What were training for?
Well, honestly.. We were both training ourselves in the ancient art of patience.
I was also tuning up my "photography" *cough* skills.
And Zora was tuning up her "wait" and "leave it" skills.
All in all, I had a blast. Even though I'm pretty sure my mom thought I was performing some torturous new veterinary technician experiment on her. Apparently, she missed Zora begging at her feet while she was cooking dinner and I had Zora locked in the room for a photography session.
Anyways, we were using these awesome Addiction Meaty Bites treats. They look like little meat balls, and they are so easy to break up into tiny training sized bites. They also have unique protein sources, which I'm all for. These are made with wild brushtail, which I can only assume means brushtail opossum. I'd post a picture, but I almost think they are too cute to eat.
I believe dogs deserve variety.. And not just different brands, folks! I'm sure your pooch would love to try something other than "chicken and rice".
Zora, Jack, and Midget won these pawsome treats from Kolchak Puggle over at Kol's Notes during the Blogpocalypse last year. Speaking of Kol, I'm linking up to his and Sugar's Tasty Tuesday blog hop! Please hop on over to some of the other links, they have a bunch of delicious recipes.
P.S. I used tips from Dogtipper's 365 project for these photos! Check it out, it's pretty awesome.