There’s no better time to make some positive lifestyle changes than at the start of a brand new year! Here are a few resolutions our four-legged staff made for 2018:
"Lick 90% more things"
"Give my paw of approval to more good foods (after I taste them of course)"
"Avoid drooling on things that don't belong to me"
"Gonna try and stop piddling myself whenever someone new walks in the door... I ruined a lot of nice people's shoes in 2017"
"Learn to accept that my humans do not want to play fetch at 2am and also cut down on breaking into the cereal cabinet to munch on the bags"
"Read the newspaper every day and perhaps jump into the stock-trading game"
"Accept the fact that I'm not a lap dog"
"Eat more veggies!"
"Learn new tricks! (PS - I just learned this one)"
"Fart less. Cuddle more."
"Stop sneaking all the treats"
"Destroy less Christmas trees (or destroy Christmas trees less often 😈)"
"Pick up a few more modeling gigs"
"Invade less privacy" (she says from the bathroom while waiting for her human to be done showering)
"Actually stick to my diet and stop sneaking into the pies when mama isn’t home!"
Our Chicken and Turkey Recipe is specially formulated to provide dogs some warmth from the inside out. With warming foods like chicken and turkey, this is a great food to feed your pup when the weather starts to drop below freezing!
Joslin Lee is the graphic designer and content writer/editor for The Simple Food Project. She's got two dogs (Dr. Astronaut and Bevers), a ferret (Space Weasel 5000) and a goldfish (Sea Bean). Lately, she's been staying busy cookin' up the cutest little baby (coming Feb 2018).
The Simple Food Project
1823 Executive Drive
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
We will be closed Mon, Dec 24th & Tue, Dec 25th. The dogs have stockings to nose through and we have last-minute presents to wrap. Dismiss