I am an ambassador for Petcurean pet food. I agreed to do so because as you’ll see in the post, both my veterinarian and a pet nutritionist friend both agree that it’s a great food. I received compensation and have spent some of it to buy Petcurean food for Clem.
It’s almost like Clem went from puppy to old overnight.
- he still wants to play
- he still goes for walks
- he still plays what we call bullie-ball (see video above)
- he still does MOST of what he always did
The veterinary visits cost more (I can’t figure out why a yearly visit almost doubles when they become seniors), and like Mr. S and I, he’s on medications to control varying medical issues that have come with being elderly. He still hucklebutts around the house (if you’ve never seen a bull-terrier hucklebutt, simple search bull-terrier hucklebutt on youtube), although instead of doing it every week, it’s become a monthly occurrence. His eyes have become clouded from occular endothelial dystrophy, and even with his drops, he doesn’t see like he used to.
Then why is it that each time we go to the vet, Dr. Eric praises how well he’s doing?
One LOOK at Clem and you can’t tell whether he’s three years old or ten. His coat is shiny, and although there are a few grays beginning to sprout around his muzzle, he’s almost always got that bullie look of joy. He enjoys every meal and treat that he’s given with gusto, and unless I insist on turning back home, he’d be out walking and playing with his doggie friends all day.
Having had dogs all of my life
I’ve learned, that just like people, that good food and plenty of exercise are the keys to good health. I’m lucky that my best friend is a pet nutritionist, and I get read the riot act if I buy the equivalent of fast food for dogs, so when Ava gave me the Petcurean nod (she thinks that it’s one of the BEST dry dog food’s on the market today), I knew.
Dr. Eric ALWAYS asks me what I’m feeding Clem. As a matter of fact, if he didn’t like what I was feeding him, he’d tell me. You see, Dr. Eric breeds and shows bull-terriers like Clem, and he knows all of the ins and outs of the breed. Because of their compact, muscular bodies, they have a tendency to gain weight easily. So, when Dr. Eric gives me the thumbs up for Now Fresh, grain free senior food from Petcurean, I know that I’m giving him a food with optimal nutrition.
I know that Clem is healthy because
- He gets plenty of exercise
- We play with him daily
- We give him LOTS of love and affection
- He gets lots of meat proteins in his Petcurean food
Now if Petcurean only made a great food for Mr. & I, we’d be ALL set.
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