While attending the BlogPaws Conference in Phoenix, I stopped by the Rocco and Roxie display to see what they had to offer. They make an excellent stain and odor eliminator, which I use. I discovered that they also make Jerky Sticks treats. The sticks are made for dogs, but I was told cats could eat them as well. Unfortunately, this is not the case as they contain garlic powder.
As Kitties Blue couldn’t enjoy the Jerky Treats, I passed them on to my friend who lives with Maggie, a Jack Russell Terrier. I asked my friend to let me know if Maggie liked the treats.
I received these photos and a four paws up review from Maggie.
This being Sammy’s (onespoiledcat) Thoroughly Poetic Thursday, with a prompt letterer of “J”, I decided to represent Maggie’s feelings about Jerky Sticks in a poem. I sure hope Maggie doesn’t mind.
Jerky Sticks Make Me Happy
Rocco and Roxie make nommy treats.
They are super yummy and easy to eat.
I can even hold them between my feets.
Then eat and eat and repeat.
The Jerky Sticks are made of meat.
They have no corn, soy or wheat.
The Jerky Sticks make a marvelous feast.
Rocco & Roxie Jerky Sticks can’t be beat.
Hooray for Rocco and Roxie Jerky Sticks treats.
The seven-inch long Jerky Sticks are made in the USA from all-American meat and come in 16 ounce bags. The sticks have a soft texture. They are high in protein, low in calories and are gluten free. Being gluten free was a big deal for Maggie’s human sister. With celiac disease, she is very careful to stay away from all gluten. She was excited that she could actually give the Jerky Sticks to Maggie with no fear of touching them.
You can purchase Rocco and Roxie Jerky Sticks from Chewy.com and Amazon.
Astrid and Lisbeth asked me to thank everyone for their kind birthday wishes. They will be back tomorrow to share additional cards and let you know about their gift. We also will participate in the Friendly Fill-ins blog hop.
Many thanks for the treats and the great poem about my Maggie! She is a big fan of these yummy chews. Maggie wants all the kitties to know that she actually likes them and sends her love.
We are happy that Maggie enjoyed those treats! We’re glad you did not feed them to the kitties, since they have garlic powder in them!
Great poem! Maggie is super cute.
Maggie is a cutie and such a good poet too.
There are never too many treats in the world!
Have a super weekend…
Noodle and crew
We’re glad Maggie liked those treats.
Yummy treats. We have doggie cousins. But we don’t like it when they come to visit.
Treats are always popular here!
If I were a woofie, I’d give them a try. But since I’m a cat with no toothies, guess we’ll stay away from that treat. Good review tho – that woofie sure seems to like them.
We think writing reviews in poem format should become mandatory, because that was great! We are so glad Maggie liked the jerky treats. She sure is a cute pup! We’ll see you all tomorrow!
Hannah and Lucy don’t like any sort of treats!
Wow, you could make a living writing jingles for commercials. 🙂
Awwww……Maggie obviously is a FAN of those jerky treats! She’s also adorables (for a doggy). I love your poem today for “J” – thanks for pawticipating – it’s fun to be writing poetry again isn’t it?!
Love and Hugs, Sammy
Maggie may be a dawg but she sure is cute!!!
I’m glad somebody got to have them. But sheesh, people shouldn’t say stuff about what cats can and can’t eat when they don’t really know.
I’m glad you posted this! They told me the same thing about cats and their jerky treats. I hadn’t gotten to evaluate the ingredients yet because I haven’t fed them to Bear yet – but this is an excellent reminder to ALWAYS, ALWAYS read the ingredients regardless of what a company claims!