I hope it's okay that I'm rambling on here about
what to feed dogs...if not, please let me know. Puppylover...you can buy the super premium, grain free kibble at the big pet discount stores, you don't have to go to the boutiques. Yes, they are more expensive, but in the long run, it will end up costing you less, as I am sure you know, having had a Golden with problems. Allergies alone can cost you a bundle. I realize I made a mistake in my previous note, I left out the word "out"...yes, I am managing Benji's allergies without the use of medications. He has one bad month a year, in August well mid August to mid September and then I give him Benadryl but otherwise, I am very watchful of what he eats, NO GRAINS...and that includes his treats, chews, etc. It's really not difficult to do. They get cut up apples and cherry tomatoes for treats, or whatever fruit or veggie is in season.
So you have a 2 year old Golden...how on earth do you keep up with him/her??? The energy in these dogs is incredible! Mine are 6 and 7 and FINALLY calming down...a bit...
Donna...you must be doing a whole lot right, to have a Dalmation that is almost 18!!
I really can't take all the credit for what I feed them. Yes, I am doing it, but it was recommended to me from Benji's foster mom when we adopted him. She deserves most of the credit.
Fibromyalgia, Osteoarthritis, scoliosis, back problems, hypothyroidism.