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Two days before Halloween, almost nine years ago, we brought Mr. Cooper home. Fish, hamsters, and rats had all been a part of family, but Mr. Cooper was the first and only dog to join us.
He’s been a comforter, playmate, mole catcher, and even a bodyguard. He’s always been there for us, but lately his alertness and mental sharpness have been off.
Making the Switch to
Purina ProPlan Bright Mind
Mr. Cooper seems slower, a bit sluggish, and less playful. He used to love tug-of-war yet barely wants to give you a challenge. He loves to fetch but after a few tosses it’s like he forgets he’s playing.
I know he isn’t the same old pup he used to be. Some things makes sense because dogs are considered senior by the time they reach age seven. However, I’m hoping a change of food will get our buddy feeling like his old self again.
Since Mr. Cooper is over 7, Purina ProPlan Bright Mind is a great dog food option for him! He did sniff out the new addition to his dog food, but after the once over, he dug right in. We’re switching out one bowl a day to gradually introduce him to this new food, and working our way up to every bowl.
Within 30 days of using, we should see visible results in Mr. Cooper regarding alertness and mental sharpness thanks to the enhanced botanical oils in Purina ProPlan Bright Mind.
Not only that, we may even notice differences in our interaction with Mr. Cooper, as well as his interest in play and ability to adapt and cope with change.
Having four growing children, our household is always changing and there are a lot of people looking forward to playing with Cooper like they used to!
If your furry legged friend is one of the 44% of dogs that are seven years or older in the U.S., you may want to check out Purina ProPlan Bright Mind dog food as well. I will let you know in a few weeks how things are going for us and Mr. Cooper.
Do you have an adult dog?
What changes, if any, are you noticing in your dog?
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