Friday, November 14, 2014

Grandma Lucy's Pumpkin Treats

Grandma Lucy's Organic Oven Baked Dog Treats was our choice to review for the month of October.  I figured since it was the Halloween month, why not pick pumpkin.

Here's what says about Grandma Lucy's Pumpkin Treats:

Grandma Lucy's Organic Pumpkin Oven Baked Dog Treats, 14-oz bag

Grandma Lucy’s organic dog treats are not made in a factory but baked in a bakery by people who love their pets. Since 1999, Grandma Lucy’s has taken great pride in making wholesome, natural and delicious pet treats. Your dog will love the great taste of these Organic Oven Baked Dog Treats, but what you will love most is the fact that they are made with organic, human-quality ingredients for dogs. The treats are so tasty, your dog will beg for more. Grandma Lucy’s Organic Oven Baked Dog Treats ~ an organic treat you will feel good about giving your pet. 
Key Benefits
  • Suitable for all life stages
  • 100% USDA Organic, USA originated ingredients
  • Oven baked
  • Human-grade ingredients
  • No by-products, artificial sweeteners, colors or flavors
  • Certified kosher
  • Made in the USA!
I was pretty excited about these treats.  Sadly, however, the pups were not.  Each night before bed, they know they get a treat and when they hear the sound of the glass lid hitting the jar, they come running.  Sadie liked the treats well enough, but Bowser got to the point he wouldn't even get off the couch when he heard the jar.  Oh well, it's just a treat, not the end of the world.  We will move on to something better next time!

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Greyt Fest 2014

Our 10th annual Greyt Fest was held on October 4th.  Yes, I am running behind!  I always look forward to our event and the hopes of seeing previous fosters.  This year I got to see 10!  Even better than seeing them, is when they remember you.  I love seeing them with their families!
For the second year, we had a photographer on hand to take some photos.  My two weren't very cooperative, but I like to have someone else take their pictures any chance I can.  Photos are courtesy of Rae Photography. 
 My girl, Sadie.
 My goofball, Bowser.
 We were just about to quit, when I said to the photographer "I wish Bowser would do that cute thing where he lays his head on Sadie".  I guess he listened, for once!
I was pretty excited when Sadie's name was called as Queen!
Sadie with her King, JD.  JD is our group's permanent foster.  He was diagnosed with osteo in February and underwent amputation surgery.  He is participating in a study at Auburn University.  JD has completed 6 chemotherapy treatments and is doing well. 
 In the right corner of this picture is Miss Clareese.  She not only got adopted on that day, but she was the Princess!  It was so cold that day, everyone had on their warm fleece.  Another greyt day!