For many years Abbey, a yellow lab, was the bell of the ball in the Tews household. Abbey spent most of her life on the Mounds Dog Power â€œAll Life Stagesâ€ food. With Abbey, the biggest benefit was longevity. She always loved the food and ate it up quickly. She had a beautiful, soft coat. She was the ideal family pet – fitting into our motto, â€œdogs are people tooâ€. She was great with everyone, especially kids. She was a gentle soul and will always be in our hearts. Abbey was 16.5 when she passed away.
Recently the Tews family adopted Macy. Macy is a rescue that we picked up in Indiana (via Lucky Lab Rescue). Macy is a one and a half year old Lab/bloodhound mix (we think). After switching Macy to the Mounds Dog Power we have been getting the same amazing results as when we were feeding Abby. She has a healthy appetite and a great skin and coat. We could not be more pleased with the Mounds food and how both of our dogs have done on the Mounds All Life Stages food.
Macy L-O-V-E-S to play ball. You canâ€™t even say the word â€œballâ€ without her leaping up and spinning in circles, ready to go outside and chase her favorite object in the world. Playing ball in the snow is a different adventure, but weâ€™re finding that sheâ€™s pretty good at using her nose to find the ball under a foot of snow – thatâ€™s entertaining in itself! Abbey set a high bar for any dog to live up to, but Macy has quickly filled our hearts with her own style of love and companionship.
Thanks, Tom Tews