Maggie is a bit fussy with her biscuits as she doesn’t like them mixed with her dinner or anything else, preferring to munch or crunch them independently.
We usually buy her a box of biscuits in various shapes and colours, and she is rather partial to the little black ones in the shape of a house. I believe they are charcoal based and thus good for her digestive system.
One of our supermarkets had a special offer of two boxes for £3 (usually £1.90 each) and we have started one in the past couple of weeks.
Sadly, there were only around half a dozen black ones in the box, so I sent an email off to the manufacturers to make their quality control aware of it.
I’ve written a similar post on product disappointment and I was pleased to receive a response from a lady this time who has a dog (could be for PR) who likes his treats too.
She kindly explained the procedure for filling the boxes and I can understand how everything is automated and weight conscious.
What was so lovely was her saying that rather than our dog miss out on her treats, she was putting some vouchers in the mail to put towards anything in their range. This is quite expansive including Maggie’s main food.
They arrived this morning and we have £6 to spend.
Maggie is wagging her tail already.
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