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Jackets are optional

Posted by laurie on October 29, 2010

When the evening walk occurs before dinner, there is simply NO time to get undressed before eating. Sherman is still looking a bit thin, so he’s getting a little extra for every meal. The other three of us are quite jealous. Happy Halloween everyone. Keep the chocolate away from the dogs!

8 Responses to “Jackets are optional”

  1. Luana, Cody, and Henry said

    You must have to keep a close eye on the boys as they eat to be sure Stanley doesn’t grab the extra food that Sherman gets. It must be tempting for Stan if Shermie doesn’t eat all his meal right away!

  2. K. Spivey said

    I wish I could my 3 dogs all together. I have to feed them in different rooms to keep the peace.

  3. Steve said

    I also feed my four beagles seperately to ensure proper portion control. It also prevents squabbles over food bowls etc.

  4. ChristyACB said

    Glad I only have 2. I can feed them right next to each other. They are both such devoted chowhounds I can hear the snorting as they inhale their food.

    Best 20 seconds of the day for them…10 seconds per meal.

    They don’t even get a chance to argue about food since it’s gone so fast. πŸ˜‰

    • SUE, Barney & Jodi's Mom said

      Sounds like my house πŸ™‚ They love their vittles.

    • Susan in DE said

      Yeah, pretty much the same story here, Josie and Jordan eat together out of a double dish raised feeder and there are no issues. Every meal is like a pie eating contest at the state fair. And while Jordan is pretty quick, Josie is the world champion (I swear if I’d known her personality when we got her, I would have named her Audrey after the plant in “Little Shop of Horrors” instead of Josie).

  5. Kate Meddaugh said

    We’re fortunate also with only the 2. Gandolf (Beagle/Shepherd) eats his within 20 seconds. Kramer, my cancer survivor, takes about 5 minutes. It’s hard for him, as he’s missing some of his lower jaw, but we do have to keep an eye on him as Gandolf tries to sneak in and clean his bowl. πŸ™‚

  6. Maureen said

    My two are easy to feed as well…Jake hasn’t met a kibble he didn’t like. I do have to watch “princess” AKA Lily…some days she is unhappy with the kibble provided and she decides to go on a hunger strike. That lasts just long enough for Jake to walk around the living room and then back to Lily’s dish to “help” get her started eating her breakfast/dinner. They do well with treats and raw hides, they are good sharers.

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