Review: Wellness Well Bites

A fun memory: Wellness Well Bites were the very first treats I bought for Pyrrha!

I was preparing for bringing her home, and I went to our local Tractor Supply to get her kibble, and these treats caught my attention.


So, I was happy to review this offering from of the Wellness chicken and venison recipe. And Pyrrha definitely was too!

I really like how soft and easily breakable these treats are. They are also strong smelling, which really gets her attention while training.

Wellness Well Bites

The ingredients are also top notch:

Chicken, Venison, Ground Brown Rice, Oatmeal, Vegetable Glycerin, Guar Gum, Cane Molasses, Carrots, Salt, Natural Smoke Flavor, Garlic, Blueberries, Flaxseed, Sweet Potatoes, Apples, Phosphoric Acid (a natural acidifier), Sorbic Acid (a preservative), and Mixed Tocopherols (a natural preservative)

An 8-oz. bag of these treats sells for $8.95 at Check them out!

Chewy White

Disclaimer: We were provided with a bag of these treats in exchange for our honest review. We never review products that we wouldn’t personally endorse.

Rainer updates

Rainer is BACK after being boarded for 10 days while we were on vacation. There was the chance that he was going to be shipped off for training or to another foster home, but none of that worked out, and he loves us. And more importantly, he loves Pyrrha, so it made sense for him to come back to us until he was ready for adoption.

More dogs in the yardI confess I was pretty nervous about reintroducing him to Pyrrha (after the traumatic dog fight incident with a potential adopter’s shepherd). But that was silly on my part. We took lots of precautions in the reintroduction, but they wagged their tails and sniffed sweetly like old friends (which they are, by now). Not a single problem or incident with that. I often forget that dogs have good memories. Dogs remember the dogs, people, houses they like. Silly human.

As you can see, they are back to being BFFs:

More dogs in the yard

More dogs in the yardThe GOOD NEWS is that he is scheduled to go on trial this Sunday! “On trial” with our rescue means that the adopter will have Rainer for two weeks to “test drive” him and see if he’s a fit with their home before the adoption is finalized.

Things are looking up for you, Rainey Baby! Here’s to hoping that this potential adopter will come through and that you will be in your forever home soon!

More dogs in the yard