There are two words we're not allowed to say in our home: breakfast and dinner.
The mere mention of these events brings out the stallion-dancing, twirling, and crazy eyes.
The pups awaken with excitement to have breakfast as their first meal of the day, and during the week they are fed "dinner" by their dogwalker when they go on their walk.
So maybe it's really more of a lunch.
Though on weekends, often a mere hour after eating, the pups start hinting that it is time for dinner.
The follow us around the house. Staring. Peeking around corners. Leaping in excitement if we seem to be heading in the direction of the kitchen.
Sometimes we feed them dinner just to make them leave us alone.
Which I guess would be considered brunch.
Though sometimes the pooches forget that they ate so early, and around their really dinner-time they start doing all the stalking all over again. Which can be quite unnerving when your dog looks like this:
But when we really thought about it, I'm not sure why we even separated their food into two meals anyway. Maybe we could just feed them everything at breakfast and eliminate all the madness.
I guess it might be easier during the work-week since we can't take them out to go to the bathroom as often and dividing the meals works better with our walking schedule.
So of course we're curious....
Does your dog eat breakfast and dinner? Or do you just serve one meal? Or does anyone get fancy with a brunch?
Now you can see why this changed our lives.
And you know why this was the best day of Miss M's life.
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