Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Three Paws and Two Ears

MICAH:  *peering through the screen door*  Hey, what are you guys doing out there?

MERCI:  Oh, Jan has some new food she wants us to try.

PERCY:  Can we have some?

MARCUS:  No way!  You cats have your own food.  Stay out of ours.


SAM:  How long does it take Jan to turn on the camera?  We're going to die of starvation while she looks for the Funny Farmer Portrait Setting on it.

MARCUS:  While we're waiting, we can tell you what it is we're waiting to taste.  It's the new Solid Gold Hund-N-Flocken Lamb, brown rice and barley dog food.

BUDDY:  It's holistic.  Holistic means it's supposed to be good for the whole system, both mind and body.  It's too late to save Marcus' mind but perhaps this food can help his body.  Maybe shorten his ears a little?

SAM:  Our usual diet is kibble or kibble mixed with some canned food, so Jan introduced the new food by splitting a can between us.  Well, not a can.  The contents.  The canned is on top of the dry food.  Look at those orange carrot pieces.

BUDDY:  Wait, let me check the label.  It contains vitamins and minerals, plus lamb, lamb liver, ground brown rice, barley, oatmeal, alfalfa meal, flaxseed meal ....  and, yep, carrots.  You can read the list of ingredients for each Solid Gold flavor.

MERCI:  This food is made in the US without corn, wheat or soy (common allergens) and also without fillers, by-products, artificial coloring, flavoring or preservatives.  It should be a nutritionally complete and balanced meal for dogs of any size.
 
MARCUS:  The others had to eat out on the back steps for the photos, but I had a private dining room.

SAM:  Yes, you did.  When we first tasted the Solid Gold you were temporarily being fed in your crate because you were so food aggressive you didn't want to share the kitchen with the rest of us. 

MARCUS:  I've been paroled and Jan says my manners have greatly improved.  But I sure miss my private dining room. 

BUDDY:  *mumble, mumble, yes, but...so we're all agreed*  Okay, we canines voted and we all voted to give this new Solid Gold Hund-N-Flocken food a paw's up, so this food is four paw.  If we find it improves Marcus' mind, we'll revise that to three paws and Marcus' two ears.

We were not paid to review the Solid Gold food.  Chewy.com did provide us with the cans to taste test.  Any opinions expressed are entirely our own!

Note:  There is no Blogville interview today.  We were waiting on Puddles' answers but she just lost her fur sissy Whitney, hers will be delayed for some time.. 

21 comments:

  1. That food looks delicious guys!! We love Solid Gold's cinnamon cookies, we bet their food is delish!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  2. Yum-Yum!!

    Great review and I think i need to beg growlmy fur some of that:))

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  3. Solid Gold has some great products. We get a little bit of canned food with our dinner kibble. Mom thinks Phantom would really have loved to try this one - he always got way more canned food to try to put some wight on him. We think this lamb recipe must be very tasty. Thanks for sharing.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  4. I don't have a dog, but I will forward this post to my dog owning friends.

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  5. It's always fun to try new yummy stuff!

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  7. OK we messed up! So glad you all enjoyed your delicious noms and we are sending special purrs to remember Angel Cotton.

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  8. We just checked your RAINBOW BRIDGE page and saw that June 6th was Cotton's angelversary, but the CB has it listed as today. WE are sorry for the confusion in our post.

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    1. You are very observant, Angels Abby & Grace. Cotton died on June 6, 2012. If she were still alive, today is the day she would have turned 16. Thank you for caring!

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  9. That looks very yummy. We have a coupon for Solid Gold....

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  10. Purrs of remembrance for Cotton. Thanks for your kind condolences for Radish. Memorial post tomorrow.

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  11. We think that foodable stuffs sounds super and are glad that you like it...
    BUTT...... we are really disappointed in this.... beclaws when we saw HOLEistic... we thought eating that stuffs would make us BETTER ... HOLE DIGGERS... DARN.

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  12. I have my own private dining room also, I eat out on the porch while my sibs eat in the kitchen, mom says because of where I came from I have ONE bad habit. stella rose

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  13. Glad y'all liked it. Weez not twied da Solid Gold, but have heard lots of good fings 'bout it.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  14. Oh boy!!! Nom noms!!!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  15. Sounds really good and healthy - and should keep you all looking handsome!

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  16. Yum, yum, looks delicious!!!!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  17. Oh my, I keep visiting blogs that keep showing foto's of yummy noms and food... and here's more fabulous foto's... I think it's time fur lunch!!!! MOL

    Purrs

    Basil xox

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  18. It certainly looks like that food is a big hit with you, gang! Marcus, we think NOT having a private dining room is a good thing. :)

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  19. My goodness, there is no mistaking that you like that new food! Private dining room? NICE!

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  20. Kisses to u for u birfdee!

    Luv,
    Angel Keisha and Murphy the Poodle

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