Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Finished UFO's

Happy Tuesday to you! For those of you who aren't familiar with quilt terms, UFO refers to an unfinished object. This last weekend I finished my lap quilt from my monthly Fig Leaf club, that I've mentioned. I am very happy with how it turned out and washed it-it is so puffy and soft. You can see the quilt design-in the corners I have Dahlia's and then smaller designs in other areas.

This table runner I made a month or so ago; I actually machine quilted it and I'm trying to continue to attempt this on a more regular basis. I love it for spring!

I'm hand quilting the baby quilt that I was challenged to make; hoping that gets done this week. I asked our retired Chief of Police if they needed quilts for their police cars-in case of rescue, accident, etc.  but he said a group makes really small ones and then puts a stuffed animal or toy with it. I think I'll donate it to our Pregnancy counseling group or keep it as a gift.
I hope you have a great day and find some time to do something that you enjoy!

Monday, April 24, 2017

A Final Act of Love

Hello friends, Early this morning I will join 8 gals from our quilt group and hit the road on a mini-shophop. I'm excited and this is the second trip we've done together. Headed in the opposite direction to some new stores and lots of opportunities to buy more fabric for our stash.
 I wanted to share a story of our dear friends in Carmel Valley~Aletha and I have been friends for 51 yrs, get that! We've grown through our teens, marriage, having babies to now having empty nests. Aletha and I have always been dog lovers and watched as each family have gone through the different stages of life with dogs. There is a saying I heard about loving dogs, "You show a dog the greatest love on the day you adopt them and on the day you let them go".  It is so gut-wrenching to make that decision for a companion that has spent many, many years with your family. Yesterday, Aletha and Dave had to set Tucker free, to run over the Rainbow Bridge and run free. Here is a picture of Aletha and Dave's dogs-Tucker, a Jack Russell Terrier is on the left and their cute dog Ruby(who they've entered in Ugly Dog Competitions), a mix is on the right. It seems Tucker has been with them forever, although it has only been 16.5 yrs. In this photo, he really reminds me of Reggie, my sister's dog that we adopted after she passed away.
Aletha with Tucker at his favorite spot overlooking the beach. This was his final time at the spot, one filled with lots of tears.

Here is Dave with Ruby; she is the sweetest dog I've ever met, other than Hunter. They almost named her Yoda due to her ears. Seriously, Aletha will say that she is so ugly that she is cute. It is true, but her personality more than makes up for her appearance.

The memories of Tucker will eventually bring smiles, but for now it's just sadness. When we had our Sadie, the two would play and chase each other. Tucker was such a fun loving dog, filled with endless energy and brought their family so much laughter and love. I will be honest and say that I've shed some tears for our friends as they walked through this process with Tucker.  Aletha and I have a saying, in fact we have a sign that reads "Life Without Dogs, I don't think so."
So today, I say Run Free Tucker!

Hope you give any pets an extra squeeze today.  I sure have given Hunter tons over the last two days.

Friday, April 21, 2017

Spring Rain

On a cold and rainy Friday, what is one to do but have a relaxed morning and then join hubby to meet two friends for lunch.  Hubby has one dish he loves, a chimichunga, so he always orders it.
 Typically, I order a shrimp taco salad without the tortilla, but today decided to try their house salad with steak.  It was good, but not as good as my regular salad.
We left in the midst of a downpour and ran a few errands; hubby is now downstairs watching Passenger while I'm upstairs sewing on a binding. We desperately need the rain, but next week shows 4 days of it. Our spring is typically very wet and as long as there is no flooding, I'm o.k. We also get rain during the summer months-usually in the afternoon or evening.  That means that during the summer, when our old town  in no. Ca. is brown and dry, we will have green grass and abundant plants.  I do hope we get some warm weather though.  Our weekend is pretty quiet and on Monday I'm joining 8 friends and going on a mini-shophop.  For those non-quilters, this simply means that we are picking out 6-8 quilt stores in different towns and going to them.  We will also go to the Quilt Museum in Golden, someplace I've never been before and that I'm excited about; we have a ball when we are together!
I hope you have a glorious weekend!

