Cori Says “Cesar Cookie Crunchies Are The Best Dog Treats!”

Cori has been with my husband and I for 13 years.  She was our first baby in the family!  I can remember those first few weeks she was at home.  She would wake up at 4:30 a.m. ready to play.  At 8 weeks old, she didn’t understand it wasn’t time to get up yet.  My husband and I would take turns getting up on those weekend mornings to play with her.  She loved us as much as we loved her but 4:30 a.m. was a bit too early for both of us.  Now she does LOTS of sleeping!

Isn’t she cute?  She is a mix of Black Lab and Springer Spaniel.  The perfect size and such a good dog.

We decided from the beginning she would only get dry dogfood, no table scraps and treats on occasion.   The kids always get her dog bisquits for her Christmas gift and once in awhile they talk me into getting something to surprise her with.  Cori gets pretty excited when there are treats around.

We received the new Cesar Cookie Crunchies earlier this week and opened one of the packages.  She LOVED them!  They were on the dining room table in a box and I watched her pace back and forth trying to figure out how to get them herself.   She knew I was watching so behaved herself!   She was wagging her tail briskly when I showed her the treats…and she gobbled them up.   A happy dog she will be, until they are gone!

They are available in two flavors, Chicken Rotisserie and Filet Mignon.  They are baked, bite-sized treats which are 10 calories each.

Disclosure:  I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Cesar and received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.

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