Food is still an issue for Pepper. She says she’s hungry, you give her food and she just sits down and looks at it, getting thinner as I watch.
So these past few days, I have given up on prepared dog food and cooked up rice, carrot, chicken with a poached egg. This she loves mostly because Monster loves it too!
They eat together and happily swap bowls. You have no idea the sigh of relief I breathed when I saw this is obviously the way forward. After 15 months of BeAnne saying no to everything, I know all the tricks of this particular trade. Monster is a very useful as well. He has taken on his supervisory role in exchange for freshly prepared home-cooked food.
So to town I went with a long shopping list.
It was a grey and windy morning. No one was around so I pottered about.
I dropped in on my little Lerwick “field” which was looking a bit sparse.
So I gave the Sheeple some more friends and will keep on making them as they seem to be selling well.
I went to my Bank and was greeted by a lovely daffodil!
Possibly not what I was expecting but I had to buy nearly all of the chocolate gooey treats for those left at home. Pepper-sitting, after all, is exhausting.
On to the Bookshop and there were the girls!
So a pleasant morning away spent buying all the food Monster and Pepper would like. Whatever it takes is my motto. I hate it when my animals say no, thank you to food. It makes me worry, especially a growing little puppy.