Cody became part of our family when she was 4 months old. She was a birthday present for our 10 year old and oldest son. Cody is part Basinji and Red Heeler (Australian Cattle Dog). Pets In Need didn't recommend her to be around children under 5 years old. However to this day, I think Cody thinks our youngest son, who was 4.5 years old at the time is her puppy. They bonded so much that our son can do anything with her and he has. He used to dress her up. Cody gets cuddled and 'played with' by our son like no one else can.
During the summer of 2012, Cody was very lethargy, unable to go up or down a flight of stairs, her coat didn't look healthy and her eyes looked sad. I had taken her to the vet and they found nothing wrong with her. A friend asked what I was feeding her. She had been eating a healthy dog food made specifically for senior dogs with weight control, joint supplement and to generaly be healthy.
Within several weeks of feeding Cody, The Honest Kitchen, dehydrated dog food, Force. Cody was literally acting like a puppy! She could go up and down the stairs, and best of all she would jump up and down on her hind legs like she used too, when she greeted us at the glass door. Her entire being lit up with life and vitality. I contribute her quick recovery and sustained level of health to The Honest Kitchen food. Cody has since had other flavors of the brand and I also need to add some additional flavoring to it so she stays interested but I will never stop feeding The Honest Kitchen brand.
Thank you for saving my beloved pet from a slow decline.