THE KINGS’ PACK…
(Samantha, in the picture, is no longer with us. She passed in 2016 at 15 years old)
(My Dogs Are All Rescue. Rescue Dogs Make Wonderful Dogs)
Zachary and Remus. Zachary chilling, and Remus guarding.
ZACHARY 12, (Akita/Swiss Mountain Dog)
REMUS 3, (Great Dane/Boxer) He looks like a Mastiff.
ROMM 3, (Boxer/Great Dane) He looks like a Boxer.
(The last two are brothers and my babies at 109 lbs. and 125 lbs.)
I just had my two big boys to the veterinarian and the conclusion is, they are both overweight, Rom by 9 lbs. and Remus by 25 lbs. I can’t seem to get my husband to lighten up on the food.
Zachary is chewing a bone.
All looked good, no worms of any kind! I give my dogs walnuts each month, based upon their weight. Zachary is 70 lbs., so, he gets half a handful of whole walnuts or a handful of walnut pieces. He is getting older as he is going on 13 which is almost the end of his life span. He will more-than-likely be the next one to pass; and, I am not looking forward to the experience.
Remus is chewing a bone.
Remus is 125 lbs., so, he gets 11/2 handfuls of whole walnuts or two handfuls of walnut pieces. Rom is 109 lbs., so, he gets a handful of whole walnuts or a handful and a half of walnut pieces.
They have never had heart worms or worms of any kind since I have had them on walnuts. Walnuts, being a natural product, have arsenic and that is the main ingredient in heart worm medication.
A Veterinarian Assistant told me about walnuts and their benefits for dogs. I was glad my dogs are in excellent health and no problems were found. I have found rescue dogs are free of many health problems that blue bloods tend to have.
“Life Is Good”