I was recently asked if I would write a post evaluating my online shopping experience with MrChewy.com. They offered me a $50 credit in exchange for the post. Truth is, I would have done it for $25, but I did not share that little tidbit of information with Mr. Chewy!

I spent some time perusing all the delicious products online. It was hard to narrow my order down given there are over 80 brands to choose from on their site, but I finally made my selections which included a “The Tank” Meaty Beef Knuckle Bone, Duck & Potato Formula Jerky Bark, Shopping for All Natural Dog Treatsand Carob & Vanilla Duplex Sandwich Cremes Dog Treats.

I was ready to check out using my handy PupPal account when mom came in and ruined all my fun. I got “the look” then she said, “Ruby, while those treats look delicious and are great for other dogs, they are not appropriate for a diabetic dog like yourself ”. She does make me yummy homemade dog food for diabetic dogs, so I went back to the drawing board and picked out more fitting treats for a dog like me.

Luckily, there is an ingredients tab for most of the products offered online at MrChewy.com so it was easy to find treats which met my dietary special needs. I also liked that I could see ratings and read reviews from other pups. I definitely plan on adding a few of my own!

MrChewy,com Ingredients

My mom-approved order contained Zukes Chicken Mini Naturals Dog Treats, Zukes Salmon Mini Naturals Dog Treats, PureBites Freeze Dried Chicken Breast Dog Treats, Dogswell Vitality Chicken Breast Jerky Dog Treats, Dogswell Veggie Life Happy Hips Chicken & Sweet Potato Dog Treats, and I threw in a small bag of Zukes Natural Purrz Tender Chicken Cat Treat for Emma the cat because I am nice like that (fine, mom made me). I did have a question when I was checking out so I clicked on the Live Chat and was immediately greeted by Shanna. She was very helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. I know, I am gushing. I may have a crush on Shanna.

I am not usually happy when the delivery truck arrives at my house. It’s loud, strange people approach my door, and the doorbell irritates me. Who wants to have ‘ding and dong’ wake them up during a relaxing afternoon nap? MrChewy.com Treats for Diabetic DogsHowever, I was very happy to see my MrChewy.com order and the free shipping for orders over $49 is nothing to bark at. I checked the box and the contents were exactly what I had ordered. I spent the next few days being a very good boy so the taste testing of my treats went smoothly. I am partial to chicken, so it may seem a little fishy but the Zukes Salmon Mini Naturals Dog Treats are my new favorite.

I love their selection and customer service and it’s fun to get social on their Facebook page so I highly recommend ordering from MrChewy.com. I look forward to placing my next order!

Get to know Ruby (63 Posts)

Ruby spent his early days on the lam roaming the mean streets of Grafton, WV. When he was caught, he was charged with a Class D Misdogmeanor: Failure to be a good hunting dog. As part of a plea deal, he was extradited to a frozen tundra known as New England. It was there that he rescued two humans, assumed a girl’s name, and never looked back. In 2008, Ruby spent seven days in the hospital near death with diabetic ketoacidosis. He lived with canine diabetes for the rest of his life, almost eight years, and through his blogging has helped countless friends around the world with his diabetic dog food recipe, Ruby Stewbie. In 2013, he convinced his humans to move south to the warm weather and beautiful coast of North Carolina. He was always a southern charmer, after all, and his blue heeler blood was homesick. He enjoyed every single moment of his retirement. It was filled with all the finer things in life: walks on the beach, napping, getting belly rubs, and giving sweet kisses. On May 4th, 2016, Ruby passed peacefully in his sleep, surrounded by his pack. He lived 14 glorious years thanks to someone who picked him up and drove him far away, to a no-kill shelter, and into the arms of love. He remained a lover, not a hunter. Join Ruby in barking out to animals and their rescuers at Friends of Ruby.


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