As cold, wet weather slowly returns to Cascadia, more and more people and pets spend time in the warm, dry indoors. Leo, Amelia, Wilhelm and even Brychwyn have been avoiding too much time outdoors. However, the change in seasons has not deterred our outdoors man, Huxley, from lounging outside as many hours a day as he can. I also like to be outside as much as possible in order to keep my spirits lifted as the days grow darker but I don't have any clothes that protect me from the elements like the thick coat of a collie. Still, as I make every nutritional effort to keep my immune system strong during the colder months, I do the same for my furry dog. Despite Huxley's protective layers of fur, the weather often does more to him than it does to the rest of the Cascadian Nomads. Perhaps it is that he spends more time outdoors than the rest of us.
So as the season change effects the amount of time all of the Cascadian Nomads except Huxley spend outdoors, I am very pleased to have witnessed a dog food change that means I worry less about him laying in the rain and sniffing the chilly wind. Huxley’s health is supported naturally and holistically by his healthy meals. Now I just need to find such a nutritious rotational diet to keep myself healthy through the cold, wet months!
How do you and your pets stay healthy as the weather gets cold and wet?