Chutzie...when we take our dogs for a walk near the lake we sometimes stop at Wendy's for what we have called 'family day'. The dogs respond to the words and get all excited...and if we pass the Wendy's and don't stop, Dylan actually cries. They know us there...we order the dogs chicken nuggets, no sauce and a large water for them. They even have dog bisquits for them.
I'm just going to tell Burger King about it the next time I drive by. It's too far to go back and get the stupid meat!
spoiling dogs??? me??? Naw!!! Years ago, before I knew better, I use to take my two Goldens through the drive through at McDonald's and get them an ice cream cone, to share. They were so cute, in the back seat, waiting patiently for the other one to take his turn licking it. I did, every so often, buy them a burger there too, but I'd give them the meat instead of the bread...Chutz, we'd make a good team! These days, I don't buy them fast food or me, for that matter. They eat better than most people, at least that is what my friends and family tell me. They are on a grain free, super premium kibble and I add organic pumpkin, for the fiber, fills their tummies and keeps their weight down. Also give them organic plan yoghurt for their coat and digestion. One of my Goldens has very bad allergies, he's the rescue, so I also add organic apple cider vinegar. Thankfully, I've been able to control his allergies with medications, by keeping him on a grain free diet, with the added organic foods. I need to get a second job to feed my dogs!!! be well
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I eat very little fast food because of the salt...don't eat much meat either. I always get a veggie sub at Subway when we decide to get fast food. I guess I'm doing a no-no giving my dogs chicken nuggets...I can only imagine what's in them...ground up beaks and feet, poor things! But we only do it a couple of times a month. I just think it's funny that they recognize the 'arches' and the Wendy's sign when we pass them.
K9...my grandfather was a Presbyterian minister too. He never ate fast food in his life....lived to be 98 but would eat head cheese, some kind of kidney-thing and beef tongue. Go figure.