Tasty Tuesday~HALO Liv-a-Littles From Chewy.com


Ding dong Chewy.com calling. We got our monthly sample from Chewy.com.

The dogs & MK were happy this review was for both of them.

Gambler stealing the treats again, he knows they are going to be yummy.

This month they got a sample of:

Halo Liv-a-Littles Grain-Free 100% Chicken Breast Freeze-Dried Dog & Cat Treats.

And YUMMY they were. All Three dogs loved them!

They had some really nice big pieces in the jar.

When I couldn’t find MK I would shake the treat jar and she would come running.

MK thought the were great too. She had to be really fast or the dogs would gobble hers up.

When I couldn’t find MK I would shake the treat jar and she would come running.

Here I come, did I hear the Halo jar shake?


These treats are so good MK sat in the Chewy box waiting for more.

Thank you very much Chewy and Halo for a wonderful treat.

Here’s what Chewy has to say about the Halo treats:

Halo Liv-a-Littles Grain-Free 100% Chicken Breast Freeze-Dried Dog & Cat Treats

100% pure chicken breast, plain and simple (and that’s a good thing!) Halo Liv-a-Littles Grain-Free 100% Chicken Breast Freeze-Dried Dog & Cat Treats are so simple, tasty, and healthy, every pet loves ’em. They’re freeze-dried to lock in the flavor and nutritional benefits of protein-rich chicken breast, and suitable for every stage of your pets’ lives. Cats and dogs agree: one more treat, please!

Key Benefits

  • Suitable for cats and dogs
  • All-natural chicken treat
  • 100% Grain-free
  • Serve on its own or crumble over food at mealtime

More treats please.

I liked these treats because they are for dogs and cats that way you don’t have to buy two different treats. They are freeze dried so they last a long time (not at my house) and I like that they are in big chunks that you can easily break into little pieces for training treats or to put on top of food to entice your pet to eat. They also come in Wild Salmon and Beef. A 2.2 oz jar is on sale now at Chewy.com for $7.29.

My gang gives these treats 4 paws up!

Why Chewy.com?

Because: Chewy.com has more than 300 brands to choose from and is ready to fetch it and ship it, direct to your doorstep, anytime of the day. Have a question regarding the best food for your pet? Call us 24/7 and our helpful customer service team at Chewy.com is ready to listen.

Chewy.com lives and breathes pets. Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Chewy.com’s dedicated staff is committed to providing quality pet products to our customers in a fast and easy way. That’s why we have warehouses located throughout the country – so the products are delivered quickly and efficiently. Bottom line, Chewy.com delivers pet happiness – and there’s nothing really better than that.

Their products are 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed (if your not happy call them and they pay for shipping the item back), they have expert pet care and product advice, over 200 of the best pet brands and 24/7 customer care. Another great benefit of Chewy.com is they have autoship for your pet food needs and orders under $49.00 are a flat rate shipping cost of $4.95.


200 SW 1st Avenue

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301



I was compensated 1 HALO Liv-a-Littles for a honest review from Chewy.com.


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This ‘N That Thursday



Today we join our friends at the 2 Brown Dawgs blog for This ‘N That Thursday.
“This ‘N That Thursday is for those times when you want to post about unrelated topics or each topic isn’t quite long enough to make up a whole post. It can be anything you want, so feel free to grab the button and join us!”
The Duck/Chicken Pen
I keep a few chickens around for fresh eggs. The lay during the warm weather but when it gets cold out they stop laying. Some say I could put a light on as they lay more when the days are longer and with a light on you can trick them into thinking the days are longer. I choose not to do that as I only have a few so I would maybe get one egg a day and it isn’t work the extra electricity. The chickens have a giant enclosed outside pen with a chicken house attached so they can get out of the weather. The chickens do have to share their space with the Mallard ducks. Each year we either start out in the spring by purchasing day old Mallard chicks and raise them up or we keep a few ducks over from the previous year and collect the eggs from the hens come spring time and incubate them and hatch out our own day old. Last year we had so many ducks left over after training we kept them threw the winter. We will then collect their eggs and incubate them instead of purchasing them. We sell most of the ducks to our trainer for training birds. We will use a few on our own dogs for training. Keeping ducks is a very messy ordeal so many don’t want to raise them. We have a big enough area where we can keep them and I enjoy watching and raising them so I don’t mind the mess. The dogs enjoy the ducks too, Norman and Nellie have been raised with them for so many years they are used to them and know the ducks in the pen are off limit. When I go into feed them they will sneek threw the door behind me and will wonder around the pen looking for nibbles of left over food. They leave the ducks alone and the ducks are not scared of them. Gambler and Glory on the other hand are not allowed in the pen yet! They chase them and make the ducks fly around the pen and they get them all riled up. Maybe in a few years they will be able to be in there at feeding time but not now.
Here are some pictures of my birds.
The duck/chicken pen.

The duck/chicken pen.

My birds.

My birds.

I need booties for my big orange feet.

I need booties for my big orange feet.

Ohhhh it's cold out here.

Ohhhh it’s cold out here.

The queen hen.

The queen hen.

Susie Mallard stretching her wings.

Susie Mallard stretching her wings.

Mr. Drake stretching his wings.

Mr. Drake stretching his wings.


Gambler The Mountain Goat

Gambler is one driven dog when it comes to something he likes (toys & training). He loves to be out doing something, he is always on the go. When we are done playing or training we need to put the items in use up high or behind closed doors as he will find a way to get what he wants. Yesterday his football was up on top of Nellie’s kennel high out of reach, so we thought. When I was in doing laundry I see Gambler first jump into Nellie’s kennel and stick his nose up threw the crate holes trying to get his football. Since he couldn’t get it that way he then jumped out of Nellie’s kennel and jumped on to Glory’s kennel then jumped on top of Nellie’s kennel and grabbed his football. He did this a couple of times while I was getting the camera to take the picture. He has no fear of highs, all he cares about is if he got his toy. John did come in and lift him off the crate so he didn’t hurt himself. He is such a resourceful  dog that may get him in trouble one day.


Ha Ha I got my toy!

Ha Ha I got my toy!

One Big Beaver

John does trapping on the side. Gambler loves to see all the critters John brings home. This time a friend of ours brought over this beaver for John to take care of. The beaver weighed 65# and Gambler tried with all his might to pick it up. He was able to drag it around for a bit but couldn’t pick it up as it was almost as big as him. Gambler weighs 70#.

65# beaver

65# beaver

John skins the critters he gets then he fleshes them and drys them. He then sells the hides to a fur buyer.

The stretched beaver.

The stretched beaver.

That was it for yesterdays adventures. Have a great day!