It’s 32 pounds. Sherbert eats one cup two times a day.
Sherbert started eating it after having repeated ear infections and skin issues.
And it worked. We haven’t had an ear infection in years.
In fact we had so few problems that we thought we’d try a less expensive, but similar, food, one found at pet stores that are open normal store hours. And for awhile, no issues.
But then last winter all hell broke loose with Sherbert’s skin. We eventually treated her for a type of mange, after rounds of failed steroids, but we also went slinking back to the vet’s food and we can’t say, definitively, that the food wasn’t the solution.
But there’s still that doubt that we need to pay so much for dog food.
Recently, I Twittered about going off to buy said food and @BaronVonZorcula (best Twitter handle ever!) wrote back that he made his bulldog Norton’s own food.
Here’s the short version [full recipe coming soon]:
“ground up chicken w/bones, kale and potatoes. Sometimes add carrots and green beans. Saves money and is v good for them.”
This impresses me to no end and I’m curious what others are feeding their bulldogs?
Let us know in the comments below! Thanks!