A clarification: putting #foodfirst doesn’t mean no more fun stuff.
Just a reordering of priorities.
I’m a #dogmum first and foremost. So I’ve definitely ordered a small stash of trusted treats for Vin’s upcoming birthday. And both boys have a winter hoodie en route.
But for me, food remains the only thing my dogs need AND enjoy AND that my money can buy.
You see, they need me to pay for occasional vet visits, but let’s face it, they don’t enjoy them so much…
They literally dance for treats, but they’re called treats for a reason, and aren’t designed to make their daily diet complete.
And we all LOVE walking and fetch and cuddles, and arguably need them to thrive, but even on time-poor days, I can make a hug happen for free.
So, while I of course want my fur-kids to have all-of-the-things, I will always put the fresh, human-grade food they love first.
Because you cannot buy wellness and longevity. But we can all start choosing them now - with the bowls we put down every morning and every night.
How about starting right now with our #foodfirst offer? Be well, pups! x
PLEASE NOTE: our May #foodfirst offer has now ended, but you can sign up to our enewsflash at the bottom of any page of our website to access our $14 first order discount at any time.
suburban pup convenience (& wellness & longevity) exists because humans are busy & dogs are awesome, right?
But a recent instapost from @mindspot_clinic got me thinking about what elements of our current, simpler lives we might maintain post-pandemic.