Last week I re-ran my favorite post, Just What is a Pizzle? It always make me chuckle and blush. I’m old fashioned that way. And today I introduce a fun pizzle treat that will be given away to some lucky dog, the Twister! A Twister pizzle treat is a sight to behold.
The Twister pizzle treat is two steer sticks twisted together and baked. For smaller dogs, it’s a long lasting chew (I give treats like these to little dogs for five minutes at a time, then put them on top of the fridge). For my Flash and Patches (60 pound Aussie mixes), it’s a five minute consumable. Let’s see what Jones Natural Chews says about their Twister.
Dogs get twisted up begging for our Twister! It’s low fat, high in protein, and easily digestible. This is one great chew to give to any size dog. It consists of two USA all-natural steer pizzles twisted together. They are oven baked with no artificial ingredients added. All Jones’ products are 100% grown and made in the USA.
Some great things about this Twister pizzle treat:
- All natural, as are all of Jones’ Natural Chews
- Grown, processed and produced in the USA, as are all of Jones’ Natural Chews
- They come in two sizes, great for different sized dogs – 5″ and 10″
- Single ingredient treat for dogs, unlike most rawhide treats
- Great for teeth and gums
- Completely consumable
I know you want to see handsome, brutish dogs eating the Twister. Check it out.
See how large the Twister pizzle treat is? I think this was a 10″. And because it’s a steer stick twist, it lasts a long time for a lot of dogs. This Lab chewed on the Twister for a long time before it was gone. I rewarded him with a Saddle Knuckle, because that’s what I do. Naturally. His buddy, a much smaller dog, got the 5″ Twister.
This pup had already chewed up the Twister quite a bit before I snapped a photo. One very happy little dog. I love my job.
I love my job so much that I’m going to giveaway a Twister pizzle treat to some lucky dog! Check out the Rafflecopter to earn chances to win! And then read on for some news on my own dog, with more to come tomorrow, as well as news about ANOTHER giveaway next week!
Next week I’m taking part in this:
The Trick of Treat giveaway hop! I’ll be giving away a different treat to some lucky dog, so don’t miss out!
Now, news from here. I was gone for a week, to Dallas, to work the Jones Natural Chews booth for the dog trainers’ conference. When I’m out of town, my little dogs stay with my mom, the big dogs staying home with Hunny. When I left home last week, Flash was doing fine. He’s 13 and a half, so I’m always worried about him, but he was trotting around, following me everywhere in his devoted way, jumping up on my bed regularly. Slower than usual, but still getting around.
I came home to find an old dog had replaced my Flash. His legs are slipping out from under him. His head is tilted a bit. He has trouble getting around. It’s heartbreaking. I don’t know if it’s because he lay around for a week or what. Usually, because I work from home, he’s up and down all day long, me letting him and the other dogs out a million times. Any way you slice it, it’s not good. He has a vet appointment this afternoon. I’ll update tomorrow. This is the same dog which prompted me to write the post about panting and pacing, and we do seem to have storms rolling in later in the week, but his legs weren’t effected by that the last time. I’m worried. Cross your paws, please. And if you’re a praying human, please pray for me and my heart dog.
Until I write again …