If you’re one of those people whose dog is like a family member to you, then you’ll understand where I’m coming from here. Our pure-bred Westie, Sugar, is just that.. a family member. She’s kindof the grandma of our bunch. She’s like a nosy old woman. She follows me around wherever I go. She stares and barks at strangers as they walk past outside. She cleans up after us (our floor is spotless). Yeah.. she’s pretty freakin’ awesome. And cute.
You know the Cesar iconic dog… that adorable little white pup you’ve see on the television commercials. Well guess what? That boy has nothin’ on my little Sugar gal. Isn’t she darling?
Okay.. if that wasn’t enough.. then check out this video. She’s somewhat insane and obsessed with bubble wrap and air-filled packing materials:
Our little Sugar had the opportunity to try Cesar Meaty Selects which is the perfect food for small dogs. Mama likes Cesar Meaty Selects because it comes in a resealable 10-ounce can and Sugar likes it because its bursting with tender meaty chunks. Meaty Selects can be served alone or as a delicious compliment to your favorite dry food for dogs, and because Sugar will swallow the can whole, we always have to mix it with her dry food. And don’t forget, when transitioning from one food to another, please remember to introduce the new food gradually so as not to upset your dogs stomach:
- For the first two days or so, your dogs meals should be about 75% old food and 25% new food. Mix the two foods together, dont keep them separated.
- If the first couple of days of the transition go smoothly, you can mix 50% of your dogs old food with 50% of the new food on days 3 and 4.
- On days 5 and 6, your dogs meals should be about 75% new food and only 25% of the old food.
- On day 7 let your dog enjoy 100% of new Cesar Meaty Selects so your dog can see why it is the best dog food!
Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in an ambassador program by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Cesar and received product samples and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.