It’s delivery day! It’s our box of food from Honey’s – and our house guests, namely Charlie and Jaffa
– greeted the box of Honey’s with great curiosity … Charlie was really keen to open it He is so determined and strong – he could pull the box along … All the way into the next room Actually not, Charlie, the truth is, it may smell good but the rolls of our yummy meaty food are safely put away in the freezer.And the answer is – yes, we have to share our Honey’s.But there’s enough to go around.
May’s comment: Our monthly delivery of Honey’s Real Dog Food – always a moment of excitement. Love the food, love the service. So glad that three years ago when I was telling everyone who wanted to hear about Darcy’s terrible poos, that I learnt about feeding raw. No, I said, Yuck! Smelly! Not convenient as we travel too often.
A good friend then started to feed her dog raw and she told me about Honey’s. And I heard it being recommended again and again – whenever we talked about runny poos, upset stomachs. So I finally thought that when Darcy celebrated her second birthday, that I should give it a try. And we haven’t turned back since.
Darcy lost her chubbiness, her hair became healthier, no more smelly breaths and most importantly – no more smelly wind especially when we’re in bed! And of course no more runny tummies and vet bills every few weeks.
Raw is not for everyone and there are a few other brands out there. I started with Honey’s but was open to trying the other tubs of food – which seems so much easier to pack for travels. So I asked the others what is the difference between them and Honeys’ and they offered me the info that Honey’s is organic and they’re not.
As long as they’re on raw – it’s a start to healthier feeding.
Some others I know make the food themselves. I don’t have the patience. Squeezing our bloody raw meats is as far as I can go for now. 🙂