Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Look Who's Happy

Hello Everyone and Happy Tasty Tuesday!
Today I'm excited to share with you Look Who's Happy Tempt'n Tenders the Chicken with Pumpkin Recipe. While learning more about this company, I fell in love with their philosophy:
"If there's one thing all dogs should have in common, it's that they should be happy!"

*Naturally raised meats providing high quality protein.
*Cage free poultry raised in the USA without hormones or antibiotics.
*Garden vegetables picked at the peak of ripeness.
*Carefully selected fruits rich in powerful antioxidants.

Let's start with my favorite thing about these treats besides the taste, they only have 6 ingredients. They are:
*Cane Molasses
*Citric Acid 
*Mixed Tocopherols
(source of Vitamin E)

My second favorite thing, they are made right here in the USA on their family owned plant.

These treats are about 4 inches long and come in a 4 ounce resealable bag to lock in the moister and flavor. They sell for about $8.99.

I had all I could do not to jump into my mom's arm and take this treat right from her. But, with a little self restraint I waited patiently. And let me tell you, it was definitely worth the wait. Not only are these treats great for big dogs, but you can easily brake them into smaller pieces for smaller dogs as well. 

I highly recommend this treat to all my four legged pals out there.

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Disclaimer: Spencer the Goldendoodle received one bag of Look Who's Happy Treats for the purpose of this honest review. The opinions expressed in this review are our own and was not influenced in anyway. Also, there was no monetary compensations.

Note: Always supervise your dog(s) whenever feeding them treats or food. Also, make sure they have fresh water for your dog(s).

I'm joining the Tasty Tuesday blog hop hosted by:
Kol's Notes and Sugar the Golden Retriever.


  1. Looks nice! Mmm!


  2. Oh man! Look Who's Happy has such tasty treats! I could really enjoy eating these on our drive right about now, but I don't have any.