Wednesday, September 11, 2013

It's Turkey Time ... at least in this house it is!!

 It just so happened I saw a fresh whole turkey at
the supermarket several days ago.  Since I knew
the westies would be mad if I didn't buy
it {they adore turkey} ... Wilson put on his chef's hat
and we had a little pre-Thanksgiving
dinner ... just us and the westies.
 Julep & Derby didn't leave Wilson's side
while he was carving the bird.
  Feed me ... Feed me ... Feed me
Notice Julep is in the front position 
and poor little Derby is in the second spot.
Julep can be a little food aggressive or
maybe just plain bossy when it comes
to food and her space.  All in all
we had a nice little dinner.
so now we're . . . .
counting down the days until
it's official turkey day.


  1. a practice run for turkey day, what a great idea :) I can smell it from here and now I'm hungry for turkey and all the fixings

  2. Wow a turkey trial run. How yummy is that? We alas have to wait for Turkey Day. Have a tremendous Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

  3. That sounds great - now I have to buy a turkey!

  4. Hi Katie,
    I hope you will be reading this comment. After you wrote about K9 Kraving and showed a picture of the supplements that you give your babies, I went web looking. I finally found a man who sells K9 Kravings. He is over an hour drive from us. We will buy enough for two months at a time, cut on driving so far. Since this is raw, does this mean you feed it to them that way? I don't know any one who feeds their dog food like this. I am thinking you don't cook it, is that right?

    Would you please write me and tell me how you use each supplement each day. I have looked everything up on Amazon and ready to order. Just need to know how to use them for each meal. This would be most helpful.

    One other question. What do you use for fleas,ticks and Heartworms?

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    Thank you,