Thursday, December 8, 2016

November Chewy Review #2

I know it is December 
but we got behind with our Chewy Review!

let me tell you friends - I Love to Chew!
I have a variety of chews  - some for everyday chewing 
and some more edible chews for more special occasions - like keeping me occupied while riding in the car. 

When Mom saw these 
Rachael Ray Nutrish Soup Bones 
that are made with real turkey and wholesome rice, 
she knew I would like to try them out!

  • This long-lasting chew is made with real turkey and has all the deliciousness of a wholesome soup bone with none of the splintering or mess
  • There’s even a tender meaty center inside made without meaty by-products or artificial flavors
  • Treats are perfect for small, medium or large dogs so they are perfect for multiple-pup households
  • Highly digestible so more nutrition goes to work inside your dog

There is a mini size but Mom got the regular size hoping it would be just like it said - a long lasting chew

Come on Mom!  Enough talk! I want to try it!

nom nom nom nom nom

I thought it was very yummy
but Mom quickly realized that it was not going to be
what she would call a long lasting chew. 

So we have mixed reviews 
I really liked it and would have ate the whole thing if Mom had let me. From the name and description, Mom was expecting it to be more of a chewing challenge. She was hoping it would be something she could give me to keep me occupied in the car for a while.

 thanks Chewy for sending us these 
Rachael Ray Nutrish Soup Bones to try

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disclaimer: as a #ChewyInfluencer we were provided this product free of charge in exchange for our honest review

We are the PugRanch Kids
Bailey, Hazel & Mabel


  1. Oh, we have wanted to try these. Too bad it didn't last longer. This might good for Ruby because her teeth aren't the best and sometimes really tough chews are too much for her.

  2. oh that is like an early chirtmas gift... it looks super tasty :o)

  3. Soup bones you say? We love soup at this house
    Chewy comes up with the bestest names for stuff
    Hugs madi your bfff

  4. Mom said no way cause we try to swallow ginormous pieces. But it looks good
    Lily & Edward

  5. Hari Om
    Nom noms are always good - short or long-stay!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  6. That looked delish! Have you tried the Nubz at Costco? Me and Stanley love them and you can break them in half (they are scored) easily. It doesn't last real long though.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  7. Soup bones sounds like such a funny name for a chew!
    Elliot and Cricket x

  8. WE have had these Rachael Ray SOUP BONES... Our ONLY complaint is... they don't last LONG ENOUGH... WE Loved them... and wanted to eat them to the bottom of the bag... and we DID THAT... YUMMMMMMMM We want MORE. Don't YOU?????

  9. There are some things that simply cannot be eaten slow. These definitely sound like they would be amazing!

  10. Mom buys these at the grocery store for us once in awhile. They are very yummy!

  11. Mom got excited when she first started to read about the bones being long lasting - that would be good for Misty when she has to be crated when Mom and Dad are out. Oh well, we bet they still taste good, even if they disappear quickly:)

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

  12. We have never seen them. We are putting in an order right now

  13. That looks like a very yummy chew treat. Enjoy! Nose licks and love from Moth xx

  14. What a great review!

    We are so much alike, Mabel..I would have LOVED to eat all of that nommy chew...but Mama says we will probably stick to the himalayan chews you recommended 'cause they last longer AND taste nommy!!

    Smiley Smooches!

  15. Aw now ang on a mo here, you as a chew and we don't. Sumfink wrong.....
    Luvs Freya Rose Blossom and De Ark. XX

  16. you look adorable chewing on that bone. nothing is long lasting chew for Jake, and he would gobble that right up

  17. Now that's a helpful review. Knowing how it was for you, I figure I could destroy that in no time at ALL!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

  18. The really, really good tasting ones never last long enough. *sigh*