Tuesday, March 28, 2017

RedBarn Treats are Simply the Best

Bentley Basset Hound and Pierre Westie beg for RedBarn Choppers
Barking from the Bayou received RedBarn products in exchange for our honest review. We only share products that we feel will be of benefit to our readers. RedBarn is not responsible for the contents of this article.
   Bentley and Pierre are so excited to share their newest loves. They are a wide variety of treats from RedBarn Naturals. We met the representatives of RedBarn last year at the BlogPaws conference and the boys loved their samples. When our big box full of treats arrived last week, they went berserk! Their noses hit the box and they were jumping up and down in excitement. I was excited to get an awesome RedBarn tote bag!
Bentley: “Believe me, if you could see and smell all of the incredible bags of treats, you would do the same thing. Mom has refused to open each bag for us to sample but we have talked her into opening several.”
Pierre: “I love everything that we have tried. I even stopped chasing a squirrel when I saw the bag of Bully Nuggets. Good grief, they are delicious. RedBarn’s Made in America label means that most of their products are not only manufactured here but the majority of the ingredients are sourced from U.S. based providers. The plant in Great Bend, Kansas is where they do the cooking, cleaning, assembling and packaging of most all of their tasty products.”
Pierre Westie tries to sit up like Bentley Basset Hound for a piece of RedBarn Choppers
Bentley: "RedBarn is also super careful to ensure the highest quality and safest products. They invest time and money into their quality assurance programs by purchasing new machinery, employing skilled and educated staff and using the most up-to-date processing and testing procedures. That means we can munch with confidence.”
Pierre: “I noticed they don’t add wheat, corn, gluten, soy, artificial colors or preservatives to their products. The co-owners of RedBard are Jeff Baikie and Howard Bloxam. They have been lifelong friends and started the company way back in 1996. I love when a business is founded on friendship and a love for dogs. They are cat people too and have started making food for our feline friends."
Bentley: “We are going to tell you a little bit about the treats that we received. Although we haven’t talked Mom into opening all of the bags, she has let us sniff each one. It’s totally not fair but we want them to last as long as possible so we are trying to be patient. All of the ones we have tried are scrumptious so I’m sure they are all amazing after all, their motto is
Simply the Best
A variety of delicious RedBarn all natural treats and handy tote bag
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Barky Bark® is made from esophagus slow-roasted in its own natural juices for a unique crunchy texture. The esophagus cartilage is an excellent source of chondroitin for that may help support joint function.
Bully Nuggets are bite-sized pieces of beef lung roasted in secret bully stick gravy. That gravy contains chick cartilage and salmon oil to help your dog’s joints. The sight of this bag brings Bentley and Pierre running.
Bully Slices™ contain natural cowhide tossed in a coating made from real peanut butter.
Bully Sticks 7” all beef chews made from grass-fed cows. These single ingredient treats gently scrape plaque from your dog’s teeth to help keep their teeth healthy. Gotta love a bully stick.
Chew-A-Bulls™ Premium Beef Dog Treat is a favorite here on the Bayou. They are genuine bully sticks and real peanut butter! These babies have our tails wagging!
Choppers® will have dogs begging for more. These crunchy slow-baked beef lungs provide a Protein-Surge™ to help dogs power through their days of running and playing.
Piggy Puffs® are all natural pork skin puffed to a light and crunchy texture. Slow roasted in their natural flavor these are easy to break and share although your dog will want the entire piece.
Porky Slices are pig ears and a favorite of dogs. They also contain chondroitin for joint support. The Bayou Boys LOVE pig ears so much that I have to hide the bag!

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  1. We are working through a nice selection of these treats too! We love them, but so many to test...a tough life we have! I'm posting next week. Enjoy!

  2. we will have to keep our eyes open for that brand - looks very yummy

  3. WooooooooooooooHooooooooooooo those are some treats you 2 can really sink your teeth into...
    Hugs madi your bfff

  4. They sound doggie-licious and Great Bend, Kansas just sounds as wholesome as you can get.

  5. Oh yum, yum!!!!! I would luffs ALL of them!!!!!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  6. Looks like you guys are enjoying those Choppers
    Lily & Edward

  7. Great review guys!!! Loving all the pawesome pics too :)

    Bestest purrs

    Basil & Co xox

  8. They have a whole lot of great treats

  9. They all look and sound tasty!
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

  10. What a good variety of treats they have, and they sound like a high quality, conscientious company. That's a win/win for everyone!
    Jan & the crew at Wag 'n Woof Pets

  11. Wow! And that bag is huge! Great info guys!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  12. Those must be good treats if you stopped hunting squirrels to get some, Pierre. ;)

  13. They MUST be GOOD... based on the NAMES fur each type of treat. and what they are made with/from.

  14. I love how Bentley sits for treats! These treats sound like the kind of things dogs dream about!

  15. Those look mighty grrreat!
    Yur Furend,
    louis Dog Armstrong

  16. Ooooh, those look tasty. I'll have to be on the look out for them. I'm sure the pups would LOVE them!


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