Thursday, April 20, 2017

It's Thankful Thursday again and it seems like quite awhile since I've done this meme.  I'm thankful  for this life, for each new day that I wake up.  In a world where many are being persecuted or killed for their beliefs, I am thankful that I live in a free country where I can choose to worship in public and hold gatherings centered around fundamental Christian beliefs and not be punished.
I am thankful for an incredibly, loving family, especially my rock-my beloved hubby for almost 39 years. Hard to believe we've been together for 42, known each other for 50 years.  I am so thankful for two incredible daughters, two remarkable son-in-laws that are more like sons than sil's.  Of course, life wouldn't be nearly as fun without our 11 grandchildren. Each one blesses us so much.
Speaking of blessings, yesterday's brunch was so good~I made a Crustless Spinach, Mushroom, Bacon quiche. Let me tell you it was so good.  One of the gals who came brought a fruit salad and I had gluten free apple-cinnomon muffins and some sweet bread-can't tell you what it was, because I couldn't taste it(gluten).  I am beyond thankful for God's grace and mercy on me, His hand covering me and leading me each day.
I am also thankful for the white bundle of fluff Hunter, who is a incredible companion and unconditional love.
Today I have 6 grands coming over for a couple of hours; it's our weekly time together with four and then two are coming from Carrie's family to have play time with their cousins/aka best friends.
I hope you have a great Thursday and remember to give thanks for all the blessings in your life.
Joy to you!

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Easter Sing

Happy Tuesday! On Easter Sunday night our daughters church was putting on a special presentation with the children. All but 2 of our 11 participated and we were thrilled to attend. The older children were in two different skits or mini-plays and it was so good to see them acting; our younger grands joined in singing. The little girls in the front right, bottom row were so adorable. Our three grands are top right; the girl in the middle with blue dress is from one family and flanked by two sisters from the other family. They did such a great job. WE didn't get any pics of the kids made up for the skit though.

I had Fig Leaf club this morning and then took a good friend out to lunch for her birthday. This afternoon I've been baking~tomorrow I'm having three neighbors, who I did the study with, over for brunch. It will be a nice way to end our weekly time together. Hope you have a great day and that your week has started off on the right foot.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Another Year Older

Happy Monday to you! I hope you had a wonderful weekend~we sure did. Aside from it being Easter weekend, our weather was incredible and we had a fun family gathering yesterday for Easter. Last week we celebrated our two granddaughters, whose birthday are just 5 days apart. It helps that they are in the same family. Here is Miss S, growing in leaps and bounds. So thoughtful and kind with a sensitive spirit as well.
The party theme was Parisian and instead of a cake, they had french cookies.  Little sis couldn't resist photo bombing them.
Here is our Peanut; many may remember the health issues she had when she was young-well she's grown up so much.  Intelligent, artistic and fun; in fact, last week she was featured on a book blog and wrote 5 book reviews.
Hubby and I are cleaning our wood floors today and later I've got a lunch date and this afternoon will take another granddaughter for ice cream.
I hope you have a great Monday.
Joy to you.

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Easter Blessings

From our heart and home to  yours, may you experience the Risen Lord Jesus in Glory and Love.
Happy Easter~

Friday, April 14, 2017

Good Friday

 May His Love Cover you today!

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Cesar Dog Food From Chewy Review

As a Chewy #Influencer, we are able to participate in the great blogging program Chewy has. As a Chewy #Influencer, each month we receive a product to try; all opinions are my own and we did not receive any compensation for participating in this program. As you know, Hunter is one picky/finicky when it comes to food-whether dry, wet or even treats. It has been the only hard thing about having a small dog; all the dogs we've ever had ate like vacuum cleaners and it took us a long time to finally find food he would eat. Of course, having other family dogs around also help him learn to act more like a dog. So this month, I decided to try Cesar kibble and wet food. Just to make it clear how picky he is, I have been known to take many bags back to the store to exchange. Hunter finally settled in on kibble that Lily and Copper eat, so it was a bit risky to try something new on him. However, he absolutely loves the wet food and I've found his digestion is better from it verses the brand we had been feeding him.  We received a large box of the wet food-24 trays; he gets 1/2 tray each evening. I haven't tried the duck yet, but he loves the the chicken flavor.  I started adding in the kibble to his regular kibble so that it didn't upset his digestive tract.  He also seems to enjoy it; but I've found that he only eats the kibble right before bed-unless one of the other pups is here, then he'll eat it immediately.
As you can see, the kibble is the perfect size for a small dog.
From Chewy~ Cesar's Wet Food:
Cesar Original Pate with Turkey in Meaty Juices, Grilled Chicken Flavor in Sauce, Oven Roasted Chicken Flavor, Duck in Meaty Juices - Your dog will jump for joy when he tries these delicious recipes.

