This post brought to you by ALPO® Brand Dog Food . All opinions are 100% mine.
Remember when we talked about how happy ALPO made our sweet Odin? We are back again with another follow up! Since the last time; our Odin has loved his ALPO. It still makes his tail wag and his stomach happy. He loves his ALPO wet dog food. And he still loves to lick it out of the can! It makes me wonder; if dogs could talk; what would he say?
If Dogs could talk about ALPO
We love watching Odin as his enjoys his Alpo snacks. He gets quite comical as he eats his dinner and sometimes I just really wish I knew what was going through his mind. He'd probably mention how much he loves how Alpo wet dog food is 100% complete and balanced for all life stages. He'd also probably mention he loves the Quality ingredients, like healthy protein sources, wholesome grains and accents of vegetables, contribute to form a complete and balanced diet for each life stage. But mostly he'd just say "Nom! Give me more!"
ALPO dog food helps support a happy, healthy life, a shiny coat, strong bones and teeth and a mealtime tail that just can't stop wagging. And we all know that a healthy dog is a happy dog. And a healthy and happy dog makes for a happy owner.
Have you ever wondered what your furry little friends think as they see other dogs? Alpo has a humorous look at dog personalities and what they could possibly be thinking. After the first ALPO focus group they realized that dogs have a lot to say not only about ALPO but also about popular blog dogs.
For more fun shots and funny stories check out ALPO® Instagram page. You can add your own photos and pictures too! Watch more blog dog videos and get inspired to share photos and videos of your dog with #HappyStartsHere
If Dogs could talk; What do you think they would say?
Which blog dog is your favorite?
Latest posts by Amber (see all)
- Best Homemade French Fries: Cast Iron Skillet Fried Potatoes Recipe - September 9, 2019
- The Best Easy Chicken Salad Recipe - August 29, 2019
- Easy Unicorn Party Ideas - August 6, 2019