Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Fudge's Words of Wisdom

Hi Everybody,
Have you noticed that your peeps tend to get all worked up over the silliest things? Last weekend Mom went into her office to play with taxis. She does this every year about this time.  Instead of paying ball outside with us, she spends all day in front of the computer surrounded by papers and instead of smiling and talking to us, she gets grumpy and says lots of bad words. Then at the end of the day Mom and Dad get together and go thru the papers and either get grumpier or sometimes they get happy.
 I don't know a lot about taxis but I know I like to ride. When Mom said she was going to do taxis I watched out the window but I didn't see a single car and she didn't leave the house, so what are these peeps talking about? Why get so worked up over a taxi?

Peeps should learn a few things from us dogs about relaxing and enjoying life. Take poop for instance.  Every dog enjoys the scent of fresh poop, either our own or that of another animal. We can spend a lot of time sniffing and taking in all the finer qualities of  a warm pile of poop. No two are the same, just like snowflakes.
But have you noticed how peeps react to fresh poop? They go nuts. When Mom or Dad get a whiff of fresh poop, we know what to expect. They line us up and do a butt check. Then someone is sure to wind up in the bathtub. What a waste!

The peeps use something called shampoo to destroy all our fine doggie fragrance that we've worked so hard to establish. Now think about shampoo. Sham means fake and poo means poo. Why on earth would you wash us with fake poo when we are perfectly able to make ourselves smell like real poo. It doesn't make any sense.
Then there's the issue with sticks.On a warm sunny day we all love to find a good thick stick and make mulch out of it. But when it's cold or rainy, we like to bring those sticks inside and chew in comfort on the carpet, in front of the TV.  The peeps are fine with us mulching outside in the grass, but they freak out when they see a fine pile of fresh mulch on the carpet. They yell and grab that big noisy dirt sucking machine and attack our handiwork. It just disappears. After all our hard work, it just disappears. How's that for gratitude?
Peeps need to chill and start thinking more like dogs. Accept others for the rich earthy doggie aroma that they possess naturally. Stop worrying about invisible taxis that don't even appear after hours at the computer. 
So, my advice for peeps is go roll in the yard, pee on a tree and find a good stick to chew. It will help your blood pressure and make you a nicer person to live with. Oh, and take more naps. If you aren't busy doing something important like eating, take a nap. You'll feel a whole lot better

Your pal, Fudge

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Crisis Averted

Hi Everybody,
Last week we had a very serious crisis situation here at our house. This situation could have had tragic consequences if someone didn't step in quickly and correct the problem. I was really nervous. Let me explain.
As you all know I have a certain fondness for sprinkles. I like them on cookies......
and cupcakes.....
and even my birthday pie was generously covered with sprinkles.

But last week it came to my attention that our sprinkle bottle was getting perilously close to empty. There were only enough sprinkles left to cover one party. This was a truly frightening thought and I couldn't relax just thinking about it.
Then over the weekend Mom and Dad went shopping. They bought lots of goodies like green beans for my dinner and yogurt for my bedtime snack. While they were strolling thru the store Dad saw the display of sprinkles and commented that our supply was running low.

So guess what they brought home.
They bought a big supply of sprinkles of all colors and sizes and shapes.
 Crisis averted! We have plenty of sprinkles now which means we can have even more parties. Hey, I think that calls for a party!

Your pal, Fudge

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Mom's Little Trick #Chewy Influencer

Hi Everybody,
We're a day late with our Chewy review and it's all Mom's fault. We did our taste testing but Mom wasn't able to write about it because she got sick. Last week when she went to the doctor, he told her that she had an ulcer and he gave her some medicine to make her feel better. Well, that didn't work out so well because she had a really bad reaction to the medicine and she got dizzy and couldn't walk without hanging onto the walls and furniture and stuff. She said she was too dizzy to sit at the computer so we're late. See, it's all her fault.
Today she said we could post because she's feeling a little better, so here's what we ate. It's Zignature Kangaroo Formula kibble. 
Once before, last year, we tried Zignature Kangaroo wet food and it was so wonderful. We loved it and Dr B told Mom that it was really good for us. Kangaroo meat is very low fat so all of us could eat it, even the ones with weight issues.
 This time Chewy offered us the chance to try the kibble version and we were excited about it. Usually when we test a kibble, Mom selects one or two of us to try it because a sample bag of kibble doesn't go far with our big pack but this time we all wanted to have some so Mom thought she'd play a trick on us.
  Instead of putting a wet food or a sauce or homemade food on our regular kibble as a topper, she put a scoop of the Zignature kibble on top of our regular kibble and called it a topper. She expected us to sniff it and look at her for an explanation but we fooled her. We all dug right in because this food is delicious either wet or dry.
 We love Zignature Kangaroo formula and we'll take it as a meal or a topper or a treat. Tell your peeps to order some for you and you'll understand.

Chewy sent us this bag of Zignature Kangaroo Formula kibble at no cost to Mom and Dad in exchange for our honest review. Honestly, we love this stuff.

Your pal, Fudge