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Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Pawstruck $25 Gift Card Giveaway and Winter Is Coming Hop with Review

We have a gorgeous Corgi. We previously had a Newfoundland but he passed last spring. The biggest issue we've had going from a super-sized Newfoundland to a small Corgi has been finding toys that are safe that last. He's an aggressive chewer. You don't want something that will break apart where the dog then could choke on the pieces that break off. Kongs have survived the longest but still are not forever. We're lucky to get a few months out of something. Some haven't made it past ten minutes.

In searching for something good and healthy for the dog, I ran across Yak Dog Chews, also known as Himalayan Cheese Chews. Think of them as cheese sticks, but super hard, yet safe. They're all nature, made from milk from yaks and cows. More importantly, they don't splinter. And, when they get super-small, you can throw what's left in the microwave to get a cheese puff type treat.

Researching Yak Dog Chews led me to a company called Pawstruck, as their dog chews were getting good reviews and their products were reasonably priced. I also liked the idea of them being a smaller company.
When ordering, they do sell individual items, but they encourage you to bulk up and buy multiples of the same item, where the price/item decreases as you select larger quantities. Like for these esophagus braided rings, they're $4.20 each when ordering 85 of the item. If having your dog try something for the first time, I might limit the order to a small quantity, just in case they don't like it.

Ordering from Pawstruck was easy, once you pick what you want. Deciding on what can take time, to no fault of the site. Just several of the items listed I never knew were an option as dog treats. So, take your time, or just consider getting something like their bully stick variety pack. Why decide, if you don't have to with a variety pack.
Our order was delivered reasonably quickly and shipping was just $7 for orders under $100 or free when above. When our items arrived, one thing I didn't immediately notice was the generic packaging. While, yes, the brand name of Pawstruck is clearly on there. What wasn't on the product label was the name of the actual product. That definitely keeps the costs down. Hmmm.... looking at their latest offerings on web, I see they've added product names to the packaging. Good for them.

If you're thinking of getting treats, bones, or food from them, the best place to start is their popular product list. The list is basically just their most popular selling items. If you don't mind following the crowd, or just picking a present for a friend's dog, it is a great place to start, until you know what your dog likes. Consider one of their variety packs, too.

Overall, a very happy dog in the end. We don't leave the chew sticks with him when he's alone. Not because they're unsafe, though. These yak dog chews are high in calories. You don't want your pet eating up the too much of the treat at once.

We’ve joined with The Kids Did It & The Mommy Island for the Super Stocking Stuffer Giveaway Hop. Be sure to hop around the other blogs to enter for the chance to win some great prizes! You'll find them below the giveaway form.
The giveaway is open to US residents only who are 18+ and ends at 11:59pm EDT on 12/21/19. For more complete rules see Giveaway Rules. The winner will receive a $25 gift code for the Pawstruck online store. Good luck.

Pawstruck $25 Gift Card Giveaway

Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received. All opinions stated are my own and may differ from yours. See my disclosure policy for more information. Java John Z's is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.

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23 comments:

  1. Petals the Pig wants the Pawstruck Beef Esophagus Springs. woof

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  2. I think my dog would like the Redbarn Bully Nuggets.

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  3. My pups love the Mammoth: The Biggest Dog Bones

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  4. The bully stick variety pack looks like something my pup would like!

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  5. The Iceman wants Dog Food Rolls. He (and I) has never seen dog food in rolls before

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  6. Oreanna wants the Redbarn Freeze dried Whitefish kitty treat.

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  7. Cheese and bacon filled bones would be a hit here.

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  8. The peanut butter filled bones

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  10. My girl would like the cow hooves. Thank you!

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  11. My cat would enjoy the Redbarn Chicken Pate For Indoor Cats Canned Cat Food

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  12. the dog food rolls for my pup would be nice!

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  13. I think my suster's dog would like the Redbarn Large Bully Coated Dog Bones :)

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  14. I think Waffle would like those bully nuggets!

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  15. The Dog Food Rolls would be great for my Danny

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  16. My dogs love their products. They especially like their Braided Bully Sticks

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  17. I think my kitty would love the Redbarn Protein Puffs Turkey Cat Treats!

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  18. I think my pup would love the Pawstruck 12" Braided Bully Sticks

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  19. My dog would love the RedBarn barn bagels since she loves peanut butter.

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  20. The Redbarn Dog Protein Cheese Puffs would be something yjay my daughter's family dog would like.

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  21. My dog would love the chicken or beef food rolls!

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  22. I love the variety in size of their products. They have something for a dog of any size.

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  23. My dogs would love the Pawstruck Beef Filled Dog Bones.

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