Sunday, November 30, 2014

Coco Is #Thankful for TropiClean Fresh Breath Dog Treats

I know we are a few days past Thanksgiving, but since a) Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and I don't see anything wrong with celebrating a little longer, and b) Christmas always infringes on Thanksgiving's time anyway, I'm going to take the liberty of extending Thanksgiving just a little and tell everyone what Coco is thankful for.

Finally we found a treat that Coco is especially excited about.  For the first time she is begging for treats.

In the beginning of November, sent Coco a bag of TropiClean dog treats to try.  Before I knew it, she was sitting by the treats whining for them before bedtime, when we came home from work, and in the morning when she woke up.  The bag of treats was gone in no time, before I even had a chance to write a review.

So, when her autoshipment of food was scheduled to come from Chewy, I added another bag of TropiClean treats, so I could actually write my review (which in a nutshell is Coco is CRAZY about these treats).  Needless to say, I've got a very happy little brown dog on my hands.

So this Thanksgiving, Coco has a new bag of her absolutely favorite treats, and I can bribe her to do just about anything, including (but not limited to) taking out the trash and mowing the lawn.  No kidding, I have never seen her savor treats more than the TropiClean treats.

Cleans her teeth, freshens her breath, AND she loves them?  I'm thankful for TropiClean Fresh Breath treats...and!

Monday, November 17, 2014

Coco Catches An Armadillo, Again

This morning Coco woke us up with incessant barking, howling, really.  I knew there was a varmint outside our bedroom window.  We'd seen the signs of tunneling and digging earlier, and I knew there some little critter up to no good.  But I guess this morning Coco caught wind of the little thing and it was case closed.

Coco yelped and hollered until it was time to get up and go potty, then she made a beeline for the suspected varmint site.  She hunted around awhile but came up empty pawed.  We went for a very short potty walk and came straight back to find an armadillo right next to our house.

Don't let this innocent face fool ya, especially if you are an armadillo. 
This completely incensed Coco.  No armadillo was going to dig around her house.  And to prove her point she cornered the nasty thing, grabbed it in her ferocious jaws, and when Mommy yelled her name, promptly dropped it and started to bark until it scurried away.  

This is an armadillo common in Florida.  I didn't have my camera handy this AM to capture the lucky one that Coco snagged. 
At least she didn't go in for the kill!  That'll teach those armadillos to dig in her yard.