That face says it all don't you think? Max loved the Good dog treats and quite literally chased me around until I gave him another. They are smaller than I would normally give him, but that means I can make him think he's getting more and he really does give them a good crunch which is great for his teeth & gums!
The other varieties will all have a purpose in our house too (except perhaps puppy dog); the calming treats are perfect for travelling, vet visits or fireworks, and the whiffy dog treats will surely have their chance to shine, although he doesn't get smelly very often!
I'm really impressed with Betty Miller_ and their range of dog treats; they're of a high quality, well packaged, environmentally friendly, completely natural and Max loves them! They're also very reasonably priced with a pack of Good dog treats costs £1.20 for 100g.
You can get your hands on some Betty Miller treats for your woof either online or by finding your local stockist!
How do your treat your dog? Is there an issue you'd like to tackle with one of Betty Miller's treats? Let me know!
Stay safe, x
There are few things in life that I like more than treating my gorgeous dog Max. He brightens up every day and he deserves to be spoiled every now and then! Betty Miller make high quality all-natural products which will not only make your favourite woof's tail wag they'll also tackle a number of doggy issues e.g. wind!
All Betty Miller treats and foods are made in their bakery in Northamptonshire (so my dog is eating locally!) and you'll never find anything artificial in them! They bake everything, because like me they believe that's the best way to keep the taste and texture that dogs adore.
If that's not impressing you their commitment to carbon neutral baking will! They only bake using renewable energy; their ovens run off biomass wood pellets & their electricity is exclusively sourced from solar, wind and wave.
The products myself and Max put to the test come from Betty Miller's functional range. There is a treat for every dog.