I have never used the product I am going to mention but my neighbor who has constantly had one or two dogs the entirety of the nearly 40 years living next door swears by it. It is called Ruff Green and it contains among other things, sweet potatoes, broccoli, kale, papaya and spinach.. She sprinkles a teaspoon or two on her dogs food and she says they love it, eat better and stay healthier and have more pep because of it. They do seem to be able to keep their dogs healthy.Taking our dog to the vet this afternoon for a checkup. He's a large dog and about 13+ years old, so he doesn't get around as well as he used to. In typical fashion, LOML is hoping for some miracle pill that will make him young again, and refuses to accept that he's just old like us.
Later today or tomorrow my nephew will be coming by to texture the drywall patch in the dining room that was the result of our recent plumbing repairs. (He's the family drywall texturing ace.)
The rest of the weekend will be made up as it goes along. Might try to take a day trip to go look for cool things to photograph. There will also be the usual yard and house chores, and watching the qualifying and racing for the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix.
I was born to a farmer and grew up to about 14 on a farm... Dad was a share cropper and seemed to work from can until can't... he didn't want me to be farmer, and I agreed with him... main reason, farmers work too hard ( we need them, just didn't want to be one)... my neighbor is about 4 or 5 years younger than me, told me one day he was retired, but I see him out every day on his tractor or pick up doing something, cutting hay, hauling hay, feeding cattle, what ever the day calls for. He's rolled a ATV with a sprayer unit down the hill over him, life flighted to the hospital, caught his hand in a trailer hitch, pinned there for a couple of hours before his nephew came to check on him, tore up his shoulder and needed surgery, less than a week later he was out on his tractor delivering hay ..... an that's just since I've known him... no telling what happened before I moved here 18 years ago.Ive learned alot of stuff since joining this board....one thing for sure, , once you own a farm, or livestock, you dont retire, ilts not a career, its a way of life.....there is never a down day. I read jons posts and it seems like there is always work to do with livestock....seems you work until the day you can no longer walk. I worked behind a counter for 33 years at one business, and drove a delivery van before that since I was 14. before that I delivered on foot, or subway, or bus......but I always knew at one point Id retire.....seems not so if you own farm or ranch.....Im guessing it keeps you young. or just hurts alot. regardless, its impressive to me.