Mommy Katie: Celebrate the Holidays with Petcurean

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Celebrate the Holidays with Petcurean

This post is sponsored and written by me on behalf of Petcurean through a campaign managed by their PR. All opinions are my own.


With the holiday shopping that we do, I not only seek out those gifts to give my family and friends, but I also seek out the gifts to give our four legged family members as well. I have learned that when it comes to the fur babies that just like the kids, they also enjoy getting toys and yummy treats for Christmas. So when we were sent some of Chloe's favorite treats from the SPIKE line of treats from Petcurean, I was excited to share some with Chloe and also add them to her Christmas stocking this year!

See with the SPIKE treats for dogs, Chloe gets a treat that she finds to be very tasty, and a treat that is packed with all natural superfoods! The ingredients include premium quality meat proteins, anti-oxidants, and superfoods like chia, pomegranate and kale. The recipe for the SPIKE treats are made with care and made by the people from Petcurean who promise you that SPIKE contains only all natural ingredients, with zero by-products, added growth hormones, artificial preservatives, flavors or colors.

Then when it comes to making those stocking stuffers for your fur babies this holiday season, we found that making treat bags with the SPIKE treats that include a ball in them along with other toys, gives Chloe lots of fun gifts that she can open herself and enjoy along with our kids as they all open those gifts in their stockings this year! Which makes Petcurean not only our choice of food when it comes to our Chloe and her health, but also the brand to go to when it comes to those treats from the SPIKE line up that she adores as well!


2 comments:

Maryann D. said...

I love buying little gifts for my sister's dogs. I never heard of Petcurean before this but I will look into these treats.
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Janet W. said...

I bet my dog would love the Venison treats. I've heard venison is really good for their coat/skin.