Thursday, July 28, 2016

Smart Pet Parents Choose Einstein Pets Dog Treats

7 varieties of Einstein Pets dog treats with a blue plate full of the biscuits
Barking from the Bayou,LLC received samples of Einstein Pets Dog Treats in exchange for an honest review. We only review products and services that we use and believe will benefit our audience. Einstein Pets is not responsible for the contents of this article.
   If there is one thing that the Bayou Boys look forward to, it is trying new and delicious treats. As you can imagine, when we were invited to review Einstein Pets™ Dog Treats, they howled with excitement. It could be the variety of flavors, the crunch or the fact that they are all-natural but Bentley and Pierre LOVE them!
Bentley: “If you will give me a moment, I am currently working on a formula to decipher why these treats are so delectable.”
Pierre: “Don’t strain your brain, toss me a Cha Cha Coconut treat and I will show you why I love them.”
Bentley: “Okay, here ya go…Dude! You just ate it. What was scientific about that? How can I wow our readers with my Basset brilliance if you are going to just gobble these crunchy biscuits? I am trying to teach you an important lesson.”
Pierre: “You don’t have to be a genius to figure out why these treats are so incredible. The founders, Kelly and Robert Ison began making Einstein Pets Dog Treats when they discovered how difficult it is to source healthy, nutritionally balanced treats. As you know, a lot of treats are full of processed ingredients that pet parents try to avoid and don’t taste nearly as good. These are freshly baked in small batches. They are sooo yummy!”
Bentley: “According to my findings, these all natural dog treats are made using only human grade ingredients that even you would recognize. I love the Chia Seed that they add into the recipes. It’s a superfood, you know. Those tiny seeds are Omega rich for healthy bones, teeth, and fur.”
Pierre: “You forgot to mention that Einstein Pets treats are sourced and made right here in the good ol’ U.S.A. Wait…what do you mean that even I would recognize? I’ll have you know that not only do I know the ingredients; I also know that Chia is a terrific source of fiber that helps with digestion and detoxification. How ya like me now?”
Bentley: “Very impressive! While you were espousing your Westie wisdom, I took the time to make a list of the incredible flavors they offer. You can order Private Label packages too. Hey, I just had a great idea! We should order Barking from the Bayou treats from Einstein Pets.”
Einstein Pets Dog Treats menu
Pierre: “That sounds like a plan! We will have to decide on our favorite flavor or maybe we can get the Einstein Six Pack! It’s the only way to buy the Cha Cha Coconut and those babies are delish. Speaking of six packs, with these treats only being one calorie per cookie, I might have a six-pack of my own to show off on the bayou.”
Bentley Basset on hind legs writing on chalkboard while Pierre Westie observes from a school desk.
Bentley: “If my calculations are correct, I have discovered the reason that Einstein Pets Dog Treats won the 2016 Pet Product News Editors’ Choice Awards and why dogs can’t get enough of these tasty biscuits. As you can see, me + you + Einstein Pets Dog Treats = Bentley’s Theory of Deliciousness! I believe that I have just proven that I am a genius too.”
Pierre: “Your theory is correct. These taste amazing and the packaging is adorable. You’ll notice Einstein’s mascot and chief taste tester, Abbey is a Westie like me. She gets to try all of the different recipes first. I should follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. We would make a cute power couple.”
Bentley: “That is a brilliant idea! After all, I’m sure that Abbey could use some help with all of that tasting. Ask her if she has room in the kitchen for a hungry hound too. Before you give her a call, why don’t you tell our friends how to fetch some Einstein Pets treats for their pups.”
Pierre: “Sure! You can order a delicious 5 oz. bag of your favorite treat for only $10.99 at Einstein Pets or get The Einstein Six Pack that includes 2 oz. bags in a variety of flavors for $19.95. It is time to Re*Think Dog Treats! No matter which flavor you choose; your dog will think that you are a genius!”
*Thoughtless Thursday has been put on an indefinite hiatus. Thank you to everyone for being a part of this fun blog hop with Ruckus the Eskie, Love is being owned by an Eskie and me.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

The Wild Wild West With the Bayou Boys

   Bentley and Pierre loved their time in the southwest at the BlogPaws™ conference. They stayed indoors most of the time due to the excessive heat but to hear them tell it, they were back in the Wild Wild West!
Bentley: “Hey Pierre, what do you say we rustle us up some grub? This cattle round-up has given me a hankering for some rattlesnake stew.”

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

How to Increase the Chances of Getting Your Lost Pet Back Home #LostPetPreventionMonth

   Disclaimer: Barking from the Bayou. LLC, ( was asked to participate in PetHub’s 2nd annual Lost Pet Prevention Month. We are not being compensated for sharing this information. We feel this is important and useful to our readers. PetHub is not responsible for the contents of this article.
   July is Lost Pet Prevention Month and I can’t think of a better time to share some tips for keeping your best friend safe. Did you know that 1 in 3 pets will be lost during their lifetime? As scary as that statistic is, it pales in comparison to the fact that only 2% of cats and 20% of dogs are reunited with their families. Those are heartbreaking numbers. What can you do to increase the odds that your pet will find its way back to you?
Here are a few tips to help
Purple and yellow collar from PrideBites with Bentley monogrammed
·        Make sure your pet is wearing a collar. Many people will not try to help a dog or cat without a collar because they assume it is a stray or feral.

Monday, July 25, 2016

BFTB NETWoof News July 25, 2016

Bentley: “Hello and welcome to BFTB NETWoof News for July 25, 2016. I hope that your day is going great. We have some interesting stories along with our U. S. weather forecast. What is our top story, Pierre?”
BFTB NETWoof Dogs News with black cat in hardhat on back screen
Pierre: “Oh, we are going to start right off with a feel good cat report. There is a Home Depot store in South Carolina that has been home to ‘Depot’ the cat for over 13 years. The cat is well-loved and known by the customers. Recently, the store announced that the

Friday, July 22, 2016

Is Your Veterinary Hospital Accredited? #AAHADay

   Let me ask you a question. Is your veterinarian an accredited member of the American Animal Hospital Association? If your answer is “no” or “I don’t know” there's no reason to panic, you are not alone. As many as 60% of pet parents assume their veterinary clinic is accredited when it is not. Many others have no idea what an AAHA accreditation means. Up until 3 years ago, I fell into the first category. Luckily, I met the AAHA representatives at our BlogPaws™ conference in Las Vegas 2014. Allow me to share some of the information that made me return home and change veterinarians.
AAHA Accredited Hospital Day logo with dog and kitten
What is AAHA?
   The American Animal Hospital Association has been recognizing outstanding veterinary hospitals for over 80 years. These accredited hospitals hold themselves to a higher standard. This means that your pet is receiving care from a hospital that has passed the highest standards of veterinary excellence.
Pet parent with Basset and his veterinarian
Photo courtesy of University Veterinary Hospital