Key Benefits

  • High quality cuisine that provides unparalleled variety and enjoyment
  • Formula provides complete and balanced nutrition in a pate formulated for adult dogs
  • Fortified with vitamins and minerals to help dogs of all sizes to stay healthy
  • Savory dog food is served in convenient trays with easy, peel-away freshness seals
  • Features delectable delicious flavors for dogs with refined tastes at any time of day
Cesar's Kibble
The Cesar Filet Chicken Flavor With Spring Vegetables Dry Dog Food puts taste and nutrition in one convenient bag. Made with high-quality meat as the first ingredient plus a garnish of spring veggies, it’s just the type of high-protein meal your pup deserves. And with meaty, tender chunks throughout the crunchy kibble pieces, he’ll love the texture and variety, and you’ll love that he’s getting complete nutrition that’s packed with a whopping 26 nutrients for small dog needs.

Key Benefits

  • Made with real chicken as the first ingredient for protein-rich nutrition and great taste.
  • Gourmet recipe is specially crafted with 26 nutrients that are beneficial to small dogs.
  • Contains a blend of crunchy pieces, including an “H” shape that helps keep teeth and gums healthy.
  • The re-sealable zipper helps keep the food fresh until it runs out.
  • Savory chicken flavor with a garnish of spring vegetables is highly palatable and appealing.
I am so happy with this brand and will be ordering more when we run out.  I can't say enough about it and all that matters is that Hunter loves it.
A big thank you to Miss Natalie and the entire Chewy staff for making this program so easy.
WE rate Cesar foods 4 paws and the entire Chewy staff 10 Stars.
You can find Chewy here and take a look yourself:

Noreen and a happy Hunter

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

The Beauty of Spring

Good Morning Friends, I hope your week has been pleasant and you've found some things that bring joy to your spirit. Today, I'm off to our last neighborhood ladies study and then hubby and I are taking some grands shopping. One granddaughter is turning 10 tomorrow and we always take the birthday girl, when she reaches ten, out for a new outfit. This girl has a very specific brand she loves-Hannah Anderson, so we'll be taking her down the road to a mall that carries this clothes line. I love Spring and my heart is singing-time outside, working in the garden and anticipating nice warm days.

May your days be filled with joy of this beautiful earth.
Blessings and joy,

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Sitting at DMV this morning, waiting to renew my DL. Unfortunately, I'm still having issues with blogger, so may need to change formats. This has been so frustrating and blogger doesn't seem to be of any help. I hope I get it figured out soon.
Happy Tuesday to you!

Monday, April 10, 2017

As of today, I have restricted my blog due to the high volume of spam I am getting in Dashboard. I doubt this will fix the issue, but short of changing to another blog site, I'm at a loss on how to stop this issue. I have notified Blogger and also the sites the spam is coming from.  If you are one of my followers and aren't allowed in, please feel free to contact me-either here or on Facebook.
I hope that this problems is soon resolved and I'll be able to open it up again.
It's Monday and the beginning of Easter week.  I hope you had a great weekend!  Thank you for the comments concerning the Spam I'm receiving on my dashboard reading list-I've reported it to Blogger and also to the company that it is coming from.  Not sure how they got my URL, but so ready to have them stop.  The blog titles are essays that others have written and I have never even been to the site they were generated from; it is so frustrating when you get unrequested posts on your reading list of followers~when you don't know who in the world it is.  I had it happen years ago and finally realized that a blogger I had followed had sold her blog to someone else and it was all ads.  This issue seriously makes me consider going to another site like Wordpress etc.
We are now down to one pup-Petrol went home yesterday. While she was thrilled to see her family, Hunter was sorry to see her go.  He does so well with another pup here and if we didn't want to travel as much as we do, I'd have another dog in a heartbeat.
My week will be crazy with lots of appointments and gatherings~birthday parties, shopping and preparing for our Easter celebration.
It's sunny here today, but still cool.  I'm so ready for spring.
Joy to you!

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Reading List Changes?

