Hi Every Buddy!  A week or two ago I got an e-mail from

the folks at Chewy's wanting to know if I would like to test and review some of their dog or cat treats.  Not being interested in sharing with Zkhat, I said sure! I love treats. 

My Mom says I love treats a little too much and she is always looking for low calorie munchies for me.  I have got in the habit of having a treat whenever I come in from outside, about 3 to 4 treats total for the day.  So the last batch she got for me were 15 calories for one small treat and they were alright.

BUT THEN,  I got a package from Chewy with these in it.

They are Black Angus Beef treats, freeze dried, from Ontario, Canada, and made by Orijen.  Here is the part my Mom just loves, they are 100% beef, and from 5-7 calories for each treat.  Doesn't that sound good?  I wish you were here so I could share some with you.  But sadly, I cannot (heh, heh).  The package I got is 2 ounces and has about 60 treats in it.  Believe me when I say they are very tasty and quite satisfying!

My Mom has cut my kibble down to 3/4 of a cup twice a day and these low cal treats and she said she might buy me another pack if I keep losing.  How is that for incentive?

Kisses from me, the future skinny Stella!


  1. Oh Stella!, those sound SO yummy!

    Your godson,


  2. Good tasting and LOW CALORIE... What a super combination. Can't go wrong with these treats...

  3. We have had those too and they are so good, Stella. Hope Mom lets you have another bag too.

    BTW, we did go back and tell the name of the food, but as Mom says, she really doesn't think it is the food that has TD down.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

  4. They are awesome, aren't they Stella? I use treats like those for training with Shyla. Mmmm, good.

  5. Oh Stella those treats do sound yummy. Did you know that Black Angus cattle are known in the UK as Aberdeen Angus, and that it because, yes, you've guessed it, they come from my part of the world. (And Angus is a region of Scotland just south of Aberdeenshire).
    Toodle pip!
    PS Today on my blog I have set out the reasons why I should be allowed to join your Thunder Support Group. I'm sure you will find my case a persuasive one. Especially if I also promise to bring along some meat from our local cattle...

  6. Oooh those treats sound great Stella...Came over to visit from Bertie's blog this morning...I'm OK with thunder so I won't ask to join your support group but I know a lot of pups who would benefit...it's a good idea Happy Thursday

  7. They sound great and they make the perfect incentive. Have a tremendous Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

  8. They sound good. Sebastian and the little girls get Charlee Bears because they only have three calories per treat. Sebastian is trying to lose weight and the little girls get lots of treats because they're in training. We like them because they have a Portie on the front of the package.
    Morgan, Sebastian, the Porties, Syd and Mac

  9. I'm drooling all over the keyboard, Stella! I am going to have to track these down!


    P.S. Tell your mom we are still trying to figure out how to adjust the font on the blog. We're not sure if we can now, but we're trying to figure it out!

  10. ╮✿ °•.¸

    Bom fim de semana!
    °º✿♫ Beijinhos.
    º° ✿♥ ♫° ·.

  11. hello stella its dennis the vizsla dog hay yoo cannot go rong with a hunnerd persent pyoor beef!!! unless maybe it wuz a hunnerd and ten persent yoor beef!!! ok bye

  12. Sheesh! Can't EVEN a dog get a break? Diet food?

  13. The treats sound super yummy AND they are a diet food...SCORE! More summer walks combined with the starvation plan you mom has placed you on should have you in bikini shape by the 4th of July!

  14. Ha I bet you are so glad no fur body is near you to get a treat.
    They do sound good, I lick custard cream biscuits, not good and not low Cal but at my age who cares.
    No the computer is still crazy, we went back tp 2010 and got on hence a post next time error code then it woked again then didn't.
    Licks Bobby & Pip