Kilo was always so healthy. Such a shiny coat, no dog smell or smelly breath, clean teeth, excellent bloodwork. The cancer really seemed to come out of no where. He was so fit, active every day, raw fed. Cancer doesn’t discriminate and it really shows you can do everything “right” and still end up unlucky. My goal was to always give him the best chance of a long healthy life so I was very conscientious about his health, what I was feeding him, etc.
He was my first dog and I learned a lot with him, I just wish I had known it all when I first got him. Knowing more about nutrition will help Bjorn be raised properly at least. I didn’t have Kilo as a pup and he was on cheap puppy chow as a pup 😞
Though some dogs live to like 15+ being fed that cheap grocery store food so who knows 🤷♀️ I will do what I can to give Bjorn the best chance at least.