As Wynston gets older, I worry more and more about his health. Although he’s only turning 5 years old this year, I want to be proactive so he can live the longest, healthiest life possible. So much of a dog’s wellness relies on the food they eat. Lucky for us, grain free diets have become increasingly popular and available at affordable prices. As pet parents, we want what’s very best for our pets, especially as they head into their senior years. With that being said, Wellness® has reinvented their Complete Health™ dog food and it’s now grain free! It’s time to revisit the brand and see how they’ve improved their Complete Health™ line.
Just as I buy Christmas gifts for my dogs, I put together an Easter basket for each of them every year. Although Wynston, Khloee and McKenzie Rae don’t understand the whole Easter concept, they do know that there are lots of goodies to enjoy when they see the baskets. Here’s how you can put together an Easter basket for your dog!
Wynston has been modeling for PetSmart for a little over a year and a half. His first opportunity to model for the big name pet company was in October 2014. That photo shoot paved the way for Wynston’s future modeling career, and I will tell you why. If you are interested in getting your dog into modeling, or you are headed to a professional photo shoot, here are some tips as to how you can prepare your dog (and yourself) for the big day.
This is super big news. Well, for me at least. I’ve been a HUGE Arizona Diamondbacks fan since I was 13 years old. I watch every game of every season. I’ve been to playoff games, too many spring training games and have waited long hours for player autographs. Two years ago, Matt and I took Wynston to “Bark in the Park,” a dog friendly baseball game at the D-back’s Chase Field. The proceeds benefited the AAWL and we had a designated area to sit during the game. It was amazing. I just wished that I could take Wynston to a game whenever I want – and that dream just came true.
In late November 2015, Matt and I rescued McKenzie Rae from the euthanasia list at our local shelter. She had been a stray (we’re guessing for her whole life) and she wasn’t accustomed to eating dog food. Well, a few weeks later she became extremely ill. Honestly I thought we were going to lose McKenzie Rae, as her immune system is weak and she’s underweight. My vet suggested feeding her puppy food so she can get the protein and vitamins she missed out on while growing up. I’m not going to feed McKenzie puppy food forever, but what food can I get in the meantime that won’t break the bank yet is nutritious for my girl? Nature’s Recipe®!