Good morning all!
As promised, I have another little review for you. When we attended Dog Fest on the 25th, I was so super excited to visit the Guru Pet Food stand. I'd heard so many amazing things about the brand and their cold pressed food, and many of my favourite doggy instagram accounts work regularly with Guru.
Their stand didn't disappoint! We visited it as we were leaving, and it was easily one of the most impressive at the event. It was huge and so well done, with posh arm chairs and a fab wall of fame. I wish I'd taken a photo, but it was pouring with rain and poor Archie was exhausted after our busy day.
I visited the stand with the intention of buying some field bones; Archie is only 15 weeks so he's a massive chewer, but it's difficult to find things that he actually WANTS to chew. He's so fussy, it's almost unbelievable. I've heard so many fab things about the bones, and the fact that they can also double up as a meal totally appealed to me. Archie really grazes on food; he doesn't often finish a meal, so I thought these could be a great alternative... especially if we're travelling! Here's a little info from the Guru website, which you can find here, that really convinced me to make a purchase. You won't find any of the following in Guru products:
Just in case he didn't like them, I only picked up two of the little ones (£1.99 for the pair.)
I'm pleased to report that Archie absolutely loved his first Guru bone. He went crazy for it, and as you can see, he wouldn't let me take a decent photo! He didn't want to let go of it, bless him. I'm so glad I bought some, as I'm pretty sure I've found the perfect travel companion for us. We often go to my parent's holiday caravan at the coast, and these will be ideal for popping in my bag when we go on a day trip. I'll definitely be buying more!
Have you ever tried Guru products?
Chloé & Archie