This post is sponsored by the Just Right by Purina team.
Every Thanksgiving, we gather at Grandma’s house for the annual family dinner. This year, we had a record number of family members gathered around Grandma’s antique dining table, and it was easily one of the best Thanksgiving celebrations we’ve ever had, full of fun and laughs. Of course, Bob is an important part of the family, and he loves to celebrate Thanksgiving with us because it involves his two favorite things: Spending time with people, and eating food! Not only did he get to play with other doggies over Thanksgiving, but he also spent some special bonding time with baby Juniper as well, which was so sweet. Making memories with each other is one of the things we are always most thankful for on Thanksgiving!
When we go around the table and talk about what we’re thankful for this year, the most commonly discussed area of gratitude after “Family” is “Health”. Good health for ourselves and our loved ones is always something to be very grateful for, and when it comes to taking care of Bob, this year I am thankful for natural pet nutrition. Being able to feed Bob personalized Just Right by Purina food that is tailored for his nutritional needs and preferences makes both of us happy! His tasty Thanksgiving dinner of Bob’s Blend actually had three ingredients in common with our human feast:
- Lamb: The first ingredient in Bob’s Blend is real, yummy lamb. We had multiple kinds of meat at our human Thanksgiving table, because the whole family loves meats – Bob included!
- Cassava Root Flour: This flour provides the carbohydrates Bob needs while keeping his food grain-free, as his vet recommended. Meanwhile, us humans enjoyed several loaves of homemade bread that I brought along to Thanksgiving dinner!
- Potato Protein: Potatoes are a prerequisite for Thanksgiving, and this year we had three different kinds of potatoes: Mashed and baked for the humans, and potato protein for Bob!
In 2016, our whole family is thankful for another year with Bob, and looking forward to many more to come. Happy holidays!
How was your Thanksgiving? Did your dog get a special feast?