Whaaaaaaaat? Yep. It’s me.
And this guy. (He’s not as bored as he looks in that photo right now because he’s chewing on a raw bone.)
Teton just got a special delivery from his pals over at Chewy.com – a brush. Ok, so maybe he’s not as excited about it as I am (he doesn’t love being brushed) but once I’ve used it I’ll write up a full review in case any of you are in the market for a new brush for your pooch.
This post is entitled “Life Lately” but I don’t have many photos to share because I’ve been a real turd about taking pictures lately. Life has been busy lately (hence the lack of blog posts) but I have a lot to write about in regard to Teton’s diet. We have added a supplement to Teton’s diet, changed his food, and introduced raw bones as a meal alternative two times a week. Sounds chaotic…and it was at first. But, all is fab now and Teton is looking great and seems happy as a clam. (I’ll write more specifics soon!)
Today I wanted to share an infographic that I found about animal CPR. I recently took my CPR + First Aid training and asked the instructor about performing CPR on a dog. It’s invaluable to know how to perform CPR on an adult or child but I wanted to know how to perform it on an animal should I ever need to, as well!
Hopefully you’ll never have to perform CPR on a pet but look this infographic over and keep it handy in case of emergency. And look for CPR + First Aid classes in your community or through your work. Everyone should now how to perform CPR!