Dogs are eating organic now, too?
Rose just wants to be queen of your castle. Can you blame her? This chipper and charming sweetheart prefers to be the only female dog in the household, but most males are fine in Rose’s book. Rose is house trained, very well behaved inside and loves impressing her favorite people. As an accomplished snuggler, Rose always knows how to make you melt by nudging her nose under your arm and sliding in for a hug. When she’s not leaning against you with a content smile, Rose enjoys playing with squeaky toys and going for car rides. She’ll make the perfect sidekick for someone who’s searching for a faithful and fun pal. Photo: Image by Rose - #652152 – 5 Years Old – Australian Shepherd Mix – Female
People will try almost any kind of diet to try and get healthier, but will they do the same for their pets? Apparently many will. More and more dog lovers are choosing to feed their pets homemade dog food, particularly organic food. Marie Moody is the owner of Stella and Chewy's in Muskego. She says she started making dog food because her dog needed to eat healthier and she soon realized many other owner's would want to do the same for their best friend.