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The Honest Kitchen Nuzzles Treats Review

Written by Rachel Phelps

Mr. Chewy approached me recently (go with me on this one … he is a dog, and he can talk like me … hehehe). He asked “Do you like treats?”. I said “YES, YES, YES!”. Well, Mr. Chewy said, “I want to send you a box of The Honest Kitchen’s treats called Nuzzles and let your viewers know what you think!”. I said “Sure, I’m up for the challenge!”.

I am a big fan of The Honest Kitchen since I ate some of their dehydrated raw food back when I was going through a phase where I was very picky and wouldn’t eat anything besides puppy food. Yes, us Westies are stubborn dogs. I have had some of their other treats before and really liked them but I hadn’t ever had the Nuzzles yet.

First, Nuzzles are biscuits made from duck and cherries that creates this irresistible flavor that even picky dogs can’t stay away from! What is special about The Honest Kitchen is that all of their food is made from “Human-Grade” ingredients. They also never use genetically modified products and all of their meat supplies have been certified organic and antibiotic-free. So needless to say, these are some high quality ingredients!

To try out the Nuzzles, Mom used the treats during a training session with Elvis and I. After I tried the Nuzzles, I was like, what command do you want me to do now so I can get more Nuzzles?! They were very yummy! Elvis liked them too. Believe it or not, even my brother cat Ashes insisted on trying one and he ate it and gave it a meow so I think he liked it too. To be truthful, I am not sure since I don’t speak cat! So, I give The Honest Kitchen Nuzzles two paws up and a cat. To pick up your own box go to:

Disclosure –The review was provided to my rents and I free of charge. However, opinions expressed here are my own.

About the author

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps, “America’s Pet Parent,” is an award-winning writer, photographer, and certified dog trainer. She keeps busy managing the career of her Internet celebrity dog Preston from Preston Speaks. Her three Westies — who think they are mini-humans — and three cats rule the house. To learn more about Rachel go to: Rachel Phelps Website

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