Healthy Snacks and training treats for dogs (Old Mother Hubbard)

This post is sponsored by WellPet but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

We have a new addition to our family!! Her name is Mila and she is a Shih-Tzu puppy. She is now 5 months old and full of energy. Teddy our senior Shih-Tzu dog is 10 years old, smart and full of anxiety. We thought it was the perfect time to add another dog to our family we all were home due to the Corona Virus and it just worked out perfect.

Teddy is trained in every way except how to play with other dogs. Mila just wants to play all day long. I have been teaching and training both dogs to learn how to interact with each other and it can be difficult.  The most important task is to have a training treat that your dog truly enjoys, that is healthy and all natural. 

Old Mother Hubbard's Dog snacks are just that. My dogs know the bag and get so excited. They smell their favorite treat once it is in my hand. I purchase both mini and small treats because I break them apart into smaller pieces for training. Full size bones are given daily too.

We worry so much about what we feed our family. It is also important what foods and treats we all feed our dogs. We are our dog's caregivers. We are their parents. My Teddy has acid reflux and if I do not feed him with whole ingredients his stomach will be upset. These bones are perfect for him.

Founded in Gloucester, MA, Old Mother Hubbard’s dog treats are all-natural and never artificial, and have been around since 1926. Each home-style recipe is carefully crafted from wholesome ingredients that allow you to feel good about giving your pup a reward that is healthy and heartfelt., and all the fun flavors in between, there is a natural choice for every taste that dogs drool over. And while still based in Massachusetts, Old Mother Hubbard is now available at Walmart nationwide!

 Click on the links to purchase Old Mother Hubbard dog treats in-store or using Online Grocery Pickup (OGP) at Walmart!