Smart Rewards for a “smart” dog


Every time Marc and I go to SM Megamall in Ortigas, we always made sure to pass by Bio Research at the lower ground floor (near the skating rink). Marc liked looking at the fishes, while I try my best to sneakily buy something for my doggies left at home.

Smart Rewards

On this trip, I managed to smuggle some doggy treats for my furry friends: a bag of Pro Pac Smart Rewards Strips!

This doggy treat seemed similar to beef jerky. It smelled like it, though I can’t be so sure—I haven’t tasted it eww. 😛 But the dogs seemed to love them. Choknat is a bit picky with dog treats—his brother Harry’s the one who usually end up eating the treats Choknat spits out—but he seemed to like this one.

A bag of Pro Pac Smart Rewards Strips from Bio Research costs Php175 (that’s about US$4.30). It’s a bit pricey, to be honest, but I wanted my dogs to try out some “gourmet” dog food at least once in a while. Maybe it’s cheaper elsewhere? If you guys know where to get this doggy treat at a cheaper price, please feel free to leave a comment!


Posted on Tuesday, 29 April 2008 at 1:07 am
Filed: Gourmet for Canines
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  • nikki

    hi. what food do you usually give to shanty? 😉

  • admin

    @nikki: Hi! Shantee’s dog food is Royal Canin (the one specifically for Shih Tzus) 🙂

  • nikki

    is milk okay to give to my 6 month old shih tzu?

  • nikki

    6 week old 😉 sorry 😀

  • nikki

    how much does it cost? and what its like? dog food or like human food? 😉 thanks

  • charllote

    hi! i have a 6 weeks old tzu her name s peachy i bought her a pet plus doggie biscuit from ace megamall she loves it but she had hard time chewing it…do you have any suggestion of what kind of food reward i can give her that won’t give her hard time chewing it…thanks

  • eka

    I give my tzu Purina Beggin’ Strips (Bacon Flavor) as treats. He LOVES it and it’s really helpful especially if you’re trying to train your dog. It’s cheaper..costs PhP75 per pack. 🙂

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