stew?

Castor & Pollux Grain Free Grass-Fed Lamb, Carrot & Apple Stew, smells great! Completely unoffensive to human noses whilst being completely tempting for nearby canines.

I love that I can recognize most of the ingredients right off the bat without having to look them all up, and the first two ingredients are lamb, and beef broth.

Other great things about this food?
  • No artificial ingredients
  • Grass fed lamb raised without hormones or antibiotics
  • NO grain, corn, soy, wheat or gluten


Thank you Chewy for the great treat this Howl-O-Ween!!!  

"For me?"
Dante and Ziva didn't even have to work for it this year, unless of course you count playing with their puppy cousin.

100% Dz Dog Approved!






Saturday, October 20, 2018

Do The Wave!

The Wave Curved
Cat Scratcher!
"We sere sent this Kitty Scratcher from Chewy.com in exchange for an honest review. Dz Dogs only supports products that we feel are relevant to our readers. This blog contains no affiliate links, all thoughts and opinions are our own."

CAUTION KITTY TEMPORARY TAKE OVER!

This month Chewy sent us a fun new scratcher for Belle! At first I think she was a bit puzzled by the wave shape, but then she really got into the spirit of the scratch.

She super loves catnip, and this scratcher came with a bag of North American grown catnip. After licking off of the cardboard what she could, then she sat down to purr and scratch.


Scratching places for cats are a great way to protect your household furniture, by creating a favorite location to scratch you can potentially save that antique couch your grandma gave you. On top of having two favorite scratch locations that we reload with catnip, I also keep Belle's nails typically trimmed a chore that she has never seemed to mind. She loves to be handled so it's kind of like kitty spa time at our house, followed of course by freeze dried fishy treats.

We hope your kitties love this scratcher as much as she did!

Thank you Chewy!


Friday, September 28, 2018

Why Use Seresto?

Seresto Dog Flea & Tick Collars

"We were sent this Seresto collar from Chewy.com in exchange for an honset review. Dz Dogs only supports products that we feel are relevant to our readers. This blog contains NO affiliate links, all thoughts and opinions are our own."


Can you see it?  


It's the small thing grey band hiding under Dante's orange water collar. That's his Seresto collar!

What is a Seresto Collar?
To sum it up simply: Seresto is a lice, flea and tick collar for both cats and dogs it also aids in the treatment and control of sarcoptic mange. 

But it's way more than that. We've done the messy liquid flea meds and I hate them with a passion of all passions. It was messy, it was stinky, and it left a grease slick on the back of the dogs spine that lasted waaaaayyyy toooo long. It also got on everything, and usually after greasing it down the back of my dogs spines they would shake, and then it got all over everything including me. Thus this process was left to the outdoors only even in the winter it meant having the pups hang on the back deck until I was sure they weren't going to send it spraying all over my living room.  

Ziva with her Seresto.
We also tried different brands, and nothing seemed to really stop the ticks when we would go hiking. And trust me I've tried the natural methods too. Different topical essential oil sprays, I've tried rubbing dryer sheets on the dogs, natural herbal wipes, and praying to the tick gods to make them go away! Maybe my dogs just taste that good though...

Initially I was worried Seresto would cost more, but on the contrary it's a better deal. At least it is if you go to Chewy.com


Seresto lasts 8 months and costs $52.24 if you put it on autoship, which we've done so that it arrives every 8 months when I need to replace it. Whereas Frontline which we tried, costs $59.84 on autoship and only has 6 months worth of medicine.

And from our experience it works!

See his Seresto?
What do we like about Seresto?
- It's clean! No more nasty stinky greasy mess on your dogs back.

- It's waterproof, though swimming with it regularly does reduce the life of the collar. Usually we take it off when we go swimming or take a bath. But you don't have to!


- It's pretty safe. Every pet parent must make their own decisions about meds and treatments, but our vet likes Seresto and said that my dog could eat the collar and would end up sick from the plastic not from the medicine. Consult with your personal veterinarian about your pet, this is what works for us.

- It is a slow time released med that is absorbed through the skin, however just being in contact with the collar isn't enough to cause concern. That being said however it is recommended that small children limit contact the first day or so after putting on a brand new collar.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency - Source Here

Since using Seresto we've definitely noticed a decline in ticks that actually attach to the dogs. Sometimes the ticks still bite, but usually they are dead when we find them and they fall right off. Occasionally we have to pull one out, but it's loads better than before. This is definitely our favorite way to fight ticks. And usually I can tuck the seresto underneath their collars for pictures, sometimes though we just take them temporarily off.

Thank you Chewy! We love our collars!
Dz Dog Approved!


Thursday, September 20, 2018

New Pack Member!!

Welcome To The Dz Pack!!




Mom is making us a human!!
Welcome 
Baby N March 2019!!!



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