On very rare occasions, there is a special something added to the kibbles. We tend to go with little human food for the dogs unless it's vegetables or fruit. This morning, they got a treat of the last of the roasted sweet potatoes.
Yes, only one or two little chunks each!
That's Brook's blue slow feed bowl. She eats as if it's a race or maybe that it's going to vanish in the next thirty seconds. In fairness though, that is her personality - very intense. The bowl does help slow her down and also has eliminated her tendency to get bloated and gassy after eating. Breeze, our fast growing blind puppy is the opposite, she takes forever to finish her kibbles.
Everyone is really good about not bothering each other while eating. Almost every new or foster dog has tried to get at blind Hiker's kibbles. That is the only time ever that Hiker's happy-go-lucky personality vanishes. She quickly lets them know that her kibbles are off limits. All it has ever taken is one warning.
Azule found something tasty in the recycle box. Even though it was rinsed, she thought it was still yummy.
|Yum - French Vanilla flavor!|
YUM Sweet potatoes and vanilla cream! Someone is very lucky!ReplyDelete
Spoiled is more like it! :)Delete
Oh - Blueberry loves sweet potatoes too! How long does it take to feed your pack? I would feel so overwhelmed!ReplyDelete
It doesn't take long to feed the pack. They all know to sit and wait while the kibbles are dished out then the bowls are distributed. It takes longer when Kongs are stuffed with some of their kibble and a bit of canned food to hold it tight. They all get a Kong when it's a work day/night.Delete
Woof! Woof! TASTY! Oh I LOVE Sweet Potatoes too. Happy Tasty Tuesday and Golden Thanks for joining the HOP. Lots of Golden Woofs, SugarReplyDelete
Hi Sugar! We're new to this blogging thing but are having fun with it. It was Blueberry's human that encouraged us a whole lot to get started. Looking forward to checking out your blog!Delete