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I'm In The Club!

Kathy has become an important person in my life, sharing her kindness and ideas.  She told me about the reviewers program at, and suggested I volunteer. With a dog and four cats, it seemed like I might be someone Chewy would need.

It turns out I am!  And I got my first product yesterday:
Primal Freeze-dried Liver Treats., for both dogs and cats.

Rupert has never been a treats kind of dog, so he wasn't interested.

The cats, though, loved them.  After I gave each of them a taste, I put the bag on a kitchen counter, only to hear a distinct "drop" in a couple of minutes.
Lily wanted more, and wasn't shy about how she got them.  The other three cats were also happy to help themselves.

So, Primal Liver Treats get a clear "A+" from the Dean felines.  Dog-wise, not so much.  I should also add that my son's cat devoured them, too.

This bag of treats was a free product, and I have not been paid for this review.  Each monthly review will reflect our honest experience with's products.


  1. SO happy you got in on the CHEWY blog!! Channon got me started! I usually email the post in a short note to Sydney with a link so he knows I've posted. Just a thought! Hooray!

  2. I think it's a cool idea, and enjoy reading Kathy's reviews - and now yours!


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