Evolution of Treat Face
Does your dog give you treat face? I may not be traveling to take dog photos lately, but, fortunately for me, I have a lot of photos stuck in folders. I’ve given about a bazillion dogs Jones Natural Chews in four years. I get some unusual beggars, as well as shy pups, but the evolution of the treat face is something I see over and over again. Today’s post is a photo show and tell, boys and girls. Tell me if your dog doesn’t make some variation of these faces when you either break out or run out of the treats?
With those ears, how could he miss it? Max, here, knows a quality treat when he hears it. He swears he’s one of Jones Natural Chews’ biggest fans.
Gadget lives with the treat lady. There’s no pulling anything over on him. And when he asks where the treats are, giving me full on treat face, I’d best pony up with some Jones. Or else.
Chewy doesn’t have a Napoleon complex the way Gadget does. He just makes me feel guilty. But they’re both little dogs. I only give them a few little bites of Jones Natural Chews before putting the treats away for tomorrow. I always feel bad when he pulls this treat face, though …
Flash, on the other hand, is direct. And how can I say no to a dog in a cool hat? He gets all the best bits of the Jones Natural Chews. He especially likes the K9 Bacon Rolls.
Margo – what can I say about sweet Margo? She’s not the brightest bulb in the pack, but she certainly is the sweetest. She can have all the treats she wants. And she’ll still give me this treat face.
Of all the dogs I’ve treated, Bentley knows how to play treat face better than any of them. Maybe it’s those natural hound dog eyes. Maybe he can’t help it. But I just can’t resist this face. Could you? I’d give Bentley every Jones Natural Chew known to mankind.
Thanks for playing along with treat face! Tell me which one your dog is best at, will ya? And while you’re at it, pop over to the giveaway page and enter to win a Frank n Woofer! It’ll make your dog smile. Tweeting daily really ups your chances of winning!
Spreading the good chews …