Discussing Questions And Answers About Homemade Dog Food For Small Dogs

Donna asks…

Which of these sounds the most appealing lifestyle to you?

A. LOCATION

1. A flat or spacious in manhatten, greenich village or chelsea or lower east side, in the heart of NY state.

2. An island wooden cabin on one of the palm islands of the Florida Keys, remote but peaceful and coral reefs surrounding.

3. A villa in Santa Monica or Malibu with a swimming pool

4. A cosy cottage in France with window shutters in a village with much community feel.

5. An Italian farm house in the Tuscan hills or near to the lakes, largely self sufficient with vegetables and farm animals.

6. A manor house in the English countryside with a proper english garden.

7. An upmarket terraced house in Kensington, London.

8. A swiss chalet on a mountainside.

B. FOOD

1. Raw foodism, you will only eat raw unprocessed wholefoods that are prepared using just a blendor or dehydrator, no cooking.

2. You are big with the organic and wholefood movement, you wouldn’t eat for instance, white bread with processed strawberry jam, instead you’re preference would be the locally made wholegrain bread with homemade or local preserve.

3. You only eat what you produce, or what local small companies or farms sell, whether buying from farmer’s markets or from neighbours.

4. You’re not in the least bit fussy about food, you eat more or less anything. You eat to fill a hole.

5. You have expensive taste, and only buy the finest for everything.

6. You’re mission when grocery shopping is to save money.

7. You really eat junk, you may love food, but bad food, ie. processed cookies, doughnuts, fizzy drinks, sweets, hot dogs, you name it.

8. You’re a vegetarian or vegan for moral ?OR/AND? health reasons.

9. You eat with the trends. They say sushi’s popular? You eat sushi. Are cupcakes in? Time to eat cupcakes. New cocktail out? You’ll sip it. Goats cheese is all the blast. You’ll have your hands on it.

10. You’re taste isn’t to local. You dislike your national dishes and prefer to experiment and try foods from around the globe.

Jimmy answers:

Location:
1. A flat or spacious in manhatten, greenich village or chelsea or lower east side, in the heart of NY state. (NYC is amazing. Like London is. London > NYC but they are still cool.)
7. An upmarket terraced house in Kensington, London. (this is what i’m aiming for, in the future. If not Kensington, then Chelsea.)

food:
2. You are big with the organic and wholefood movement, you wouldn’t eat for instance, white bread with processed strawberry jam, instead you’re preference would be the locally made wholegrain bread with homemade or local preserve. (white bread is nasty. And processed foods are bad for you)

5. You have expensive taste, and only buy the finest for everything. (if i was rich then i’d def do that)

10. You’re taste isn’t to local. You dislike your national dishes and prefer to experiment and try foods from around the globe. (i’d like the dishes in NYC and London though. But i like trying different foods from anywhere, too)

Robert asks…

REJECTED GERBILS? HELP PLEASE?

Gerbil Help Please! Rejected!?
So my brothers had two female gerbils for over a year and i had no idea how they were getting treated. They got food, water and cleaned out but no playing with or training. Ive took them into my room now and our looking after them but they arnt well behaved my questions are:
-How can i stop them biting?
-How can i get them to come to me when theyre in there cage?
-Homemade toys or treats they’d like?

Is there any health conditions gerbils get? I should know about.
Before you say I’m a bad owner-Im not. I have a dog and a small animal already so taking the gerbils on has been kinda hard. Ive got theyre food, cleaning routine and i play with them alot and have bought them a wheel and a house. But i want them to be happy because my brother rejected them and they havnt got much longer to live

Jimmy answers:

They love liberty balls you know the little balls you put in the floor so they can run around.Just keep them away from stairs & dont leave them in there for long periods of time because they can overheat & they have no access to water.Gerbils just seem 2 get 2 a point in their lives where they start biting.I dont know why but they do.They are just biters so there isnt much you can do there.

James asks…

Gerbil Help Please! Rejected!?

So my brothers had two female gerbils for over a year and i had no idea how they were getting treated. They got food, water and cleaned out but no playing with or training. Ive took them into my room now and our looking after them but they arnt well behaved my questions are:
-How can i stop them biting?
-How can i get them to come to me when theyre in there cage?
-Homemade toys or treats they’d like?

Is there any health conditions gerbils get? I should know about.
Before you say I’m a bad owner-Im not. I have a dog and a small animal already so taking the gerbils on has been kinda hard. Ive got theyre food, cleaning routine and i play with them alot and have bought them a wheel and a house. But i want them to be happy because my brother rejected them and they havnt got much longer to live.

Jimmy answers:

Get a teething block and feed them apples, carrots, and celery, let them run around in a closed area

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