Good Morning Friends.  I have a question for all of you who post on Blogger~this week when I've gone to my reading list, the blogs I follow show up name only on the right hand side.  Where the blog and a quick description of the post used to be in the center, is now just ads by usually one company/blog that I've never heard of and didn't follow. I'm not sure how this happened or what to do to get rid of these unwanted ads and have my reading list back in the center.  Has anyone else run into this problem?  Any suggestions?

Friday, April 7, 2017

So Thankful for Technology

Happy Friday to you! As I've been getting texts and photos from our family in D.C., I am reminded that many of us didn't grow up with instant communication-whether on trips and just away from our homes. I am so thankful that we've been getting updates each day as to what they are seeing.  Yesterday's weather was quite nasty and cold.
Today they went to the Museum of Natural History and there was a photography exhibit.  Our girl took this photo because she knows her dad loves swim with the turtles.
Yesterday they got to see a exhibit on the Wright Brothers. Here is their plane, take at the Air Museum.

They are having a wonderful time and will be home soon.
 I hope you all have a great weekend.
Hugs, Noreen

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Discovery Shuttle

Happy Thursday to you. While the parents are at home minding the fort and taking care of pups, our kiddos and grands are having a wonderful educational trip in Washington D.C. It is a short trip and jam packed with everything you would want to see, other than the White House. On Monday, they all went to the Air and Space museum and got to see this shuttle. Incredible.

We are so glad they got to take this trip together; the cousins will truly remember it.  There is nothing like living history to teach children and plant seeds of learning in their minds.
We are enjoying nice weather and our typical busy days.  I hope you have had a great week thus far and remember to be thankful for every day-it passes too quickly.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Northern California

Hello friends~We are back from sunny California and as sweet as our time was there, it's always good to be home! Here are reminders for me of one of my favorite trees-Japenese Cherry Trees. The fragrance is so very sweet and I love the blossoms. On Friday we took the grands to In-n-Out and these were all around.

Of course, Hunter was never far from my mind; he stayed with Kim and her family as well as Petrol.
We worked non-stop on Friday, cleaning and organizing Carrie's mil's condo. It will go on the market once it goes through probate.  It made me come home and start weeding out clothes that I no longer need.  The photo below was at my brother and sister "of my heart" home-it is my dad in his 80's with my nephew Jason, daughter Carrie in the striped top and Kim in the pink top.  Such sweet memories.
While in Ca. our friend Barbara and I got all of our reservations made for our New England trip this coming Oct.  We were both brain dead by the time we finished Saturday evening.   It's done and we can relax now; the rooms were booking up quickly and prices jumping.
I am still getting caught up on chores, plus have our ladies study today.  I hope you are enjoying the week so far.
Hugs and smiles,

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Happy Birthday to Me

Happy Wednesday to all of my friends and loved ones!  Today is a special day in my life~I've officially reached Medicare age.  You know you are getting older when Social Security and Medicare are milestones.  I'm excited about my health care being cheaper!  Our health insurance had more than doubled from the time we moved here and I'm excited that now hubby pays less than half of what it was up until this month.
I started my day off hearing from my daughters~we celebrated last Saturday and it was such fun.
This morning I had our neighborhood bible study and my close friends had a card and a gift card to take me to lunch once we get back from Ca.  Tonight hubby and I will be going out for dinner, to our favorite restaurant- Bone Fish.  I can't wait; I should be walking right now, but have to many things to do to get read to leave tomorrow.  I've heard from my brother and looking forward to spending time with them as well as seeing our friends in Santa Rosa, even though the reason for the trip is not pleasant.  I'll be out of contact for the weekend; but hopefully will have some pictures of beautiful Sonoma County in the spring to share with you next week.
May blessings cover you today!

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Happy Tuesday to you! We woke up today to dark, dreary skies; reminds me so much of Sonoma County in California. So here are my feelings about it.  Rainy Days make me want to stay inside and sew or read, even possibly take a nap.  We desperately need the rain and to be honest I prefer the rain to snow, but my heart is dreaming of warmer days.

