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Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Like death and taxes, there are a few certainties that come with feeding your dogs a raw diet. Mostly, there will be blood...
You will drop a bowl full of bloody meat onto your beige carpet.
Even after meticulous cleanup, you will find blood droplets in unusual places. I have a window over my kitchen sink. Somehow blood from meal prep splattered on that.
You will check out the meat department of every grocery store you go into. Just in case they are having a sale, or have some novel cut or protein that
You will likely cut yourself. With a very sharp knife. While your hands are already covered in blood from cutting up raw meat.
Saturday, July 23, 2016
Over the years, I have written several posts about raw feeding, along with posting photos of some of the raw meals I feed my dogs, and raw friendly treat recipes.
These posts are meant to help both the beginning and experienced raw feeders.
I decided to catalog these various raw feeding posts, and put them in an easy to find spot.
How I Feed Raw A how-to on how I feed my three large dogs a raw diet. Doesn't work for everyone, but this is what works for them.
Homemade Dog Chews How to use what is typically considered waste or a byproduct to easily make chews for your dogs.
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Monday, July 18, 2016
Sometimes dogs just want a soft, stinky treat. Actually my dogs want them all the time.
They were given the opportunity to try out some Fish & Sweet Potato Jerky Bark made by Natural Balance, courtesy of our friends at chewy.com.
Sunday, July 17, 2016
The past week and a half have been a tragedy of errors for me. My car was backed into. Last weekend, both my washing machine and vacuum quit. Yesterday, Bruce knocked my Nikon off of a table, and it is not working. I hope it is repairable. It was truly an accident. But I am still upset. He's lucky I love him.
So even on bad days, bad weeks, when everything seems to go wrong, there are still my joyful, hilarious, loving critters.