Mama Mia – Dog Pizza Review
June 19 | 3 Comments
Day in and day out, I get served slop in a bowl for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I guess it’s not so much slop as it is dry hard pellets that taste like cardboard and lamb. So imagine my surprise when my old man pulled his chair up to the computer and surfed over to blissfulbiscuits.com to order me my very own Heaven Scent Pizza.
I drooled uncontrollably as my father read me the ingredients…whole wheat flour, carrots, celery, parmesan cheese, garlic, basil, etc. No additives whatsoever. Sure it didn’t have any lard, but this pie tastes and smells just like a human pizza. Or that was the claim on the website. I couldn’t wait to find out if this pie lived up to the hype or whether it was more Domino’s Pizza than Ray’s Original New York Style.
It was a few days later when I smelled the UPS driver as he made his rounds in my zip code. His truck smelled of pizza. What can brown do for me? Deliver that pizza a little quicker. When the driver dropped off the pie I urged my father to tip him, however the brown van disappeared into the sunset long before my father could get the quarter out of his pocket.
It was now time for companion and me to get ready for the feast. We grabbed a bottle of red wine, some glasses, and a pizza cutter, heading downstairs to our dining area so we could be served by our owners.
The pizza was cut, and a slice was placed on my plate. I dug in with great zeal to find the actual taste fully meeting my high expectations. It was wonderfully delicious. Magically delicious if you’re a miniature Irish wolfhound reading this.
But was I a victim of the low expectations game? I had been served dry kibble for nearly a century and think kitty poo tastes great. It was time to call my faithful companion to try a bite and get her thoughts.
She carefully looked at the presentation (beautiful), then took in the smell (wonderful), and finally tasted the Italian goodness (heavenly). We agreed; we wanted more of this Italian pie. Thank goodness they deliver in our neighborhood.
A word of caution: You’ll note in the pictures that companion and I ate a whole pizza. I suspect the idea is to only serve a slice at a time, as a treat. If you have your owners wrapped around your fuzzy little paw and get them to give you the whole thing, just make sure to get on the treadmill afterwards to work off those extra calories.
In the end I have to say, Domino’s may deliver but Heaven Scent Pizza for Dogs brings it home.
Heaven Scent Pizza for Dogs
Pros: Smells great; Tastes great; Good for you; Reasonably priced
Cons: Bowser Beer not included; Heaven Scent Calzone not yet available
Five Out of Five Paws