I have eaten from the bag on the right.
It was just a nibble from a KCcanine Natural Pet Treats Prairie Beef Jerky Nugget.
I knew the dogs wouldn’t realize I had dipped into their stash.
And I had to know – what exactly makes jerky for dogs different from jerky for people?
The answer is: Not much.
Jerky is jerky – meat that is cut into strips and cured through drying.
And that’s exactly what the beef nugget meant for a dog tasted like to me. It was just a little more bland than I would prefer – no spicy pepper.
Some kinds of jerky are more processed than the nuggets. It may consist of various bits of meat formed into “strips” and held together with binder substances, such as wheat. That was the case with the Ideal Balance ”jerky strips” I reviewed (but did not taste) a while back.
KCcanine Natural Pet Treats offers both traditional and pressed jerky. However, corn, soy, wheat or creepy, artificial preservatives are not part of the recipe for these Kansas-made products.
See for yourself:
If you’re like me and live in the Kansas City area, KCcanine represents an opportunity to buy local for your dogs and support a small family business.
All ingredients come from the U.S.A., if not the Flint Hills of Kansas directly, which means with this jerky you don’t have to worry about the risks currently plaguing brands made in China.
I am so in.
And that makes these guys super happy.
KCcanine Natural Pet Treats are available at a variety of pet supply and grocery stores around the Kansas City metro area.
I get mine from the Boutique at Kennel Creek.
If you do not live in this area, you can order direct from kccanine.com.
Have you ever eaten a dog treat?
Disclaimer: I am not associated with KCcanine Natural Pet Treats, but I did receive a sample bag to review from Kennel Creek Pet Resort.
Are you feeling Fashion-a-Bull?
Charlie Machete felt very fashion-a-bull yesterday when he donned a Thundershirt + bandana for the Coast to Coast Bully Walk with KC Pittie Pack. We’ll call it his Preppy Guy Halloween Costume.
KC Pittie Pack had a bigger turnout – and more bully breed dogs – than usual for our special Pit Bull Awareness Day Walk.
Emily from Our Waldo Bungie and her husband Daniel wisely left their dogs at home so that they could document the event and get photos of everyone holding up the signs inspired by Animal Farm Foundation’s “I Am the Majority” campaign.
If you’ve been following my posts all week, you also know that today is another big day for me in the way of bully breed awareness efforts and fashion.
I am so excited about everything Katty Delux, the Madewell gals and I have in store (pun intended) for this fabulous autumn event!
Fashion-a-Bull shoppers will be greeted at the door by some friendly doggies, including one wearing a Tiennot Knits Sweater, and some four-legged Chiefs fans who are coming over from Kennel Creek Pet Resort.
The first 20 shoppers will receive a free treat bag full of gifts and notes from our event sponsors.
The raffle prize list includes gift certificates from Tiennot Knits, Kennel Creek and many other awesome donors. And the list of goodies you can win just keeps getting better!
So far, we are about $150 toward our goal of raising $500 for the care of the dogs of Midwest Adopt-a-Bull.
If you are in the Kansas City area, please consider stopping by the Madewell shop at Town Center Plaza in Leawood. Our party is happening from 4-6 p.m.
Raffle tickets are $5, and winners need not be present to claim their prize.
Those who don’t take home a raffle prize can win as shoppers. Madewell has several sales going on right now, plus a special discount for our party. Everyone who attends will be entered in a drawing for a Madewell gift card and get to enjoy complimentary refreshments.
For more information, check out the Facebook event page.
For more prize pictures check out the Fashion-a-Bull Fall at Madewell photo album on Wayward Dogs’ Facebook page.
If you entered the Retro Vixen giveaway and are wondering if you won, check out this post at Katty’s blog Chronicles of a Sweet Tooth.