Dogs eating carrots
Last fall we planted five packets of organic carrot seeds in a smallish raised bed at the corner of our front yard, under two street lamps.
All winter, we watched the carrot tops grow tall and fade from green to yellow and back again. When
we felt like making soup Zach decided to make soup, one of us would bundle up, head outside and pull a few fat, sweet, twisted, orange roots from the dirt.
Yesterday, our friend Steve dropped by and said it was time for the carrots to come up before they all went to seed.
So we dug them up by the handful.
When I had a bucketful, I wasn’t sure what to do.
I handed a carrot to Minnie.
She didn’t know what to do with a carrot.
Next, I turned to Scooby, who addressed his carrot tenderly.
Then, a red-headed carrot shark emerged and snapped up about 10 carrots. Mmm.
We actually feed these dogs carrots quite often, but they are definitely a favorite snack of Luke’s.
Do your dogs go crazy for any vegetables?