Dec 6, 2011

Milk-Bone® Dog Treats Puppy Prep Kit #CBias #iLoveMyK9

This is Snoopy he is a very recent addition to our family.  He is so cute and was in serious need of a home and I couldn't resist.  But man oh man are puppies (he's not quite 5 months old) a lot of work.  And much like a baby they need a ton of stuff for being such small things.  So I was thrilled to get the chance to put together a Puppy Prep Kit.  Snoopy has been in our house for about 2 weeks so we already had some stuff but we still needed a good amount of stuff.
I was honestly surprised by how big Walmart's dog toy selection was.  With tennis balls, squeaky toys and plush toys there is likely something there for every K9 taste.

I was also surprised how many adorable apparel options were available.  I decided not to get anything this trip but some the things were so cute they were hard to resist.

They also have a decent selection of canned and dry foods.  They don't carry the brand that Snoopy was started on though.

But the treat!  There is a wide variety of types and brands of treats.

Including some from Pup-Peroni.

And Milo's Kitchen.

And the name I think of when I think dog treats...Milk-Bone®

Here's what made it into my cart. I wanted a brush but couldn't find one.

Although the small dog treats had a picture of a Jack Russel, like Snoopy I went with the Puppy treats because they were recommended for dogs under a year old.

And I chose these Pup-Peroni treats because they looked like they'd be the yummiest for a dog.

And these Chicken Meatballs from Milo's Kitchen looked almost good enough to eat.

I also decided to get some house training bells.  When the friend who told us about Snoopy needing a home said Jack Russells are hyper, she wasn't lying.  I'm ok with that as our house is pretty hyper but I didn't realize that it would actually make it hard to tell if he was just being spazzy or if he was trying to let us know it was time to go outside.  We've had a few accidents because I've missed this cue so I thought maybe if we could teach him to use these, that would eliminate some guess work.
And I also picked up a collar but missed taking a close up of it before I put together my kit so you'll just have to wait to see what it looks like when I share my finished product.

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Milo's Kitchen Website

Disclosure: This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias #CBias all opinions are my own


  1. You arne't lying about puppies needing a lot of STUFF! My house seems to have a never-ending supply of puppy toys strewn about the living room! Snoopy is such a cutie pie!

  2. We are a dog loving family. I was seriously impressed with the selection at Walmart on my trip. Hope the training bells help you out!


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