Archive for November, 2017

Hi everyone! It’s Millie & Walter here! We are here to do this month’s Chewy.com review.

What’s in the box Walter?
There are 3 treat bags in here!

This month we’re not just reviewing one treat but we are reviewing three different flavors of the I and Love and You Nice Jerky Bites Variety Pack Grain-Free Dog Treats. That sure is a mouthful and we sure had our mouth’s full tasting all of them.

I and Love and You Nice Jerky Bites Variety Pack Grain-Free Dog Treats

According to Chewy.com these are:

“a grain-free, healthy reward…with three delicious recipes, all made with real meat as the first ingredient including beef, lamb, chicken, duck, and salmon. The tender and chewy treats are perfectly bite-sized and high in protein, which makes them great for training and for dogs of all sizes. All of the ingredients are handpicked from only the best out there…Plus, they’re lovingly made right here in the USA.”

This is going to take a while since we have three flavors to taste.

Those treats look tasty
They’re not too small either

First up is the Chicken and Duck flavor.

These treats are available separately from Chewy.com too.

I hope she doesn’t break them into smaller pieces

We’re waiting!

What’s next mom?

Another couple of treats
Those look good

These are the Beef and Lamb flavor treats.

You can buy an individual bag of these from Chewy.com

We’ll wait as long as the treats keep coming!

Now on to the final flavor.

These are the Chicken and Salmon flavor.

Our bag is a different color from the one at this link but its the same product inside.

I love all things fish
Sometimes I hesitate with fish flavors

It was tough waiting each time but we loved all of them. Take a look at our video to see how we did with each flavor.

If you can’t see the video you can go here to view it.

OMD! We get another treat to taste!

We both think these treats are great and even got another one to try.

These all taste great!

We have to give these treats 8 paws up (because that is all the paws we have) and we recommend them to all our friends. The variety pack is a great option if you like to use this type of treat. They are soft enough to break into smaller pieces but we’re glad our mom didn’t do that to us this time.

Disclaimer: As #ChewyInfluencers we received one I and Love and You Nice Jerky Bites Variety Pack Grain-Free Dog Treats from Chewy.com to review. We did not receive any monetary compensation for this review and will receive no additional benefits for barking about the product or the company. The opinions in this review are the honest opinions of ours.


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Hi everyone it’s Cindy here. Today I’m joining the Hookin on Hump Day blog hop to tell you about a new volunteer organization I’m working for. In the October 2017 issue of Crochet World Magazine they had an article about a non-profit organization called Feel Better Friends (FBF).

According to their website, “Feel Better Friends are handmade dolls stuffed with love and well wishes, crafted by volunteers and donated to children battling cancer and other illnesses.” I’ve enjoyed making amigurumi crochet figures so I thought this would be a great way for me use my crochet hobby to help others.

In order to become a volunteer for this group you have to create a test doll. The first thing I had to do was find a child to make a doll for.  My grand nephew is a bit young yet and I don’t have any other young children in my family. I finally remembered one of my friends that I get together with to crochet and knit had a 2 + year old grandson. Jan was more than happy to let me make a doll for Chase.

Meet Chase

I went over to her house one morning to meet Chase and take some reference pictures. He is a typical 2 + year old boy that is full of energy and exploring everything. I needed to pick up some yarn to match his skin color but everything else I needed I had in my stash.

After a few weeks of work I had the Chase doll done.

One of the things that took the longest was putting in the hair. Chase has a nice full head of hair so I wanted to give his doll the same. Each strand of hair was looped through the crochet stitches. Then I had to trim it like a hair dresser to get it to the right shape.

When I first handed the real Chase his doll his eyes got very big and he could tell it was just for him. I think you can tell by the look on his face that he liked it.

Chase, Grandma Jan & the Chase Doll

After giving Chase his doll I submitted pictures to the FBF volunteers in training Facebook group and was quickly admitted to the approved makers group (you don’t have to be on Facebook to volunteer though). I’m already working on my first official FBF doll for a beautiful little boy. Do to privacy concerns I probably won’t be able to tell you much about my future subjects but I hope to continue to show you the dolls.

If you enjoy making amigurumi and want to volunteer your talents you might want to give the Feel Better Friends a look.  They make dolls for children all over the world and currently have a fairly lengthy waiting list. I look forward to bringing a smile to the face of lots of children that just need a hug and need someone to hug when they might not be feeling very well.HOHD-Badge

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