Fed on 6/29, Friday.
First up, big bird! This is turkey with slippery elm and turmeric. Slippery elm because of the occasional softer poops, and turmeric because it’s good for everything. I’m 67% sure that the soft poops are from the heat, but I still have to submit a poop test to find out if there are bad bugs in the belly. Dinner is chicken with some soaked barley. I’m trying to slowly put weight back on MP and my friend . . .
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Fed on 6/27, Wednesday.
Fishy berries are the best! MP is getting some wild salmon with wild blueberries for breakfast. It’s so very wild that I’m throwing in a soft boiled egg in shell! Dinner is also kind of wild (new word, please). It’s a very meaty carcass of a big turkey. I left plenty of meat on it so that the bone is plenty covered. This is just the back and some rib cage type stuff. No legs. . . .
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Fed on 6/19, Tuesday.
Egg face Hard to see, but there is a medium brown dog face in the left top corner. This looks funny She’s getting a kefired egg in the bowl, but she had a turkey neck, too. I think this picture is grody-hilarious. Dinner is beef and sweet potato. Apple cider vinegar, too. Yay, yummies!
Today’s dog food:
beef apple cider vinegar turkey neck veggie mix sweet potatoes strained kefir banana kefired oatmeal eggs . . .
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Fed on 5/31, Thursday.
Miss Little Pancakes is getting a two-course breakfast. First, the meat. Breakfast hurry Then, the brown & wild rice pilaf with black beans and green mush. Side dish veggiesI like to give her “chasers” after any kind of RMBs, even though this one was just a chicken breast with very little bone. Waiting for second course Dinner is a nice little stinky bowl of fish. I put some blueberries in there for some extra manganese, which turned the green . . .
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Fed on 5/24, Thursday.
Cutie Nice cold red meat for a hot morning! She ate this in like one big bite. Nggggt! Meat mound Here’s a nice big turkey neckalso known as the edible tooth brush. I like these because they’re meaty and bones are soft and doesn’t turn into stabby shards. She actually ate some thigh meat as well, but my hands were all slimy after the neck! Turkey parts
Today’s dog food:
beef wild blueberries turkey thigh turkey neck veggie mix . . .
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Fed on 5/23, Wednesday.
Gonna eat yew Another turkey club for breakfast. Don’t get bonked! Just like yesterday, no bone crunching—I just hold the ends and spin it as she pulls off the meat. It’s good team work! Beef and veggies After a few days of lighter meals, we’re ready for some red meat dinner. Rawr! It’s a baby portion, but MP got lots of snacks today. Gimme meat
Today’s dog food:
kefir turkey leg beef apple cider . . .
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Fed on 5/22, Tuesday.
Hit you on the head turkey club It’s a turkey club for breakfast! Bonk! (I always want to bonk someone’s head with these things every time I hold one.) Eating like a dawg It took a good few days to thaw this guy out. I’m glad it’s finally ready to go into the MP belly. No bones from these (too shardy), so I’m holding the leg à la rotisserie style as she tears off the meat. Do not attempt with overly . . .
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Fed on 5/4. Bloody turkey thigh on the patio, morel hunting in the woods, beef and yard weed purée for dinner. . . .
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