I nearly bought their grain free food because it’s supposed to be one of the best. EVO was yanked off the market for some reason, so I am using a different brand, but I strongly suspect a lot of them do things like this. If it weren’t for the fact that the tummy issues disappeared thanks to the grain free food, I would think it was all the same. Lord knows it all smells the same.
“Histories are more full of examples of the fidelity of dogs than of friends.” ―Alexander Pope
I agree with this. If you’ve ever had a bad friend, you will definitely agree. Though for me, it’s always going to be cats. 🙂
I did opt for the one with Found Animals. It is easy to use and it helps to update it periodically with photos, medical info, etc. It’s a good precautionary measure, but the few lost animals I have found either had tags or didn’t, so I do think it’s especially important for an ID tag if you have a dog and obviously, if you’re going to let your cat(s) come and go as they please, a good tag is inexpensive when you factor in your own peace of mind.
*Many of you know that I am a cat lover. I’ve had cats my entire life.
Losing animals we are bonded with is, oftentimes, more difficult than losing a person. There are no mixed emotions with animals, there’s just love and companionship. They have an incredible way of healing and mending us, of reminding us to slow down, and of showing us unmatched affection.
Every pet owner is different, but I think we can all agree that we’d do anything within our power to care for them and provide them with the absolute best life possible. Thankfully, there are so many new healing methods and things we can do to prolong their lives.
This article is a perfect example of the lengths we go to and how we attempt to heal after losing a beloved animal.*