I love Tulips; we have lots of bulbs in our front beds~but not enough for me.  I do need to plant some more next fall.
Daffodils have always been my favorite flower; in fact, on our second date my sweet hubby stopped by the side of a road and picked some wild daffodils for me-be still my heart.  He definitely had me then.
Thankfully the weather in northern California will be really nice and warm this weekend and I'm looking forward to it.  It will be a sad occasion-a Memorial Service for our sil's mother; lots of cleaning out of her belongings etc while we are there.  However, we get to spend three nights with our best friends & traveling companions planning our trip to New England this fall, this will be so fun after a bittersweet day.  We will also get to spend an afternoon and night with my brother and sister of my heart-which will make it all the better.  I know we will see lots of Daffodils by the roads in Santa Rosa and Windsor, which will make my heart sing.
Hope you have a great day, regardless of the weather.  For those in the south and east please be careful if you are having those awful storms we saw on the news.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Another Year Older

Happy Monday to you! It's hard to believe we are at the end of March-where do the days go! Hubby often says that with 11 grandchildren, we have a birthday a month; not quite, but there are several overlapping. This month our oldest grandson turned 16 and our granddaughter turned 7. Her birthday was yesterday, so we had a family dinner Saturday night to celebrate her birthday and mine this coming week. We were entertained by our two oldest granddaughters; it was good practice for an upcoming recital. The dinner was so good-Cashew Chicken, Rice and Cabbage Slaw.
After presents, we had desert~Irish Tea Cake with Strawberries and whipped cream.
Since this granddaughter's birthday is three days before mine, I gave her a ring my parents gave me-it is Aquamarine in a pretty gold setting.  What I didn't know is that it would fit her perfectly.  She was so touched by this gift, which made me very happy.
Today my BFF here is taking me for a pedicure-yeah!  She'll be getting one too; I always love getting one in the spring and since we will be heading back to warm northern California this coming Thursday, my feet will look nice for the sandals I'll be wearing.
I hope you have a great Monday.
Make someone smile today!

Friday, March 24, 2017

Happy Friday to you!  Spring is here, but so is our very changeable weather!  We were supposed to get some heavy rain today with snow, but so far we are just having wind gusts.  I'm off to DMV to renew my license~apparently, when you hit 65 you are no longer able to renew online.  Afterward, hubby and I have an errand to run and then I'll spend the day working on finishing my table runner.
Yesterday was busy~I went to my quilting buddy's house for a bit of help and she showed me a technique that was so much easier than I was trying.  I also found out that often I handle a skill like I'm left handed-must be how my brain processes the info, because I'm not left handed.  We had a lunch with our financial advisors, for my birthday next week, then spent time with grands and ran errands afterwards.  My days are just flying by and it seems almost impossible to get to the computer. Life is good and I'm just enjoying every minute.  The weekend will find me sewing as well as a birthday party for one of our granddaughters.  She is sharing her party with me-so much easier than having to have two family parties in one week.  With big families, our girls don't throw birthday parties for friends unless it is a significant birthday.  We have 17 in the family and that's a big enough party.
I hope you have a wonderful day and fantastic weekend.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Three Peas in a Pod, Minus One

Happy Wednesday to you. Although it looks like spring here in Colorado, the temp is only 38 degrees. This photo was from last week when Hunter was sporting his Irish bandana.
Here's Lilly, she's starting to show her age-10 years and lets the pups know when they need to back off.
Copper is such a good dog, most of the time she is really mellow.  You should see her run in their yard though; when Hunter is playing tag with her, she actually grabs his tail in her mouth~something she learned from Lilly.
The one pup missing is sweet Petrol....I'll have her tomorrow and Hunter will enjoy their play time.
I'm taking a neighbor to lunch for her birthday and then hope to do some sewing.
I hope whatever you have planned today includes something that makes you smile.
Noreen and the pack

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Treasured Grace by Tracie Peterson

I have always loved Tracie Peterson's historical novels.  Her writing draws me into the story, with accurate portrayals and rich characters; this book was no exception.  Set it the mid-1800's, a young woman finds herself caring for her two sisters after her parents have died.  Leaving her family home and marrying a minister out of convenience, she find herself on a wagon train heading towards Oregon.  I appreciated the main character Grace, for her wisdom of herbs and the healing properties they offered.  On the trail her husband dies and she stops at the Whitman Mission until they can proceed to Oregon.

From the Author:
 " Grace Martindale has known more than her share of hardship. After her parents died, raising her two younger sisters became her responsibility. A hasty marriage to a minister who is heading to the untamed West seemed like an opportunity for a fresh start, but a cholera outbreak along the wagon trail has left Grace a widow in a very precarious position.
Having learned natural remedies and midwifery from her mother, Grace seeks an opportunity to use her skills for the benefit of others. So when she and her sisters arrive at the Whitman mission in “Oregon Country,” she decides to stay rather than push on.
With the help of Alex Armistead, a French-American fur trapper, Grace begins to provide care for her neighbors, including some of the native populace. But not everyone welcomes her skills–or her presence–and soon Grace finds herself and those she loves in more danger than she imagined possible."

