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Picky Eater? Milk-Bone Daily Vitamins Pick Up The Slack For Your Dog

When Django was a puppy, she had huge paws. She would be a big, sloppy chunky Lab when she grew up, I thought  and that what just what I wanted. I wanted a big dog that would remind me of the Rottweiler I had in the past. Schatzie was a humongous sweetheart, quite literally. So when we brought home Django, I hoped she'd be just as big and lovable.

I can't complain because she is the sweetest dog I have ever known and always, always by my side. She goes with me wherever I go, gets upset when I stay out too long without her, and sleeps with me at night. She's by my side when I'm working, writing and cooking. She is part of my heart forever. 

Milk Bone Good Morning Daily Vitamin treats But she's not big. In fact, she only recently clocked in at 55 pounds, her highest weight to date. While she will eat most of her food over the course of a day, she is so selective about eating that I worry about her getting all the nutrients she needs. I tried the Milk Bone Good Morning Daily Vitamin treats because she will always eat a Milk Bone even when she's in a picky mood. I give my kids vitamins everyday to supplement their diet, so why not do that for Django and Hayley?  She gulped them down and wanted more. Whatever they are doing  in terms of flavor works, and the ingredients are filled with nourishment.
Milk Bone Good Morning Daily Vitamin treats

Health is top priority for both my dogs, and I'm not alone. 1 out of 3  dog owners are concerned that their dog is not getting enough of the nutrients s/he needs - especially given that essential nutrients are missing from many dog foods .


The Good Morning treats are specially formulated dog snacks that provide beneficial nutrients not found in most dog foods. The Total Wellness blend supports a dog's immune system (Beta-Carotene, Vitamin C, Betaine), brain & heart (DHA, Taurine), and digestion (Fiber, Betaine). And real chicken is the #1 ingredient.

24% pet parents give their dog vitamins, food, or treats at the same time that they eat or take vitamins. Django will do anything for a vitamin treat. The only downside is that she wants to eat the whole container. 

Milk Bone Good Morning Daily Vitamin treats
Django trying to look cute so she gets another vitamin!

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