We don't celebrate Christmas, but when we saw these Christmas dog treats, we couldn't resist buying them for Barley, our lovely Lurcher.
We haven't bought anything from the Lily's Kitchen brand before, but they seem good, so we would buy them again - although not from the local farm shop where we purchased this packet because they were over twice the price as they are on Amazon UK - and the staff in the farm shop were most unpleasant.
But back to this review of Lily's Kitchen, Limited Edition, Christmas Biscuits for Dogs, Barley loves them.
Although I'm not sure that's because they are particularly tasty, or because Barley will eat anything, literally - it doesn't even have to be food for Barley to eat it.
Anyway, Lily's Kitchen, Limited Edition, Christmas Biscuits for Dogs are very small, heart shaped, and very crispy. They don't smell of anything in particular, but you can see tiny pieces of cranberry in the biscuits.
We only give Barley a few at a time, and not every day, because his tummy is sensitive to new foods, but as I said he loves them, and they seem to like him too, so that's good.
Here's some more information from the packet -
If your four-legged friends have been loving and loyal all year, make their yuletide extra-yummy with these deliciously Christmassy biscuits! They're bursting with natural turkey meat, liver, cranberries and thyme, plus a yummy sprinkling of cinnamon - a wonderful anti-inflammatory that helps boost energy, circulation and brain health.
Fun and festive, they're the perfect pressie for well-behaved hounds.
Natural Ingredients for Optimum Health
Turkey Meat, an excellent source of protein
Cranberries, rich source of vitamin C
Thyme, packed with phyto-nutrients
Cinnamon, immunity boosting super spice
Feeding guidelines, up to five biscuits a day.
Ingredients and Composition
Fresh Turkey (35%)
Crude Protein: 14%
Crude Fats and Oils: 9%
Crude Fibres: 4%
Crude Ash: 3.7%
Barley, looking unimpressed with his santa hat and beard, from last year.
We don't usually humiliate him in this way, but we wanted to see how he felt about Christmas, it looked like he was happy not to celebrate it either.
Although he is happy to tuck into some yummy Christmas dog treats courtesy of Lily's Kitchen. Hahaha!
Have you tried Lily's Kitchen, Limited Edition, Christmas Biscuits for Dogs?
Well, not you personally, but your dog, and did he/she like them?