This may seem like an out of character post because I don’t usually share my personal biznatch on this blog. But since I think it may be of interest to many of you, I am going to.
Pugsley and I each have our own gastrointestinal issues that the staff keeps a close watch on. I often get, shall we say, stopped up, which at times has required vet intervention which I will not discuss, thankyouverymuch. But I do need a dose of meds once in a while to get things moving along. My man, Pugsley, on the other hand, has the very opposite problem. This makes for a very interesting litterbox.
Since joining the Nu Campaign to Fight Pet Obesity, neither Pugsley nor I have had any problems with our respective issues. As you know, Nulo is a new food on the market that is all natural and super-charged with nutrients. It’s not a diet food (Pugs and I are at our perfect weights already!) but is very effective for pets who do need to lose a few pounds. Also, FULL DISCLOSURE, our staff writes for the Nulo blog. This is why I haven’t been writing a lot about Nulo here for obvious reasons. But this is an important issue you guys should know about if anyone in your house has GI issues themselves.
Since being on this nutritious, perfectly balanced food, the litterbox output now is so terrific, my staff says, that she doesn’t even mind scooping each day because she’s so proud of us (CRAAAAAZEEE lady). But she usually worries so I guess I understand it. What’s more, when she reported to Mike Landa, the Nulo CEO, how happy she was that Pugsley and I were delivering perfectly formed you-know-what’s, he replied, “I love it! You made my day!”
Do these humans have nothing better to do than get excited about our poop? Guess not.