A Tale of a Blogger and Her Fur Babies… #ShareTheJoy

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I love my dogs.

All three of them! 

I always thought that the people who called their dogs their “babies” were crazy – until I became one of those people. Once I had sweet little dogs that pulled at my heart strings every time they looked up at me with their big brown puppy dog eyes, I completely understood why people get so attached to their dogs!

My shetland sheepdogs, Bailey and Toby, have their own dog beds…which they never sleep in. They love sleeping in the bed with Chris and I, and honestly, I love it that they cuddle with me at night!

We have a sectional sofa, even though there are only three of us in the house – and the dogs have their own “seats” on the sofa!

Our dogs? They are part of the family. They are my fur babies and you know what? There’s nothing wrong with that!

I love spoiling my fur babies with fun chew toys, long days at the doggy park and with delicious new dog treats and food.

Remember that post I wrote about giving Foxy, Bailey and Toby the new Cesar food for dogs – including Cesar Meaty Selects?

Well, now all of my dogs are totally spoiled and are turning their noses up at their regular dried food…it’s a good thing these dogs are so cute because all of this spoiling…it adds up!

As you can tell by the way Bailey and Toby begged for the Cesar canine cuisine, they loved it! They really are the perfect food for small dogs! Foxy loved it too, she ate mostly the Cesar Meaty Selects, which is sold in a resealable 10-ounce can – perfect for bigger dogs or for using more than one feeding for your little dogs.

Meaty Selects can be served alone or as a delicious compliment to your dog’s favorite dry food.

Tips on how to transition your dog from one food to another without upsetting their stomach:

  • For the first two days or so, your dog’s meals should be about 75% old food and 25% new food. Mix the two foods together, don’t keep them separated.
  • If the first couple of days of the transition go smoothly, you can mix 50% of your dog’s old food with 50% of the new food on days 3 and 4.
  • On days 5 and 6, your dog’s meals should be about 75% new food and only 25% of the old food.
  • On day 7 let your dog enjoy 100% of the new Cesar dog food!
I mixed the Cesar Meaty Selects in order to avoid upsetting my dog’s stomachs but I ended up just continuing to give them 1/2 and 1/2. I really love how much my dogs all enjoyed Cesar canine cuisine, it really seems to be the best dog food we’ve tried so far!
You can find out more about Cesar cuisine and treats by checking out the Cesar website and Facebook page!

I wrote this review while participating in an ambassador program by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Cesar and received product samples and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.

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