I can't say I'm a huge fan of going to the dentist, but it's something I need to make a habit of. It had been a year since my last visit, and upon a visit to a new dentist, it turns out I need some extensive dental work. Some fillings were decaying, and I was let known that the work was a bit shoddy.
Despite my hatred for getting dental work done, I'd rather take care of it now when it's not causing me problems, than to wait two years down the road when it would be much more difficult and expensive to take care of. Worse, if the S has already HTF, I'd be kind of out of luck.
Once all this dental work is out of the way, I'll be visiting an eye doctor for what I think is only the second time in my life. I know I've never had my pupils dilated, and I can't say I'm looking forward to that, either.
But again, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and all that.
As an update, the dogs are doing splendidly now that they are getting 5 or more raw meals per week. Logan has probably shed two years off of his age already. He has a marked spring in his step again, and his attitude has lightened. He's noticeably more affectionate.
|...and Logan totally loves the new bed I got him...|
I'm doing as best I can with it. One of the items suggested in the book "Unlocking the Canine Ancestral Diet" is sardines for Omega fatty acids. This is not very appetizing to me, and I tend to enjoy eating fish in general.
Another food the dogs have never had is broccoli, which I cut up and put into ground beef. Thankfully, it has not caused the gastric upset that I anticipated. I wonder if it's because I'm gradually adding new foods at one item a week. Next week is spinach. After that, I'm going to begin adding organ meats.
The Architect and I went and purchased a knife sharpening kit last night. I look forward to practicing with it. I figure since our cheap set of steak knives cannot possibly get any duller, there's nothing to lose with using them as practice.
I hope everyone is doing well.