Thursday, August 24, 2017

Thankful Tasty Thursday - #Chewy Influencers

Today we are going to do double duty as we take part in Brian's Thankful Thursday blog hop AND participate in the #Chewy Influencers program with our August review.

For starters, let's just say we are so very thankful for the beautiful weather we had yesterday and today after about 7 inches of rain overnight Monday.  The humidity is low, the sun is shining, and it is in the 80s - not bad for August in Kansas.  But let's get back inside because we have something really tasty to share with you.

This month we chose a product from to review for you that seems to have been very popular around the blogs.  We have already seen it reviewed by several of our blogging pals.

That would be the Blue Earth's Essentials Apple Orchard Clusters in Blueberry Crunch.

Mom took a pic of the back of the package, but since it is a little hard to read, let's see what the website has to say:


Now you can reward you pup generously and feel good about doing it with Blue Buffalo Earth's Essentials Apple Orchard Clusters Blueberry Crunch Recipe Dog Treats. Starting with orchard-grown apples and complemented with flaxseed and yogurt, these tasty treats offer a satisfying crunch your best friend will love sinking his teeth into, and you’ll love feeding them. Delicious, sun-ripened blueberries, which are high in essential nutrients and antioxidants, round out these delectable treats. With just five simple ingredients, Apple Orchard Cluster treats are the healthy, wholesome way to reward your best friend.

Key Benefits:

  • Contains just five simple natural ingredients starting with orchard-grown apples.
  • Includes sun-ripened blueberries that are high in essential nutrients and antioxidants.
  • Nutrient-rich flaxseed is a good source of fiber as well as omega-3 fatty acids.
  • Protein-packed yogurt is rich in calcium to support strong muscles.
  • Your dog will love the tasty, satisfying crunch and you’ll love rewarding him.
Nutritional Information:


Apples, Blueberries, Yogurt, Flaxseed, Dried Apple Pectin Pulp.

Caloric Content

3,332 kcal/kg, 5 kcal/cluster
While your furry friend would probably love to eat the whole bag, Earth’s Essentials Apple Orchard Clusters are for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

Here is a closeup of what the clusters look like.

Most of the pieces are about the size of a piece of popcorn, like the bigger ones in the photo. But Mom says they crumble quite easily into the smaller pieces more like the size of granola.

Most of our reviews of foodables that get added to our kibble go in our dinner bowl. So we were very surprised to find something new and interesting in our breakfast.  If you look closely, you can see that we always get a dollop of plain nonfat yogurt and 7-8 fresh blueberries added to our regular kibble for breakfast. Under the yogurt is a fish oil capsule. Yesterday we found some crunchy and very tasty clusters on top of our yogurt.  Mom didn't do a video of us eating as it was about 5:15 a.m. and her eyes were barely open.  But we CAN tell you that we loved the delicious blueberry crunchy clusters.

In fact, we loved them so much that right now we are hoping that those bowls up on the counter might get some more clusters added to them for dinner - sort of like a dessert topping:)

We want to thank and Ms. Natalie for letting us taste test this product at no charge to us in exchange for a fair and honest review.  The clusters are also available in other flavors that you can purchase at by clicking right HERE.

So we don't know if it will work, but we are going to see if we can link up to both blog hops in one post. Hope it all works.

Woos - Lightning and Misty


Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan, Bibi-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock, Violette said...

Those are interesting looking treats. I have never really been a fruit fan, but you do look happy with those blueberry crunches!


Kinley Westie said...

Looks tasty!

Madi and Mom said...

Mom says blueberries are so very good for you too. And I'm with you we should all have dessert toppings on our food.
OH and two look quite stunning and handsome today
Madi your bfff

BeadedTail said...

Low humidity in KS in August? Whaaat? Glad you were able to enjoy it! Glad you enjoyed the treats too! We hope your peeps have a safe trip to TX! Maybe they'll bring you back a giant steak or chick-hen since everything is bigger in Texas!

Brian said...

I'll bet that was some pretty yummy yum and I'm glad you two enjoyed it! Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

Molly the AireGirl said...

Your breakfast sure does look yummy and those blueberry treats look fabulous! I MUST have this!

Millie and Walter said...

Those crunchy things look delish! We sure hope you got some on your dinner too.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song said...

Thank you for the review. We have tried them a like them

Ruby said...

OKAY, OKAY, so Ma just put this in on Auto-delivery! I haven't even tasted them yet, butts she says for 5 cal a pop, this will make a most tasty addition to my foods! FABulous review Woos!
I hopes you got some for dinner's only right!
Ruby ♥

Idaho PugRanch said...

Those do look really tasty. I think I would like them but they might be too crunchy for Hazel
Hazel & Mabel

Mark Muller said...

your mama created the pawfect fall-menu for you!!! it looks tasty and I bet you loved it to the moon and back ;o)

Jeanne Pursell said...

Wow! Thanks for the great review! We are going to have to give these a try! They sure sound delicious and we would like to have them with our brunch...since we are late sleepers! :)

Anonymous said...

Oh blueberries look like a fabulous treat - my Mom loves them, but I guess kitty food doesn't have yummables like that in it. Oh well - I'd probably just PLAY with those little blue balls anyway!!!!!

Love, Teddy

Katie Dawn Wing said...

Those look simply delish!

Puppy growls,

Sue said...

Those look wonderful and Mom says they sound very healthy. We hope we get a chance to try them too.

Marg said...

Wow, that looks like such a good breakfast and the crunchies look yummy too. What lucky Woos, you two are, for sure.

C.L.W.STEP said...

Wow! You sure get some delicious yum yums with your dinner!

We have some cool weather today. We hope that doesn't mean we're getting an early winter. Ghostwriter thinks since we've had so much rain this summer that the weather patterns might keep up through winter. That means tons of snow! (She's not going to think about that anymore right now.)

Collie222 said...

Those sure look yummy! I'm constantly sneaking fresh blueberries in the collies' dinner, but some are refusing to eat them.

The Army of Four said...

We saw Wyatt and Tegan's review of those the other day and had Mom order some for us -- we just LOVE them!!! Crunchy and fruity!!!

Huskies622 said...

Blueberry? Kiki says yum and Nala says yuck!