Laugh Out Loud Pet Treats!

March 11, 2013    |    By +
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Laugh out Loud Pet Treats

As a pet owner to two Shih Tzu’s I am always looking for fun treats to give them for being so cute! Of course we can’t forget about the kitties either. They do eat other treats besides catnip you know! Well, I couldn’t stop laughing when I stumbled upon these insanely cute treats called Petchup and Meowsturd. I know what you are thinking, ”Can pets eat mustard and ketchup?” Technically, probably not. But these aren’t from your typical grocery store.  They look like the real thing, but they are feline and fido friendly! These bottles are actually nutritional condiments for dry cat and dog foods. It was created to help our pets get a daily shot of healthy benefits while making their food a little more interesting, just like ketchup and mustard do for us!

But, look out, if you’re not careful you just might mistake it for your own condiments! No matter how natural and delicious it’s supposed to be you probably don’t want it on your burger.

Another fun way to give your pets treats is Kitty Catbernet
and Mutt Merlot! These treats are packaged in an attractive wine bottle that will add romance to your pet’s evening!

So, the next time you’re looking for something special and fun for the four legged friends in your life scoop one of these up and make their day!

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