October 15, 2013

All tests show that, in Rocky’s case, the cause is a low-fiber diet (he eats raw food, 2x per day, plus a dehydrated raw snack in the evening) and is remedied by adding more water and more pumpkin (fiber). MomFOD was giving us an afternoon pumpkin snack with a side of goat’s milk, which we enjoy just fine. However, we just received an email from The Honest Kitchen, the company that sponsors some of our giveaways, that had a wonderful recipe that’s perfect for fall and for helping relieve Rocky’s ailment. We thought it sounded tasty and wanted to share it with you! (We have not received any reimbursement for posting this recipe and do not plan to. You can see our original review of Pro Bloom goat’s milk here)

Cinnamon Pumpkin “Latte” Recipe:

Mix 1 pack of Pro Bloom with 1 cup of warm water Wisk in 2 tbsp of pure canned pumpkin Lightly sprinkle the top with a smidgen of cinnamon*

Do not use nutmeg. Nutmeg is toxic to pets, so please keep that in the “people only” cabinet.

 

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