Monday, December 22, 2014

Noche Buena or No Noche Buena? That is the Question

In the spirit of Christmas, we Pinoys always have Noche Buena. This is the feast usually done just before or during the midnight of Christmas Eve. Noche Buena literally translates to "good night." It is a time of good and plentiful food. It is a tradition, one we so love.

But be warned, pet parents, as much as we wish to include our babies we must be cautious and conscientious. Our dogs and cats have small bodies. A bowl full might be so much for one to finish. 

I remember my mother giving my baby Robin so much noche buena feast with lechon, ube, rice, beef, etc. that he gained a kilo in two weeks. He's only a pom. Please be conscientious of what you give them. Small bones and too much fatty food can get them sick. Now Robin is suffering from hyper acidity. As much as we wish to include them or use them as waste disposal, please moderate your pet's feeding this Christmas season!

Merry Christmas and Happy New year!

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