I’m in overprotective owner who rarely lets my dog out of my sight. I’ve only had my dog for two months, but I’m extremely possessive of her. Maybe I’m so protective of my dog because she is extremely small, and I don’t want anything to happen to her. My dog is just like a baby to me, and I would protect a baby with my life if I had one. Since I want the best for my pet, I only feed her the best foods, buy her the best toys, and she sleeps in the best accommodations.
My pet not only has a dog house inside, but I have another dog house outside for her as well. When it comes to feeding my dog, only Beneful is good enough for my pet. The biggest reason why I feel Beneful is good for my pet is because she loves it. My pet eats like crazy, and sometimes, I’ll find myself having to feed her up to six times throughout the day. I don’t mind feeding her as much as she wants to eat, especially since she’s so small, and she’s still growing. My pet seems to really love Beneful because every time she eats it, it’s like she can’t get enough.
I only learned about Beneful from a friend who is constantly going to her veterinarian. My friend told me that her vet recommends Beneful, and since this was my first pet, I felt the need to take her advice. I went to a pet store to buy Beneful, and even though I was determined to get the food, I still asked the store clerk how good the food is, and I got several good reviews. I went home and filled her bowl with the food for the first time, and it’s amazing how quickly she finished her food.
Since she loved the food so much, I thought the treats would be just as good, so I went and bought the Beneful treats too. I couldn’t stop her from eating the treats, and I actually had to hide them, because she would get into the bag, and she would eat all of them if I let her. I had been trying a different brand of food before I chose Beneful, but it was only for a few days. The other brand of food that I had given her, it didn’t have the same effect on her as Beneful does. Want to know more? Follow Beneful on Twitter.