I remember the first time I met Flea. I was sitting at home in my crate, waiting for mom to come home, when a strange lady came in the door instead. She brought suitcases with her, and planned to stay for a while. I wasn’t so sure about this, because it generally means that mama has less time for me when she gives more time to other people.
I held firmly to this train of thought for about 90 seconds, and then this lady opened one of her suitcases and broke out the treats. Or, as I like to refer to them, The Treats. When Miss Flea gave me some Jones Natural Chews Beef Liver Taffy, I decided then and there that she could stay as long as she wanted. In fact, she could just live with us the rest of her life. Unless, of course, she needed to restock that magical suitcase of goodies.
I instantly loved Miss Flea, of course. It was definitely love at first sight.
While Miss Flea was at my house, she let me sit on her lap while she sat on the couch. She shared some Jones Pig Ears with me. (Well, she gave them to me. She wasn’t really interested in eating them. Her loss.) We had all sorts of fun in the week she was with us, and then she took her suitcase of goodies home and left.
Miss Flea is my SBFF (second best friend, because mama is my BFF), and I’ll forever be grateful to her for introducing me to Jones Natural Chews. The good people at Jones make super duper yummy treats because they use real beef, pork and other goodies to make them happen. These treats are grown and made in the USA. The people at Jones have over 50 decades of experience in the meat processing business. They know their stuff. And they know how to make delicious treats. Every dog I’ve met has loved Jones’ treats, but I only know this because mama told me. I don’t share my Jones treats with others. I just like when Miss Flea shares them with me.
Karen Dibert is Louie the French Dog’s human and personal writer. She owns The French Dog on Etsy, a shop that sells stylish dog collars, harnesses and bow ties. In addition to parenting 5 children and 2 French Bulldogs, Karen works with adults with intellectual disabilities, she is a contributing writer for Dogster.com magazine, authors a pet column for the newspaper, and is an event coordinator for her local dog park.