|Molly helping me pack up the kitchen|
Molly is a large component of this blog. For those of you who don’t know her, she’s my very cheeky pug who has imbued our entire house with pug everything and a liberal scattering of hairs which challenges our hoover daily and ensures we change the bag once a week.
Due to this I find that I always love being approached about anything doggie related because it gives me an excuse to take pictures of Molly for the blog. Recently I got asked by A well known Pet Insurance company if I wanted to try out Lily’s Kitchen Organic Dog food range, or rather if Molly wanted to. My initial response was an absolute yes; I find I get a bit worried about what she eats, granted once I saw her chewing a safety pin so she isn’t quite as worried as me. But I do worry about what she eats.
|Molly posing with her goodies|
Molly was trying out Lily’s Kitchen Proper Dog Food, Forget Me Nots and Breakfast Crunch. She’s a bit of a weirdo, even though I’ve caught her eating anything that falls from the kitchen counter including raw potato and a tissue she gets odd when someone changes her dinner. So initially when I started putting Proper Dog Food into her bowl she flat out refused to eat it. She sat miserably and glared at me beneath her eyelashes. I switched to Breakfast Crunch which has yoghurt, berries and turkey in it along with bananas, honey, oats and seeds. I mean seriously, how spoilt was this dog getting?
|The out takes, Molly got bored of posing...|
In all, a positive experience. It definitely made me feel more content knowing that she was getting really lovely food. I think the treats were the definite winner, we may have to buy her more Forget Me Nots but this time put them in a higher cupboard so she doesn’t finish the whole box in one sitting.