Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Discover Tilly's Treasures

Bentley: “I have recently discovered an incredible tasting new treat and I wanted to tell you about it. Believe me, you’re going to thank me when you hear more.
Tilly's Treasures 100% Freeze-Dried Dog Treats
*Barking from the Bayou received a bag of Dr. Marty Freeze-Dried treast in exchange for an honest review. We only share products we use and believe would benefit our readers. Dr. Marty is not responsible for the contents of this article.
   They are Tilly’s Treasures 100% Freeze-Dried Raw Beef Liver Dog Treats from Dr. Marty™. You might be wondering what goes into making these tasty treats. They are made with one single sensational ingredient…raw beef liver. That means no preservatives, additives, or grains. Are you drooling yet? 

Basset sniffing treat bag
   As any self-respecting Basset Hound would do, I begin each treat review with the ol’ sniff test. One good whiff can tell me everything I need to know about a treat. Tilly’s Treasures are rich in protein, A & B vitamins, iron and other essential minerals. Beef liver can help support vital organs, promote energy and boost brain power. Freeze-drying doesn’t harm any of these healthy nutrients. Those are all important things to a senior dude like me. They definitely sent the message from my nose to my mouth that it was treat time!
Basset hound sittting up
   Oh, my dog! These are incredible. They are light, crunchy and easy to chew which means I am going to have to watch for Mom trying to break them in half. I like how they are different thicknesses because it lets me know they aren’t stamped out by some giant machine. We will be adding these to our walk treat bag. They are going to be great at distracting me when other dogs pass by us. 
   You have probably seen Dr. Marty on television with Oprah Winfrey, Martha Stewart or Good Morning America. He’s been a leader in the veterinary community for over forty years. He specializes in integrative canine medicine which means combining the very best of traditional medicine along with alternative therapies to get maximum results. He is currently owned by three dogs; Tilly, Redford, and Joey. I like that in a veterinarian and in someone making my treats. 
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  1. if Bentley does his unique world class sitting performance they must be absolutely fabulous!

  2. Love the pictures of you begging, Bentley, and those treats look so yummy!

  3. We love beef liver. Madison uses it for agility training, but a different brand. It sounds very tasty!

  4. You sure found some yummy goodies!

  5. Sounds like you guys had struck it lucky, with another fine treat to take on your walks with you. All natural is definitely the way to go, too. Being a cat has some drawbacks the biggest one seems to not getting treats when I go for walks, MOL

  6. Boyz I just love the name Tilly so the treats must be yummy
    Hugs cecilia

  7. They have treats like that at our vet. I guess that's good compensation for going there.

  8. We've heard of Dr. Marty, though not of these treats, but Luke is sold! Great job, Bentley!
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

  9. Those sound pretty good, and from the looks of things, Bentley agrees!

  10. Those treats sound yummy and healthy ! Purrs

  11. We bet cats would like these too!

  12. Yummm...liver always scores high in our books.

  13. Oh, you knows I loves me ANYTHINGS freeze dried!! any left????
    Ruby ♥


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