Thursday, 25 August 2011

Cornish pasties for dogs

Hungry Henrys are described as "sit-tail wagging-good boy-wait-fetch-perfect treats."
These yummy freshly made dog treats from Cornwall are named after Hector, a PBGV living in St Erth in Cornwall.   I picked this information up from their website.  What is a PBGV? Yes, I had to look it up myself.  It is a Petit Basset Griffon Vendéen.   These treats a must for your dog! No added salts, sugars or preservatives. Just locally and responsibly sourced ingredients and so good for your dog. What's more they are Gluten free.
There are six yummy flavours to choose from:
Yummy liver cake
Mouthwatering Cornish Pasty Bites
Scrummy Mackerel Flapjack
Lush Aniseed, liver and carrot
Exceptional Dark secrets
Too good to be true Variety Pack

The packs are available in vet practices in the UK along with quality retailers.  A 150gr pack costs £3.95

I've seen it all now!

6 comments:

Winchester whisperer said...

Do you think you're swayed by adjectives?

Eurodog said...

Quite, WW.
It reminded me of the game we used to play with the children on long car journeys. It went like this: "The vicar's cat was a very xxxx cat." We started at the letter a and finished at z. It went on and on.

DogLover said...

Sounds good to me. Just PBGVs? I wonder if it's OK for bigger dogs like my large LRGDC (Labrador Retriever/Great Dane cross)? Think maybe I'll get some. Just one TGTBTV pack. With MCP bites or perhaps with LALC.



oo good to be true Variety Pack

Winchester whisperer said...

I'm surprised your game didn't involve the vicar's dog!

Eurodog said...

DogLover, yes go for it and report back.

Eurodog said...

WW, we were not into dogs at that time! And now are children are no longer small.