ummmm….i was, like, reading around the web and stuff, when i came across an article about raw meat for humans. if it’s, like, in writing then it must be true right! ok, like, i would love to see woman eat raw meat and all, don’t get me wrong – but let me be, like, crystal
Mmmmm…rec bones. What dog doesn’t enjoy these lovely treats? It’s like outdoor TV for you pet. Of course, you can always lay a tarp down inside the house and train your pup to nosh the rec bone on the tarp and that will keep your floor clean. Warning: Your home may start to smell like
Satchel has a good point there. There are times when we forget to thaw their meat, go away on vacation, go backpacking or are just too lazy to prepare a raw meat dinner. According to Satchel’s breeder (http://www.aegisridgebacks.com/home) that’s their number one choice in dry dog food. According to Solid Gold’s website, they think it’s
you know, every so often a dog craves kijjible. old-fashion, cancer causing dry ceral made with, like, no real stuff. my peeps feed me Solid Gold. apparently, it’s the best kinda stuff to feed dogs when they forgot to like, thaw some meat or when they decide to leave us to go on vacation. whatEVER!
Yes, chicken feet are totally gross to look at, please don’t stare too long. But they are super nutritious and high in Glucosamine. I have only one dog customer that isn’t a fan. Every puppy loves these as meals, it’s really just the people that have issues. Here are some chicken feet feeding tips:1. Don’t
When starting out, the best plan of action when ordering raw meat is to select one or two chubs (2 pound packages) of several different kinds of meat. You dog or cat will let you know what they like and don’t. Here are some guidelines:Tripe: I don’t think I’ve met a dog that doesn’t love