I asked other bloggers recently if they knew of pet companies that work with bloggers. So Lisa suggested I get in touch with Wagg. I already use their Bunny Brunch food for my rabbits so was confident whatever they posted to Freya would be tasty.
It took me a while to get round to giving these training treats to her. The Dogs Trust staff had advised us do not keep swapping treats… Stick to one type, then swap when you’ve run out of the first ones. That way if something upsets your woofs tummy you know which new food or treat is to blame. That is great advice whatever pet you have.
Today I had a doctors appointment so had to go out for an hour, she chewed her toys and blanket up again, crying and stressed. So today was a good day for treats. Super cute little bone treats….
After the school run I needed bread and milk – which meant Freya Woof would need to be left outside the shop. Jen and I weren’t in there long, and normally I can hear her crying by the time I’m at the till. Today she didn’t cry! She was still worrying and pacing but this is progress. She got a huge squeezey hug and a few Wagg treats right there. The treats she was having previously she wasn’t that interested in, but these she just loved. Munching as fast as she could then sniffing about my handbag hoping to get a few more.
She rather liked these, really think she may work for these treats.
After a few on the sofa and passing me her paw a few times I decided thats enough and took the packet. As she kept trying to grab the treats I ended up having to sit on the open treats packet to stop her eating them all before hiding them in a tub. Now I’d say that is a successful taste test!
Wagg also sell foods, not just treats. Dogs, cats, bunnies and other small fluffy pets are catered for at Wagg Foods.