“Slowly, Anna put up a hand to his muzzle and began to scratch that spot behind the ear where large dogs keep their souls.”
from A Countess Below Stairs
I’ve been learning how to make these in Photoshop and thought it would be fun to share a few of what I’ve done so far.
1. Save Time
We all get lazy once in a while. Even though the recipe for Naomi’s food requires making it only about once a week or so, sometimes it’s nice to save some effort and time. Here are a few excellent timesavers to use when making the recipe for homemade dog food:
“In times of great joy, all of us wished we had a tail we could wag.”
– W. H. Auden
Who knew that something so perfectly simple and completely safe would work so well for Naomi’s annual spring itch? It worked immediately and it was necessary to use it once a week for just a few weeks. Researching this further, I discovered that organic unpasteurized apple cider vinegar has been used to treat minor dog skin allergies and itching for many, many years. Read More
Sometimes less is best.
Sometimes I find a surprise when reviewng new pictures. This is one of them. What a cute little dog! He’s not too sure about the camera thing.
In our local grocery store the other day, I noticed something very strange about the packaging of the store brand of rawhide chews.
The pet food industry has a particularly checkered reputation when it comes to truth in ingredient and packaging issues. The FDA has been willing to turn a blind eye and give mystery ingredients in dog food a pass for years, even knowing that a large number of commercial dog foods contain the remains of euthanized cats and dogs from rendering plants. Read More