Keep It Simple | Sojos Simply Treats Review

For the most part, I keep Rufus grain-free. Since his allergies aren’t severe, I don’t worry too much about the occasional treat being thrown his way via the coffee shop drive-thru or when I run to the bank and the teller tosses him a little somethin-somethin’ in the dropbox.

But then a few weeks ago, I purchased some holiday themed treats from my local market and realized that maybe his sensitivity to wheat (or something else) was a tad stronger than I thought. Within a few hours, his eye boogers were out of control and he wouldn’t stop itching his ears. Of course it took me a few days to link the specific treats to his reaction, but then I immediately threw them out and all was right in the world again.

Maybe it’s his age that’s making him more sensitive to certain foods or maybe it was something in the treats I wasn’t aware of (food coloring? a preservative?). Whatever it was, we are back on track and haven’t had an issue since.


Yes, we are going to keep things clean and simple from here on out, which is why these Simply Lamb treats from Sojos are perfect for all of those sensitive pups out there.


With just one ingredient and limited processing, they couldn’t be more straight-to-the-point.


And since my dog is absolutely not a vegetarian, he went wild for these. Meat and peanut butter – his two loves in life. What a bro.


Thanks to for giving us the opportunity to try their quality products in exchange for our honest review. 


2 thoughts on “Keep It Simple | Sojos Simply Treats Review

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