Thursday, October 11, 2007
Nutro Natural Choice Training Bits Review
My little Yorkie, Max, is very picky eater. His treat jar is full of half-eaten bags of treats that I have tried to convince him he likes... yet, time after time, he has proven to me that he doesn't.
I picked him up at the groomer and as I was at the register, I gave in, as usual, and purchased a bag of treats off of the display. As much as I hate the give in to the last minute marketing tactics, I found myself hopeful of finding a tasty and healthy treat for my little guy. I bought a bag of Nutro Natural Choice Training Bits. They were on sale from $1.99 to $1.69 (with my PetPerks card) for a 2 oz. bag, and I can't pass up a bargain.
When we got back home, I opened the bag and then Max came running, ears sticking straight up. I made him work for his treats. He sat, rolled, shook paws, then rolled some more. However, I was worried that I could have false hope... either Max was just really hungry, or it was only the initial allure of the newness, as is usually the case.
However, the next day he just gazed at the shiny red bag of treats that was still sitting out. Again, he sat and rolled and loved the treats. Days have gone by and Max is still loving Nutro's Training Bits. They are about 1" square, so I break them into two or three pieces. The Bits are made from chicken and beef protein, with no artificial colors or flavors, so I feel good about giving these treats to my little guy. You can read more about the nutritional information at the Nutro website. Hope your little pup likes them as much as mine!
Max gives these treats 2 paws up!