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Does anyone else get the big puppy dog eyes as you open your advent calendar? Cecil thinks EVERYTHING is for him as is always very disappointed if we have something and there is nothing for him. So this year I thought it would be nice to get him his very own advent calendar. I decided to try the Lily’s Kitchen advent calendar for dogs.
Perfect advent calendar for sensitive tummys!
Cecil is a sensitive soul. Different brands of food and treats do upset his stomach so we do have to be a bit careful with him. But this year we switched him to Lily’s Kitchen food and we haven’t had any problems since! Cecil also gets on really well with their treats. He has a daily Woof Brush after his morning walk and their real meat treats range are always a big hit. So when it came to choosing an advent calendar for dogs, Lily’s Kitchen was an obvious choice for us.
Three different treats
With most pet advent calendars, they get the same treat every day. Lily’s kitchen shakes this up by including 3 of their best biscuit based treats. There are:
- Cheese & Apple bones
- Rise & Shine flowers
- Calming Bedtime Biscuits
The cheese & Apple bones are one of Cecil’s favourites. So it is great that they are included. There are also 4 of them on these days too! Unfortunately Cecil is less keen on the bedtime biscuits. He checks there aren’t any cheese & apple bones before taking them.
I love the Little Drummer Dog design on the advent calendar and the rest of their Christmas range. It feels quite unique to other advent calendars for dogs on the market. If you missed out on their advent calendar this year, there are some other fantastic Christmassy themed products in the range. Cecil has a tin of Three Bird Feast for his Christmas dinner. We will certainly be buying from their Christmas range again next year!
Thinking about getting an advent calendar for your horse too? Read my Stud Muffins Advent Calendar Review here.
Last Updated on 17/12/2021