Tender Taffy Soft Chicken Blend
We’re talking about Jones Natural Chews Tender Taffy Soft Chicken Blend on Tasty Tuesday! I love Tasty Tuesday. I get to talk about Jones chews and only Jones chews. Today I want to focus on Jones all natural Chicken Taffy. Today is also an older post, but with a giveaway and update at the bottom.
Chicken, rye flour, glycerin, salt, liquid smoke flavoring, natural mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract
Yep, that’s it. Seven ingredients. It’s a chewy treat, meaning it’s easy to tear into smaller pieces for rewarding your dog while training, or for giving smaller pieces to a puppy. The taffies by Jones really are perfect treats. Here’s what Jones has to say about the Tender Taffy:
Tender Taffy is a soft and flexible strip that breaks easily in pieces for training treats. It is made of USA chicken with a few other natural ingredients added. Dogs extra small to extra large taste this treat and nothing else will do.
See? SEE?! Nothing else will do. Jones Chicken Taffy makes dogs smile.
Chickens also love Tender Taffy Chicken Blend
Oh! Oh! Y’all have to see this:
It makes chickens smile, too! Watch!
Yes, chickens are cannibals. That’s a fact, Jack. I gave the girls a rotisserie chicken carcass this weekend and they LOVED it. But not as much as they love Jones Chicken Taffy. Should I stop telling people that? Maybe I should …
Tender Taffy Soft Chicken Blend is Dogs’ Favorite
Seriously, though, let’s look at the dogs I’ve wooed with Chicken Taffy in the last three weeks:
What else can I say? Dogs love Jones Chicken Taffy!
Giveaway and Update
Please enter the Tender Taffy Soft Chicken Blend giveaway! You can tweet daily to increase your chances of winning. And your dog will thank you. Who doesn’t love a happy dog?! You know you do. Of all of Jones Natural Chews, the Tender Taffy and Lamb Lung Puffs are the two I’ve found to consistently be favorites with every single dog I’ve treated.
Funny cancer update – I know that yesterday I talked about how I nearly died this weekend. I’m not above a touch of drama in my personal life, after all. I saw the nurse practitioner yesterday and she was shocked by my symptoms. Told me to stop it. I’m not allowed to have such violent symptoms so early in treatment, or even at all. The chemo I’m on is known for having mild symptoms, and later on in treatment. She was shocked. Said it was all in my head.
No, really. Something about the month between diagnosis and actual treatment, the stress and anxiety building. Once treatment started, my body had a kind of let down and flu like symptoms hit, just from the release of all of the stress. Makes sense to me. Which all means that I’m going to be just fine from here on out. Huzzah!
Now go give your dog a Jones Natural Chew. Watch it smile. Naturally.
Spreading the good chews …