A Dog’s Life
Have you ever heard anyone idly making the comment, “I lead a dog’s life.”? I have. I would not be able to agree or disagree without knowing a little more information.
It all depends on the dog and, of course, his owner. I know some people treat their pets better than their children. They insure their animals so they can get health care. (Our government doesn’t even do that for all America’s children.) They take bow-wow to the dentist. They have a doctor on speed-dial AKA veterinarian in case a problem might arise.
Many canines have regularly scheduled trips to the groomer. Shampoo and nail trim are common place. They even school the puppies who become adult dogs on obedience and behavior. (Some parents should try it with their own kids.)
Many people eat far worse than their pets. They don’t eat as well or as nutritiously. Look at how overweight many Americans are today. If they would only watch their nutrition as carefully they would be in much better shape.
Administering pet supplements including vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and probiotics won’t make Fido wealthy or wise, but it will help his health. All this for the love of a pet….