After Grace realizes that the native peoples are not the demons some people portray them as, she seeks to help them as well.  The white people were also equally vicious on their attacks of the natives. The story is fascinating and suspenseful and I did not want to put the book down; the only thing I found difficult was waiting until this summer for the next book in the series.  I would rate this 10 stars, out of 10.  If you like historical fiction, look for this book~it won't disappoint.
I would like to thank Bethany House for the opportunity to review this book.  I was provided this book in exchange for my honest opinion; I received no compensation for my review.


Monday, March 20, 2017

St. Patrick's Day

Happy Monday to you! We are having beautiful, spring-like weather and I'm taking advantage of it. I'll walk in a little bit and then I"m sure my day will include some outdoor time. Later this week we are supposed to get rain-which we truly need. For now, this Irish gal is very happy! On Friday our oldest daughter Carrie hosted a St. Patrick's Day tea & luncheon for all of the gals. Hubby took the three boys out to lunch, but didn't get any photos. Carrie set a beautiful table with her China and even some of the Belleek pottery that I bought her in Ireland. She had sandwiches, cucumbers with avocado and capers, cheese, crackers; I brought green fruit and Kim brought dessert~an Irish tea cake. Here are both daughters with all of the granddaughters; be still my heart-love my family to pieces!  Everyone knows they have to wear green-even if it is jewelry or just a little bit.  Even the boys had green on.

After lunch, the kiddos all went outside to play in the sunshine.  The schools were off last week for winter break, or maybe it was spring break so the girls were able to be outside during school hours.  Typically, they stay inside during the regular school hours.
Not much on the agenda this week~a couple of meetings and I'm taking a neighbor to lunch on Wednesday for her birthday.  Oh yes, I have to go to DMV to renew my license, for some weird reason(maybe I've never had one in this county before) I have to go in person and couldn't do it online.
I hope you have a spectacular day!

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Primal Treats Beef Liver Munchies from Chewy

Hello friends, It's that time for another great product review from Chewy. As a #Chewy Influencer, Hunter is able to sample treats and food in exchange for our honest opinion. WE LOVE CHEWY! Hunter loves Beef Liver, so I was anxious to see how he liked these treats.
He's already trying to get the package open and telling me to hurry up with the photos.
These treats are the perfect size for him, either added to his kibble or just a treat. They are easy to break as well.
Can you tell how much he wants it? He absolutely loves this liver munchie and I'm beginning to think about adding some of their other freeze dried products to his daily kibble. I've mentioned it before, but Hunter is the pickiest eater we've ever had. It can make life challenging at times, but we love him!


Wholesome, human-grade treats that are packed with flavor and protein are the kind of treats dogs and
cats can rally behind. Primal Beef Liver Munchies Freeze-dried Dog & Cat Treats are produced using
 beef raised in the United States without antibiotics or added hormones, and contain no preservatives,
grain or gluten. These treats get their concentrated meaty flavor and high-density nourishment from the
 low-temperature freeze-drying technique. As a single source protein, Beef Liver Munchies offer a
 healthy snack for cats and a nutritious training and obedience reward for dogs.

Key Benefits

  • Human-grade treats for both dogs and cats are crunchy and have an irresistible flavor
  • Made with a single source protein and without preservatives, added salt, or added sugar, they are the
  •  kind of snack dogs and cats can rally behind
  • Produced using beef raised in the United States for a high protein and healthy delicacy
  • Treats get their concentrated meaty flavor and high-density nourishment from the low-temperature
  •  freeze-drying technique
  • As a single source protein, Beef Liver Munchies offer a healthy snack for cats and a nutritious training and obedience reward for dogs
I love the fact that this is produced here in the U.S. and natural, without added preservatives.  WE rate 
these 10 Stars for the quality and company standards.  Hunter is always up for just one more.
WE want to thank Natalie and all of Chewy's staff for this wonderful program.  WE order many 
food items from them and also like that you can have things auto-shipped to your door.  You can
 check out these treats and many more here~www.chewy.com
Noreen and Hunter