So a few days ago one of the blogs I follow ran a funny one about pissing off one of the big time dog food makers, names, chains, whatever. I thought it was hilarious and reading his post reminded me that I'd thought about looking into what exactly our dog Max was really eating. Thought to myself, ya know I'm reading and worried all this time about what I'm eating and what MY family is eating. I need to worry about what our dog is eating as well.
So Idaho this post is for you and being your so supah smart in regards to this matter, I'd like your input and or feedback on the matter!
Of course the bag tells you it's nutritious and delicious and the television ads show you pictures of a well groomed awesome behaved dog running and chasing kids. Of course it's always the dog with the most beautiful coat of hair and color.
OK OK to the point... So while at the pet store while they were running one of their clinics. Yay Max is all caught up on his shots! There was this rude ass bitch who forgot how to work that sensor there between the brain and the mouth. Guess she thought it was a good idea to ask my if my child had ADD? No you dumb cunt she doesn't!! Thank you very much!!! <-- Of course I only wished I could have said those words!
To wrap this up, she gives me a bag full of samples of a certain dog food. Now all the scoping of labels and ingredients for the last few trips out I'm wondering.... Is it so bad that they seem to be making dogs more of a vegetarian type species? Have you noticed that? There really isn't any meat in their foods. Is this bad for them? I guess it makes sense to only say yes, because really. All of us need something from the meats. Whether it's the protein or whatever. Dogs don't really get vitamins I guess.... Well not my dog anyway.
Dick Van Patten's Natural Balance