Just over a year ago, we lost our Taffy girl. A few months later, our family felt like we were ready to invite another dog into our home, and we adopted Trixie!
She is definitely a bright spot in our household, so as more people are restricted to their homes during troubling times, it’s no wonder that there’s been a surge in pet adoptions! Dogs have long been man’s best friend and a source of comfort and unconditional love.
I don’t think I’ve mentioned it here on the blog yet, but about a month ago, we lost our Taffy girl.
She was SUCH a great dog. We adopted her from the SPCA, and when we got her home, we discovered she was already completely trained. She barely bothered the cat. She survived through us bringing twins home. She was the happiest dog ever. We miss her SO VERY MUCH.
Yet, we are dog people. We adopt, we don’t shop. And my husband has been going on FOREVER about getting a chocolate lab, like the one he grew up with.
So…without further ado…meet Trixie!
She’s another rescue. She’s about a year old, from what we know. She has the sweetest disposition, but still she spent her first week with us destroying the house. Cue doggy school to learn some manners. She’s doing much better now!
**PLEASE NOTE: While Bil-Jac’s Farmer’s Bounty DID provide me with this product to review at no cost, I was not in any way paid for my review. The following opinion is hereby my own.**
The other day was an exciting day at the House of Campbell. I received a box in the mail! (Now, that’s not so much unusual, but it was what was in the box that was exciting – it was dog food!)
Normally, my hubby gets excited about packages arriving, because it tends to be food that he tends to get to taste-test. He was a little disappointed that this particular package wasn’t for him but for Taffy the dog!
And Taffy was absolutely enthralled!
“Um, excuse me. I can smell that and I like it. Can I have that, please?” (She’s very polite!)
I learned that Farmer’s Bounty is packed with wholesome ingredients! 20 pounds of fresh, cage-free chicken are used to make every single 24-pound bag of food! As in nature, Bil-Jac includes the chicken organs, which help supply essential amino acids. They also use steam-rolled oats (the only grain in the food) to supply energy and soluble fiber!