Around here, we always make pies for Pi Day. This year it's a chocolate pudding pie, and a pumpkin pie partially infused with chocolate chips. Why, you ask, are there chocolate chips in the pumpkin pie? Because this human's dad, the furbabies' beloved Pawpaw, likes his pumpkin pie with a bit of chocolate. And that's when things like chocolate chips come in handy. But I digress.
In case the photo above wasn't evidence enough, yes, I did get plenty of help preparing the pies.
Does it smell good, Toby?
I'll take that as a yes.
Oh, look, the beggars are starting to line up.
Goodness, no need to make demands, Astrid. The pie will be served shortly. And don't worry, pup, you will surely get a taste.
Happy Pi Day, everybuddy! We hope there's pie in your near future!
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Our Tip of the Day:When it comes to your furbaby's diet, don't forget to consider their age and overall health status. Is your furbaby still a kitten or puppy? Then certainly find them a food that caters to their youthful stage in life. Is your furbaby overweight? Then check with your vet about what weight loss or weight maintenance foods he or she might suggest, and how much to feed. Is your furbaby nearing 6 or 7 years of age, when many dogs and cats are considered senior? If so, ask your vet about the best food options for an aging animal. Of course also consider whether your furbaby has any dental, dermatological, gastrointestinal, bladder, kidney, heart, thyroid, or any other disease process going on in their body. Many companies have foods that aim to help furbabies with any number of ailments live the best lives possible, so don't hestitate to investigate such foods and discuss the options with a veterinarian.