Disclaimer: In exchange for this review, I was given a sample of Dog Rocks. All opinions, as always, are 100% my own.
This summer we’ve put a focus on really making our backyard be an oasis. There’s just one thing holding that back, the darn dogs. If it’s not them digging holes in the yard, it’s putting urine burn patches on the grass. Enter Dog Rocks to the rescue!
I still haven’t put my finger on whether our (newer) dog, Shadow, is embarrassed to eat in public or if she’s just a picky eater. She’ll sometimes munch on a few bites of her food and then leave the room. Usually during this time, Rowdy decides he’s going to sneak in and take her serving.
This is our new “dog”ther, Shadow. She’s a bit shy, so you have to pardon the snaps we’ve been able to take of her. Shadow comes to us from one of my work friends who found her as a stray last year. She is about a year and a half old and part boxer (we’re not sure exactly what her other half is).
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