Back to the Grind!

photoHello People!

Well I survived another week and we are all getting back into the groove of life.  I am missing my vacation, but enjoying all my kitchen time with the parentals as they are working on food and recipes.  I can tell the holidays are in the air because I smell all the good spices.

As always, I am ready for a snack.  Dad was trying a new recipe today for a Thanksgiving blog and I got a treat…you see an egg rolled on to the ground and I was there right away.  Of course my new nickname is Rocky Balboa and I have no idea what that is about.

photo-2Any who, Mom spoke again last week for LA Best Babies on Motivational Interviewing and Dad was finishing up pictures for our gluten free cookie book.  I just like to hang out, and when I think Dad needs a break I start barking to look for PITA and that just makes him crazy.  Let’s just say it gets his attention.

OK, I am tired and need to get going to eat my cooling diet…yep due to my poor immune system I get raw turkey, broccoli and my high in protein dog food called Nutrisca Salmon and Chickpea Recipe.  It sure does make me happy.

Peace!

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3 thoughts on “Back to the Grind!

  1. Hi Perry!

    Remind Dad you also like steamed carrots and squash, along with fresh apples off the tree and cantaloupe. We love and miss you——Grandma B

  2. Perry,

    I’m not a dietitian like your mom, but isn’t that a bit risky to be eating raw turkey? I can imagine raw meat sounds really good but what about all those nasty bacteria? I guess that is one way to strengthen your immune system but personally I would not eat raw turkey…but then again, I’m not a big fan of cooked turkey. Becky & Maggie love it when I share a little bit of cooked steak or chicken with them! One of their favorites is lettuce. Hopefully you don’t get sick eating your raw turkey.

    Uncle Pat

  3. Well, Uncle Pat – apparently you’ve missed the big LA fad since all dogs here are eating raw meat – I’m behind the trend since Mom kept me on kibble for so long but the vet strongly encouraged her to do a mix and it did help all the little bumps I was having – apparently stomach acids in dogs kill the bacteria so it’s not an issue – thanks for being concerned about me!

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