Welcome to the first #truelovetuesdays of 2017! And we’ve got a special little lady for today’s episode.
- VIP Club House Membership
I’ve been so excited to show-off Stella in front of the camera. We met a few weeks ago and clicked immediately. She’s an Irish Wolfhound X Sharpei – and having wolfie in her, reminded me so much of Holly! She’s such a sweetie – wait until you see her on camera!
For a very long time, I’ve wanted to collaborate closely with a dog shelter, and help promote #adoptdontshop – a cause which I’m extremely passionate about. Being a fur-mama to three adopted pooches, it’s a cause close to my heart, and I’ve seen first hand the difference that one person can make in a dogs life.
Over the years I’ve tried many, many plant based vegan and raw protein powders. We’re so lucky that now there is such an abundance of vegan protein powders that there really is one for everybody and every body. I’ve tried over the years to find one that doesn’t affect my stomach, cools me down too much, and doesn’t leave any nasty after tastes. Here are five that I’ve tried and enjoyed… some more than others!
Since writing Delicious Doggy Dishes, one of the most common questions I get asked is “How do I get my dog to eat more vegetables?”. Some of the dogs in question have never eaten vegetables in their life, others have frustrated owners who have tried desperately for a long time to include more vegetables in their diets, and others are new to being a fur-parent (welcome to the club!) and want to know where to start.
Adopting a deaf dog was going to be a challenge- we knew that. But, one that we were (semi) prepared for, and definitely one that we were excited about. There’s only so much that reading blogs and books and watching videos teaches you however….but here’s some things that we wish we knew, and that helped us on our journey.
Vitamin B12 is a necessary part of everyone’s diet- especially on a plant based one. Here, I give the low-down on this essential vitamin.