This post is sponsored by Milo’s Kitchen® Homestyle Dog Treats, however, all opinions are my own.


When we adopt a pet, it becomes more than just an animal we raise – it becomes a part of our family. Since we love our furry friends, we care about their health and vitality. That’s why we make it a priority to carefully choose dog treats that are nutritious and contain good ingredients.

Milo's Kitchen Homestyle Dog Treats That Your Furry Friends Will Love

That’s why we were excited to learn about Milo’s Kitchen® Homestyle Dog Treats. Containing real protein (like beef, chicken or duck), these dog treats contain no artificial flavors. Not only do we feel better knowing that we’re giving our pets healthy treats, the best part is – our dogs love eating these treats!

Milo's Kitchen Homestyle Dog Treats That Your Furry Friends Will Love

While our French Bulldog puppy is food-motivated by nature (making him easier to train), my family’s dog (a Pomeranian-Papillon) is a picky eater. We often have to coax her into trying foods, because she usually turns her nose up at them. We jokingly say, “Well, she’s French. So she must be a food critic!”. While we make light of her finicky behavior, the truth is – it’s been more challenging teaching her commands or tricks.

Milo's Kitchen Homestyle Dog Treats That Your Furry Friends Will Love

To our delight, she instantly gravitated in particular to Milo’s Kitchen® Beef Recipe with Real Brisket & Garden Vegetables.

When we get the dogs together for a play-date, it often means we’re struggling to get their attention and keep them behaving well. But, with these enticing little treats in hand, getting these two rascals to listen and sit down was as simple as saying the word “cookie”.

Milo's Kitchen Homestyle Dog Treats That Your Furry Friends Will Love

If you want to train your pets easier by giving them healthy dog treats that your furry friends will love, we recommend Milo’s Kitchen® Homestyle Dog Treats

Milo's Kitchen Homestyle Dog Treats That Your Furry Friends Will Love

For more dog training tips and ideas, check out our Puppy Guide on Inspirations & Celebrations.

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