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Mr. Chewy - It's What's for Dinner :-)

So a couple of weeks ago, we received a very nice email from Mr. Chewy asking if we would be interested in testing out and reviewing their website in exchange for $50 worth of products.  Boy, howdy, did someone say free food???  Yes, indeed!  We were interested.

Mom says feeding seven dogs isn't always convenient... especially when five of them are rather large dogs like we Golden Retrievers are.  I don't know what all the fuss is about.  Seems simple enough to me.  They walk into the laundry room, scoop our food into our bowls, and then we do the rest.  She said something about cost and getting those big bags of food to and from the car and to and from the house.  I don't know what she means by all that because the food always seems to just magically appear.  Mom said after ordering from Mr. Chewy, that sure seemed like the case.  She made the order one evening and then three days later a nice man appeared with food for us.  She also said that because the prices are lower on Mr. Chewy's site, she was able to choose a better quality food that is designed for dogs like Kudzu who are prone to joint disorders.  We can't wait to see if it makes a difference in how he feels.

Did we mention we got treats too??  Oh, yeah, we got treats!  Bil-Jac is our favorite!  Since we are 90 miles away from the closest retailer that sell Bil-Jac, we thought it was pretty awesome for it to arrive on our door steps.

In addition to dog food and treats and potty supplies, they also have products for C-A-T-S.  (Shhh, don't tell.  Mom didn't order the cats anything and it's suppose to stay a secret!) 

 Mr. Chewy also carries flea and tick protection.  And shipping is always free on orders of $49 or more.

Mom gives our shopping experience with Mr. Chewy two thumbs way up.  I'll have to give 'em four paws, cause well, I don't have thumbs.

Mr. Chewy also hosts an impressive referral system for their customers.  It's a win/win thing.  You can find more information about it on their website or click HERE.

We are now loyal Mr. Chewy customers.  We hope you'll check 'em out too!!



  1. Hi Y'all,

    Sure does beat lugging all those bags of dog food!

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  2. We LOVE Mr. Chewy!!! We really LOVE them and the best part is...the deliver really FAST! Right to our door too!!! xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

  3. Oh, I see our "Taste of the Wild" and I'm going to check it out. You lucky dogs, you.

  4. I keep telling MOM about this Mr. Chewy thing. Maybe she'll give it a try. Although I do love going to the store with her to get the chow. But hey she has to go to the store for other stuff so it's win win fo rme.

  5. Definitely going to check out Mr. Chewy! Thanks for sharing :-)

  6. what a great review.....and it is great to be able to get brands that you can't normally get locally. Enjoy those treats !

  7. Hi there, Great review and I'm for anything that makes life simpler. Our Reggie has very finicky taste and we've now gone to some very in-expensive food so that he will eat. Thanks for sharing this info with us. Have a warm and fun weekend.
    Hugs, Noreen & Reggie

  8. Looks like a great place to order from. I am lucky. Mommy gets my food from a store right across the street from our house. The nice man who owns the shop loads it in the car and Daddy brings it in the house. We like to go there because they are really friendly people. But if that ever changes, maybe we'll check out Mr. Chewy.

    Doggy Kisses,

  9. Hey Boondocks!
    Wow, what a great offer! Free food is the bestest. Anything that gets more food for us...and is easier for the peeps is a pawesome twofur!
    BTW: I saw your sign on Bert's blog...BOL
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP


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