Little Child was my birthday gift from Markus my first summer in Dallas, and she's been my city sidekick ever since. While this year has been a huge change for Markus and I, I sometimes think no one has had to endure more surprises and additions to the family than our fur child. Before Heidi came, I read quite a bit about ways to calmly introduce the coming baby to your pup. Turns out, our whirlwind adoption didn't allow for much prep time for any of us, but we've done some things for Little Child along the way to try to make her continue to feel like a special part of the family. One of that is keeping up with the quality of dog food that she has known since being our pet.
Thankfully, as we have taken on more baby expenses, we've been able to find the same quality of pet food for a new, great price with Purina Beyond food. Like the higher priced brands we used before, this food starts with natural ingredients, with real meat, fish or poultry as the first ingredient, not a filler. There's no poultry or by-product meal and no corn, wheat or soy ingredients. Even better, Purina Beyond is available at the HEB stores in our area so I can scratch special trips to the pet store for food off of my list.
Little Child has continued to be a wonderful companion to me through welcoming Heidi - and our three new chickens! - sleeping snuggly next to me each night and enjoying some nap time with Markus too. As we take on more in life and grow as a family, I never want to slack on the care for her that I originally set out to provide. Life just wouldn't be as cuddly or loving without a happy Little Child in the picture. :o)
|Markus, Heidi and LC snoozing into day three as a new family.|
|Personal fitness coach to chickens Layla, Stella and Cecilia|
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