Currently there is only one question anyone has asked more than once. So here you go!
I find this blog absolutely adorable, but I do hope that you are not ACTUALLY promoting people to feed their animals pasta. It is SO bad for them.
I didn’t consider this (my bad, I’m very sorry), so here’s my food post:
Honestly I just think dogs make stupid faces when they’re snapping for noodles, that was the inspiration for making this blog. Hopefully all dogs eating pasta enthusiasts feed their dogs a good dry dog food already and use noodles as a ‘one or two’ treat for goofy pictures.
Protip, these are some brands to look for when trying to find a food for your dog. Remember to transition slowly if you are changing foods and consult your vet before changing for any reason (allergies/refusal to eat). To transition once a vet has given the ok, decrease the amount of old food and increase the amount of new food in a mix over a week until the dog is eating only new food.
Foods with no corn, by-products, or filler: Wellness, Solid Gold, Pinnacle, Organix, Nature’s Variety, Natural Balance, Innova, Instinct, Eathborn, Castor and Pollux, California Naturals, By Nature, Applaws.
Foods with corn/filler in low amounts: Eukanuba, Iams, Nature’s Recipe, Nutro, Royal Canin, Science Diet-Nature’s Best, Purina Pro Plan- Pro Plan Selects, Wysong.
Mostly wheat, corn, and filler, brands to avoid: Alpo, Beneful, Ceasar, Gravy Train, Kibbles and Bits, Nutrish, Mighty Dog, Pedigree, Purina Dog Chow, Purina ONE.
Please feed your pet responsibly, dogs eating pasta enthusiasts, and if you’d like to submit but worry about the nutritional impact on your dog, please consider doodling a dog eating pasta instead.