Today is all about the letter W. Rosie is still sharing desserts for our theme of "A Day at Rosie's Restaurant". So, what dessert is there to enjoy for the letter W?
How about some waffle ice cream sandwiches? Rosie has prepared some of these sweet sandwiches with vanilla ice cream, chocolate ice cream, and strawberry ice cream. If you have any other flavor requests, just let Rosie know. Rosie isn't biased against any ice cream flavors, so the options at her restaurant are endless.
Window whiffies! It's finally spring here. Well, at least on most days it is. That means Evan and his furry siblings get to enjoy some window time. Are you friends of ours getting to enjoy window whiffies? We sure hope so!
Tip of the Day
Especially if giving dairy to a kitty or pup for the first time, don't offer much, and keep an eye on your furbaby for a few hours to monitor if gastrointestinal issues arise. Obviously, if there is any vomiting or diarrhea, do not give any more dairy. On the other hand, if no symptoms arise within 12 hours or so, that particular furbaby may not be lactose intolerant. It also might be worth noting that certain forms of dairy contain less lactose and therefore have less likelihood of causing symptoms of lactose intolerance. Forms of dairy low in lactose include hard cheeses, yogurt, and other cultured dairy products. All in all, though, if your kitty or pup is lactose intolerant, simply avoid feeding diary in order to prevent unnecessary gastrointestinal symptoms. Even if your furbaby is not lactose intolerant, it's still wise to feed human foods only in moderation, or not at all.