No more kibble!

Kelsey was adorable. She loved to SMILE! She had bad teeth and bad breath, her eyes had cateracts, and she suffered from constant itchy skin. During her life, Kelsey ate whatever mini kibble had the best advertising, but after 2 surgeries for bladder stones we changed her to Science Diet CD and she got fat. In September 2008 Kelsey suddenly began having violent seizures. Her decline was so fast, we put Kelsey to sleep less than two weeks later on her 13th birthday. The vet told us that Kelsey suffered from many maladies that probably stemmed from eating processed dog kibble. If I had only known that changing her diet could have changed her life!

Welcome to our new yorkie Juliet! Welcome Raw Meaty Bones Diet!
To learn about this style of pet feeding, go to the very first entry and work your way up.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Tackling the Pigskin


  1. Juliet, oh my dear sweet Juliet. You are adorable with your Pigskin. I'm glad you were able to find a football themed toy to show off, that was not too big to pickup. Happy tails!

    Stay tuned throughout the afternoon as the show will continue with all the pictures that have been submitted to my email. I'll be posting them on my Facebook page at and on my blogs for all to see: AND

  2. Hi Y'all,

    The Humans took me to warm up and I'm ready to play!

    Y'all come by now!

    Hawk aka BrownDog

  3. Gotta love a pint-sized carnivore. You go Juliet! Way to show the pigskin who's in charge.

    Cynthia & Taffy

  4. Stopping by to give a paw bump and a tail wag!

    Doreen, Kiko, Millie and Riley
    Doggies and Stuff blog

  5. Talk about your eyes being bigger than you stomach. But I don't know, she could have it in her to take it all down ...

    You know, I should've been watching Juliet vs. the Pig Skin today!

    Hope you all had a great Super Dog Sunday!
    -Chandra at Daley's Dog Years

  6. Wow, you took that pigskin thing seriously, huh!

    I hope it was good.

    Nubbin wiggles,