Whether or not dogs should wear collars around the house can be a heated topic. Like human parents, every pet parent thinks they are doing what’s best. So let’s discuss the popular question of “should my dog wear a collar at home?” I went to my personal Facebook page to ask my dog mom and dad friends how they felt about the issue. Valuable opinions flooded my post, and now I’m going to share some insight with you! Of course, I will also be adding my personal thoughts on the matter.
Have I mentioned how much I love Wellness® grain-free dog food?! It’s truly the best pet food switch I’ve ever done. I enjoy giving my dogs options so they aren’t constantly eating the same thing. I know I wouldn’t want to eat the same food all the time. Wellness offers an entire line of grain free recipes that I can choose from to give Wynston variety, and it’s all available at PetSmart®! With that being said, going to PetSmart® and browsing the aisles with my boy is one of my favorite things to do. There are a plethora of Wellness choices to pick from and thankfully several of them are grain-free! It’s extremely convenient to be able to look at the wide array of product available at my preferred pet supplies store.
Wynston’s transition to Wellness® Core® grain free dog food has been a phenomenal process so far. Not only does Wynston love the food, but it’s been great to support our lifestyle. Recently I vowed to be more active with my dogs because Wynston was gaining weight. Since switching him to Wellness and hiking more often, he’s lost half a pound! I’m not saying that your dog will necessarily lose weight by eating this food, but it’s promoted a healthier outlook for us. With my boy on grain free food, I took it as an opportunity to really renew his health. It’s working and I couldn’t be happier!
I’m addicted to my dog. It could be worse, right?! It could be drugs, alcohol, shopping…but nope. I’m addicted to Wynston. But I say that loosely. It’s not by any means an unhealthy addiction – I simply cannot imagine living my days without my little boy.
It’s actually happening. I’m going to be a wife! The future Mrs. Genovese, to be exact! (And I seriously can’t wait to change my last name). The time between the proposal and booking of a venue has been very short, but we’re less than a year out from the wedding. Matt and I didn’t have much of a choice because we wanted to get married whenever my baby brother would be home on leave from the Army. Originally we chose 12/30/16 but the venue we wanted was booked that day, so we went with the 29th instead. So……we did it! We put down the deposit, signed a contract and we are rockin’ & rollin’. Matt and I will become Mr. & Mrs. Genovese on 12/29/16 at Villa Siena!