I’m pro-healthy dogs, but I have some serious doubts about whether this is how to achieve it:
Yep, that’s right: Bottled vitamin water for dogs.
It comes in peanut butter, spearmint, lemmongrass, and parsley. For some strange reason, each flavor has a different mix of vitamins, so if your dog doesn’t like the taste of parsley it can kiss healthy skin goodbye.
I’m not a dog owner, but it seems to me that dogs will eat or drink just about anything, so I don’t understand the benefits of flavoring the water. And do we really need our dogs contributing even more bottled waters to our landfills?
In Michael Pollan’s book, In Defense of Food, he suggests that we should be wary of eating foods our grandmas wouldn’t recognize. I have a feeling that the same rule should apply to dog’s and their grandmas.