Allow me to introduce you to my three dogs; Huey, Louie and Dewey.
I rescued them from the Dog’s Trust where they were brought in after being found abandoned as puppies in a box left outside a supermarket.
They have been spoiled since they first stepped over the threshold and made the house their home.
Their personalities are all very different as Huey is quiet, reserved but very playful. Louie is very boisterous, loud and hyperactive and Dewey is grumpy and lazy.
This doesn’t change when food is concerned as they all have very different tastes. This makes my life much harder when it comes to feeding time, however at least I do not have to worry about them eating each other’s food and one getting more food than the other. I believe it is important that they only eat food that contains natural ingredients to ensure they are receiving the best from their food.
Huey will only eat Applaws dog food which is a natural food that only contains meat, vegetables and rice and caters for the large breed of dog.
Louie’s favorite is Burns dog food which is hypoallergenic and contains no artificial additives or preservatives. It is also very ethical as it is not tested on animals (which many other brands are) and supports Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) which works towards improving the welfare of farm animals.
Dewey will only eat James Wellbeloved dog food which actually suits me as it contains no dairy or eggs, which when consumed by Dewey bad smells come out the other end.
I feed them all a mixture of tinned and dry food to provide them with variety and also to help me to keep their teeth and gums healthy (which the biscuits do).
Although they are all very fussy with their meals none of them are when it comes to treats as they will all eat any treat I give them. I buy a variety of treats from all three of the brands mentioned to provide even more variety for the three monkeys. I am sure to feed the treats in moderation to avoid over feeding and consequently weight gain.