You heard me. Max’s Medley is too good. I opened a bag before leaving for Blog Paws and took out a couple of treats for a friend’s dog. I came home to this:
Hunny put the bag on my dresser after the fact. Evidently Chewy has zero self control when it comes to Jones Natural Chews. The bag of Pig Ears was placed on my dresser, too.
The bag of Max’s Medley, which contains 12 ounces of all natural, made in the USA yum for dogs, was nearly empty, which was not the case when I left home. For some reason I thought that leaving a sealed bag (it zippers closed like a sandwich baggy) wouldn’t be an issue.
Nope. Chewy had to have all that meaty goodness while I was gone.
So this morning I grabbed the bag to see what was left and found what amounted to crumbs. A piece of a Windee, three or four broken Chickly Links and Woofer bits and crumbs. That was IT. I doled out what was left to my greedy, Jones-driven puppies.
Good heavens. You’d think that I haven’t fed them in a week. And Chewy is the worst, jumping up to grab the treats out of Flash and Patches’ mouths. He’s aggressive when it comes to Jones chews. And I don’t think he has a favorite yet. He can’t get his tiny mouth around the Windees in the Max’s Medley bag (he hasn’t tried Windees Rings yet), so those go to the big senior dogs who need them, thankfully. The Windees are a natural source of glucosamine and chondroitin. But he sure can nom everything else in the bag, which he’s proven.
And, to recap, what’s in the Max’s Medley treat bag?
- Windee pieces
- Woofer pieces
- Wheezer pieces
- Chickly Link pieces
Perfect for dogs both large and small. Chewy can attest to that.
So is Max’s Medley too good? I think maybe so. I know the folks at Jones would say it’s great, but not TOO good. I’d say that I just need to do a better job of hiding the treat bags when I leave the house. 😉
Until I write again …