This is a good recipe for a dog that loves tuna fish. It is also a good recipe to feed your dog if you have one. I use canned tuna because it is cheap, and I don’t mind feeding it to my dog.
I have a dog (a black lab named Biscuit) that has a very picky and picky palate. I feed her tuna fish, and when she gets bored, she goes on a quest to find ways to eat it. She does this with a large bowl of tuna, and then after she finds her favorite way (which is to use a spoon), she eats the rest in one gulp.
For those who don’t know, canned tuna has a small but significant amount of mercury in it. Some people worry about mercury in canned fish. I have read that canned tuna is safe for all but the most sensitive animals, but you should be careful about your dog’s consumption.
If your dog can handle canned tuna, you have a great dog. I am not sure if any of the canned tuna I have fed Tucker so far has contained mercury. But because of this, I have no problem with Tucker eating it. I do know that I am still having trouble with my dog eating my tuna fish.
Tucker is a rescue dog who has gone through several rescue shelters. He is a member of the shelter’s pups and kittens section. He loves to play with my children and I have always had a great relationship with his mother. However, he seems to be getting more and more picky about the tuna fish and then eats it all up. This has caused me to start to worry. I am hoping to get him a pet chicken.
I think it is important for all of us to realize that not all dogs are created equal, and we all have to learn to be more sensitive to each other in order to get along with each other. For some, it may be that they are so used to eating tuna that they won’t even notice that something has changed. For others, a change in diet or environment might be enough to make them miss the tuna.
All dogs are not created equal. The difference is in how they behave towards us. The one thing all dogs have in common is that they are very trusting. We are not all created equal in this regard.
Tucker’s has changed his diet for a couple of reasons. First, it may be that the change in his diet is because he was not raised with a lot of treats, nor did he see his family as a lot of treats, so he became more of a risk-taker with food. The second reason is that he was already fed on dog food, but he also may have seen people around him that were feeding him tuna and so the change in his diet was a logical next step.
This is a good point as well. I was on a food kick at one point and got very sick of the taste of canned tuna. The fact that Tucker’s dog food contains so much more salt, fat, and sugar than any other type of food at my local pet supply store really caught me off guard. I had recently started watching a few shows on Animal Planet and was also a fan of Tucker’s dog food.
I’m not sure what else should have been on my list. I was just trying to make a list of things that I was looking forward to after a long day of writing and editing. It was time to start eating again.