Happy Tasty Tuesday everyone! Can anyone guess why Phoenix is so Happy?? :D There isn't anything in the world that makes her more happy than trying new treats! She is definitely a food hound! Both girls were so excited when we got this package!
Today we have a review for you on Look Who's Happy! Brought to you by a company called Big Creek Foods! Big Creek Foods is a family owned and operated company founded by two brothers, Jeff and Tommy and they are based out of Georgia in the United States.
All of the Look Who's Happy treats are made in small lots in their own plant. They operate according to FDA food safety production guidelines which are far more stringent than industry standards for pet food processing.
The brothers keep track of every ingredient from start to finish so that they can make sure all of the treats meets their high standards for safety, quality and flavor!
Here's a little bit more about them:
- All of the poultry and meat are sourced from the United States, Canada or New Zealand and is USDA inspected. There's nothing from China in their facility.
- All of their lots are independently tested for safety.
- The poultry is raised cage free.
- The beef, venison and bison are naturally raised and grass fed.
- All of the other ingredients like pumpkin, blueberries, sweet potato and carrots are grown in the US!
- Every treat is made in their family owned state-of-the-art facility in Gainesville, Ga.
- The treats are grain and gluten free, there are no by-products, hormones or any artificial colors or flavors.
- They do not use any chemical preservatives such as BHA, BHT or ethoxyquin. All treats are preserved with Vitamin E (mixed tocopherols).
- The treats are slow cooked for terrific taste!
Zoe was actually having a pretty rough day (they are doing construction on our apartment) but she was so much happier when I opened some of these treats up!
We were lucky enough to get to get to try two of their three lines. We were sent both the Fetch'n Fillets and Tempt'n Tenders. The Fetch'n Fillets are more of a jerky like consistency and are harder to break apart (it's much easier to just cut them down with scissors) where as the Tempt'n Tenders are crusted with fruits and garden veggies and are much softer and easier to break apart.
Both of these lines, I would consider a very high value treat. My girls went absolutely wild for them!
Zoe doing a smell test!!
Taste Test!! She actually grabbed the whole chunk from me!
Phoenix really liked the treats, too!
These treats make excellent training treats, they smell fantastic and I think they would make great stocking stuffers, too! (If you can keep your dog out of the stocking!!!)
I would highly recommend checking them out!