Today Pug's blog totally got me thinking about something....what happens when (gasp!) a fellow pug (or canine) doesn't like or can't eat a treat? See mom loves to buy me new treats, but sometimes I get sick (dang blueberries) or my super sensitive tummy (dang bison) gets upset with the treat. Mom just figures she has to either toss them...or better yet pass them along to a deserving fellow pug (or canine). Most stores won't take the treats back, and mom is so bad about keeping receipts, so she's stuck with treats with no dog to give them to. This got mom and I thinking....
When mom and dad got me those bison treats....I was lovin' them. They were so yummy and smelly. They were hard yet meaty...oh they were so awesome to chew on (oh excuse me I just had a food moment)....but then the next day came....and I wasn't lovin' those bison treats anymore. Oh it wasn't the grumbling of the tummy, nor the food coma that came with it, nope it was the er...other thing (totally censored) that got me. So while I loved those treats, they soon joined the list of banned treats. Mom was upset, she knew another pug out there would appreciate the treat...but who? Well, we blogged about it and Pug had mentioned he's got a cast iron stomach and loved trying new treats...so off they went to hopefully make his day.
See mom knows I have a sensitive tummy, so why not open this opportunity up for anyone who wants to recycle their treats (or toys) to a fellow pug (or canine) friend. So I thought it'd be really cool. that if anyone has a treat out there that they didn't like or can't eat, we should pass it on to the next dog. So if anyone is interested in this little program, let mom and I know and we're willing to use this blog as a medium for the passing.
Oh and mom said to start getting your funniest birthday stories ready....we're going to give away some fun and yummy prizes for my upcoming birthday!