For nine years she's eaten REAL, HOMEMADE FOOD,NOT commercial dog food.This blog shows how easy it is to be a DOGGIE CHEF and how healthy a home-fed dog can be.
October 19, 2010
A Dog Under A Dogwood Tree
As you can tell by her tense, patient expression; Gracie was NOT interested in posing for pictures on this beautiful autumn day. All she wanted to do was play ball in the sunshine. So that's what we did for a while.
"Going gray" is part of the normal aging process but it's kind of weird to watch it happen to your dog. Maybe it's because a dog's life span is so much shorter than a person's and the "going gray" happens more quickly.
In the bright sunshine you can see how white Gracie's muzzle has become. For now, most of the white is on her "chin," just under her mouth. Gracie's beautiful brown eyes remain clear and alert. And just look at her shiny coat and great muscle tone!
All those Doggie Chef meals have paid off.
There she goes, leaping for a tennis ball and looking wild-eyed. No matter how fast it's moving or bouncing, Gracie always keeps her eyes on the ball until she gets it. Focus and perseverance. Some of the many life lessons a dog will teach us if we watch closely enough.