Taste of the Wild Wetlands

Saphera was so excited about the scent of Taste of the Wild Wetlands that most of her photos were a blur +she ate the chunks and gravy before we could get a photo of them….Believe it or not, we even tried giving her two cans in hopes she would be calmer for the second… that plan didn’t work, either. I didn’t think you’d want a photo of the sparkling clean bowl after she licked it… Chewy’s ad says, “What do dogs love more than the great taste of fowl?” and judging by the shine of that empty bowl, they’re correct.20170625_142921.jpg

Taste of the Wild Wetlands is a blend of duck, chicken, quail and turkey. Plus, it is grain-free , which is what Saphera’s diet requires.

.As per Chewy’s ad, the Key Benefits are:

Grain-free diet with duck, roasted quail and smoked turkey offers a taste sensation for even the most finicky dogs

Complete and balanced formula can also be fed as your pet’s sole diet

Supplemented with vegetables and fruits, this formula delivers antioxidants to help give your furry friend a healthy lifestyle

20170625_142950Formula provides an optimal amino acid profile

Made right here in the USA! …. Made in the USA… that is very important to me because I trust food that is processed here not to have contaminants.

Disclaimer: As members of Chewy’s Blogger Outreach Program, we received product for free in exchange for our fair and honest review. Chewy is not responsible for the contents of this post. Saphera only shares products and information that she believe are of interest to readers.20170625_142956

Chewy revamped their website so you can get supplies for your fur-babies and non-furry pets, too. Chewy always has great prices, and a wide selection of products, plus they provide speedy free shipping for orders of $49.00 or more. They also have reasonable shipping rates for smaller orders. You can set up an auto ship so you never run out of your pets favorites (you can skip, cancel or delay these, too – Chewy’s customer Service is tops).

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Author: foguth

Though Jeanne began her career technical writing, her love of romantic-suspense, whether it be present, future or in an unknown galaxy inspired her to write the novels she wanted to find in bookstores. Since marrying, Jeanne and her husband have lived from the arctic to the tropics, as well as from yacht to off-grid mountain home. She loves using vivid colors and flowing shapes in her oil paintings as well as creating edible landscapes. At present, she is finishing writing the Chatterre Trilogy and working on a new episode for The Sea Purrtector Files. You can always find out what she is working on and/or contact her at: www.jeannefoguth.com.

21 thoughts on “Taste of the Wild Wetlands”

    1. That was between the first and second cans… she gulped down the first one so fast that I wonder if she even tasted it…. The theory was that we could get actual photos of the food if we just opened a 2nd can…. in the time between putting that in her bowl and picking up the camera, it disappeared, too! Was it any surprise that she could only lie down for that last photo?!?

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    1. LOL, she ‘inhaled’ TWO full cans…. could put a shop vac to shame! It was no wonder she could only sprawl with her tongue out for that final photo…. And now, you have a clue why she’s been on a strict diet for months.

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      1. Yes, she was very happy to be so full…. if left to her own devices, she would eat everything in sight. Thus, I believe her psychological issues include a eating disorder, as well as PTSD, which we believe she had when we found her running wild. We thought that after a while she would feel secure and outgrow phobias/events from when she was a puppy, but it’s been 7 years & that hasn’t happened.

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      2. Maybe she fears to lose everything again and tries to get the best quick and now. As a matter of fact, she must have experienced some hard trauma during her feral past. Maybe, it will never happen Saphira forgets her previous life!
        Pawkisses 😀
        Sid

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      3. After all this time, I agree that she will never get over the trauma she suffered as a puppy. We found her running next to the interstate. She had a broken tail and other injuries, but we will never know what happened. The vet said she was about 6 months old. That was 7 years ago, so obviously what happened to her as a baby had more ‘impact’ than anything good in the past years.

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    1. We are, too, but it was very frustrating not getting all the photos we planned… I don’t know how she can eat as fast as she does. For certain if I tried that speed or amount, I’d make myself sick.

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