Voilà! Introducing Bonne et Filou

It’s National Pet Month – just another reason to celebrate our furkids and enhance the truly remarkable human-animal bond. It’s the perfect occasion to treat the pooch in your life with something a little different instead of a typical jerky treat or a chew toy.

Dodger and his gift of Bonne et Filou maracons

And what is that something different?

It’s a luxury box of dog macarons, handmade with 100% natural, human-grade, premium local ingredients. These Bonne et Filou macarons are named for two favorite pups that lived in the Palace d’ Versailles with King Louis XIV, and truly reflect pampering your pooch on a royal scale.

Beautifully packaged, the macarons are available in five flavors, namely strawberry, lavender, mind, vanilla and rose. The macarons are a hard treat designed for dogs to gently chew on and savor the flavor and the filling. They don’t need refrigeration and have a year-long shelf life – not that they are going to last that long …

Our tester Dodger (above) a chocolate Labrador is in puppy school to learn basic canine etiquette and wants to be a therapy dog when he grows up.

The macarons turned out to be the perfect reward when he aced his classes – along with lots of praise of course. His Mom endorsed them too because, unlike lots of other treats, they didn’t affect his tummy so he was really able to enjoy them to the max.

The treats come in different sized boxes and you are splurge with the giant box of 40 scrumptious treats. Suitable for all dog breeds and all life stages.

The treats are widely available. Go celebrate National Pet Month now!




tip of the day

If you are taking a road trip with your dog, it’s a great idea to add temporary ID tags to his collar giving information about your en route locations over and above your home address.You can use paper tags from an stationery store or there is something new on the market called Twigo tags. Google them!