Well that’s an odd title. Of Pugs and Trachea. Say hello to Pugs.
It’s becoming a tradition, when I travel to Illinois to visit Jones Natural Chews, to stop in Keosauqua, Iowa, and visit with Deb, the mother of Stella Rose, Maggie and Gussie, the Pugs. In exchange for a good night’s sleep in their home, I bring treats. Stella Rose always requests Windees, or beef trachea. She has a tough time chewing hard things, and the high glucosamine and chondroitin levels in the trachea are beneficial for her.
You didn’t know that about beef trachea? Last week at the sales meeting for Jones, one of the owners verified that they’d had the Windees (trachea) lab-tested and that the glucosamine and chondroitin levels are very high. I already knew that they were one of the two highest natural sources. Fantastic treats for senior dogs or dogs with joint issues.
But like I was saying, I make it a point to swing out to Keosauqua on my way back to Tulsa, hang out with Pugs. And Deb. Strangely enough, I enjoy Deb’s company so much that we get to talking and I forget to get a photo of the two of us together. I do, however, take photos of her with the Pugs while we chat.
Like I said, I bring treats when visiting the Pugs. While the Windees, or beef trachea, are Stella Rose’s favorite, I thought they might like to try some of Jones’ newer treats this time, so I left Rocky’s Rollers with them, a soft sausage that’s easy to tear, easy to eat. I can’t wait to hear what they thought of the Rocky’s Rollers!
It’s the weekend, y’all. I hope you’re all enjoying it with your dogs. Don’t forget to take your bag of Jones Natural Chews with you when you’re heading out with your dog this weekend. It’ll make your dog smile. Naturally. And come back next week for another all natural, all USA grown and made treat giveaway! Your dog will thank you.
Until I write again …