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I recently found out about Beggin’® Poppers™ from Purina® available at Sam’s Club. This is the cutest pet treat invention I have seen yet. We do not have a dog of our own but my kids do have a furry friend in their lives that they adore! Dino, the chihuahua, is a favorite attraction when we visit my parent’s house. The kids love giving him treats on our visits. He loves that the kids come over to give him treats. Win, win! I thought we would try a random Animal Act of Kindness and buy him one of these Beggin’® Party Poppers™. The kids could shower Dino with lots of kindness, or treats.
Random Animal Act of Kindness
The boys and I love going to Sam’s Club. It is one of the few places we can eat that they actually like. We made a special trip for lunch one afternoon. While there we picked up one of the Beggin’® Party Poppers™ from Purina®. The kids could not wait to give it to Dino. I can not express their excitement.
It was several hours before we finally got the to see the dog. It was driving the kids nuts to have to wait to try this Beggin’® Party Poppers™ out.
Once we met up with Dino he was just as excited as the kids. My 5 yr loaded the pig nose and we all waited for the treat to pop.
Once it did the dog was off to chase it down. I have never photographed a pet before and man they are fast. I thought moving kids were hard to capture, lol.
Dino loved the treats! Even for his small size, the treats were easy for him to eat.
Dino and the Beggin’® Party Poppers™ were new BFF’s.
So happy that everyone enjoyed our Random Animal Act of Kindness. I think the kids just love to give to others, even our furry friends.
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