My June Barkbox contained treats and toys that were French-inspired, which is perfect for me as I'm such a fancy, cultured pug. Although I've never been to France, if it's anything like this Barkbox, I think I would love it! It looks like they have yummy food there...and I love food!
This month I received two treats and two toys.
Before I could dive into my goodies, Mommy made me pose for a picture.
Then I dove right in and started sniffing out my favorite item, which happened to be the cookies.
Here's a short video of me grabbing the cookie and running.
As you can see from the above video, these cookies immediately grabbed my attention. The molasses, carob chips, cinnamon and nutmeg made for the perfect sweet treat and if Mommy would have let me, I would have eaten the entire cookie. But she convinced me that if we broke the cookie in half, it would not only last longer but also give me less of a chance of a bellyache from too many treats.
I did have to share my cookie with my sister (Mommy said it would be the polite thing to do) but as you can see, she's not the cleanest eater and managed to make quite the mess all over Mommy's bed. Lucky for her, she has puggy vacuum cleaner for a sister to help her clean it up! He he!
Harry Barker Eiffel Tower Toy
This Eiffel Tower toy contains a squeaker, which automatically makes it a hit around here. Even two months later, it's in nearly perfect condition and still squeaks!
I was a little perplexed though because I always though the Eiffel Tower was tall but here I am, looking down on it. Does that make me a giant pug?
Similar to the Eiffel Tower toy, this fancy bone is also a squeaker and it's still in one-piece despite months of both me and my gigantic mastiff sister playing with it.
See? Mastiffs love squeaker bones too!
Both the Eiffel Tower and the pretty bone were great additions to our toy collection and we love to play with each of them. Sometimes, we even share and play together! How many people can say that they've played tug-of-war with the Eiffel Tower?!?
Or were able to nom on the tip of the Eiffel Tower?
Bocce's Bakery Chicken Cordon Bleu Treats
I admit that I'm not a big fan of dog biscuits. I think it has something to do with the way that my teeth don't really come together, making it difficult for me to chew them. But as long as Mommy breaks these Chicken Cordon Bleu treats into small bites, I like them. What's not to love? Chicken? Good! Bacon? Good! Cheese? Good!
Now if only I could convince Mommy to make me some fresh Chicken Cordon Bleu....
Hope you enjoyed my journey through France!
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