We have been having some Trouble with Tribbles.
We think we know where they come from though.
the international sign of “the spring is here”
I have a question that you all might be able to answer. My Tara is a 26-kg labrador and we give her my bone broth daily, we add it to her breakfast/dinner (we add her kibble to water, otherwise she won’t touch water…unless she’s a few more minutes in the sunshine away from death ;))
I prepare my bone broth from just bones+meat, I season it later, so there is nothing that could bother her. Do you think it’s ok if she drinks 1 400ml portion of bone broth per day during the week?
Would be nothing but good for her. I would give my lab that without hesitation.
Been kayaking even more with my dogs since we can’t go hiking, there are too many people walking dogs at parks and we have a nice lake in town that is still open.
This is Abby
This is Arttu
I love his/her? look of confusion, with the one ear down “did all that come from me?!?”
I know she looks depressed lol.
She’s probably thinking “must be that keto diet, causing all this fur loss, i told her she’s crazy”
Last weekend we picked up an 11 month of blue/tan German Shepherd, named Grange, as a work companion for my husband.
Husband completely besotted, but poor Grange is very insecure and must be missing his previous enormously.
I’m a ‘people inside, dogs outside’ person, so imagine my befuddlement to find that the only way to keep Grange calm is to have him right beside us - 24 hrs for the first few days. So this is how he slept the first night after husband left for work at 3:30am - nose right on my neck.
Almost a week later he’s starting to settle a bit but is still very insecure.
He is a beautiful boy.
Adorable!!! Love their names!
Oh, that is one gorgeous dog. So soulful looking. I read a post recently from a rescue agency. They said it takes up to three months for a rescue dog to become fully comfortable and acclimated to his/her new home.