Monday, September 29, 2014

Review: Look Who's Happy Dog Treats #MyHappyDog

Nothing makes Rocco happier than a tasty treat, so we were anxious to try new Look Who's Happy treats, made right up the road from us in Gainesville, Ga.

Created by Big Creek Foods co-founders Jeff and Tommy Gay, Look Who's Happy treats are produced in small lots in their own family-owned plant which they operate according to FDA food safety production guidelines.

And that means that the Gay brothers can keep track of every ingredient from start to finish, and ensure that every morsel meets their rigorous standards for quality, safety and flavor.

We put these treats to Rocco's rigorous taste test and we'll share those results with you in a minute!

But first a little more about safety and quality.
  • All the meat and poultry in Look Who's Happy Treats is sourced from the United States, Canada or New Zealand (never China) and is USDA inspected
  • Every treat is made in their family-owned state-of-the-art facility in Gainesville, Ga.
  • Every lot is independently tested for safety
  • The bison and venison used in these treats are grass fed, beef is naturally raised and the poultry is cage free
  • All the other ingredients like blueberries, pumpkin, carrots and sweet potato are grown in the USA
Now on to the good stuff!

Rocco got the chance to taste test two different types of treats -- Tempt'n Tenders in chicken with blueberry and Fetch'n Fillets in chicken jerky.


The biggest difference between these two lines of treats are the Tempt'n Tenders are crusted with garden veggies and fruits and are softer to break into smaller pieces while the Fetch'n Fillets are more of a jerky consistency that can still be cut into pieces if you choose to make them a bit smaller.

Both are grain and gluten free with no by-products, hormones, artificial preservatives, flavors or colors.


Rocco takes his taste testing very seriously. He stops for just a moment to peruse the texture of each treat and to take in the aromatic goodness of the USA-raised, cage free chicken. 


Next, Rocco dives into the bowl of Fetch'n Fillets. Uh-oh! He wasn't supposed to eat the entire bowl of them at once! After he polished off the Fetch'n Fillets, Rocco moved on to the Tempt'n Tenders.


Yup! Those were every bit as tasty as the Fetch'n Fillets! Rocco works on licking the bowl clean to make sure he gets every last morsel! 

WARNING: Don't try this at home unless you have very quick hands! These treats are VERY savory and your dog may WANT to polish off a WHOLE BAG in a single sitting. But I'm sure you know that's not a great idea! You CAN feed up to 10 percent of your dog's daily energy requirements from between-meal treats and the rest should come from a complete and balanced pet food.

We love using high-value treats like these to train, and mixing it up makes Rocco even more motivated. So we recommend figuring treats like these into your pup's daily allotment of calories so they stay fit, trim and happy!

Want to learn more about Look Who's Happy?

We hope you'll join us at the #MyHappyDog Twitter party on October 9, 8-9 p.m.

We'll have more than $1,000 in prizes, including plenty of chances to win new Look Who's Happy treats!  Wow!

Head on over to our RSVP post and enter via the giveaway widget at the bottom of the post. You'll  have the chance to win one of three pre-party prizes before the party even begins.

You also might want to start collecting your happy dog photos now so you can share them with us during the Twitter Party! We can't wait to see all your smiling pups there!

#MyHappyDog Rocco!
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7 comments:

  1. Those looks so tasty! Great review and pics, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Wow those would make me happy too. Have marvellous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  3. Love their name and since they taste good too, what more does a dog need?

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  4. LOVE that smiley photo of Rocco! I think I just received an offer to try these treats, they really do sound great and we might just have to sign up to get some. Grass-fed, cage free, those are great things to be hearing in dog treats....I love the sounds of this company.

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