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Being a parent of a 7 year old and 3 year old is hectic! Add in our beloved pet, Oscar, and sometimes it’s a madhouse! The one thing I question morning and night is “Did you feed the dog?” Sometimes I’m the one who fed the dog and I cannot even remember! That’s why I have this amazing Printable Pet Feeding Schedule that’s revolutionized my life and will change yours as well.
Oscar is the 5th member of our family. He’s an amazing mix breed that we’ve had for just over 2 years. Oscar’s mom and dad took a job in Germany and as much as they wanted to take Oscar with them, they were unable to find furnished housing that would allow pets. So they said their tearful goodbyes and we were able to have Oscar as one of our family members.
Trust me when I say mealtime is very important to Oscar. If I lose track of time working, Oscar comes to my desk and uses his “bossy nose” to nudge my elbow and let me know he’s hungry! I’d do the same if someone had to feed me! That’s when I reach for CESAR® wet and dry dog food to keep my four legged family member happy and healthy!
I grab my wet and dry CESAR® products at Walmart. They always have the best selection and prices in their pet food section. I grab dry food for Oscar’s morning and evening feeding and feed him at least one wet food a day as a treat. I use my pet feeding schedule to keep track of Oscar’s morning and evening meals as well as his treats. I have also taught my kids how to use the feeding schedule as well! They know they need to mark the appropriate space whenever they put food into Oscar’s dish or give him a special treat.
I typically feed Oscar CESAR® Dry Filet Mignon with spring vegetables as his twice a day dry food. I pick up the CESAR® Pate Mixed Variety Pack, 24 ct box of wet food for Oscar’s treats. This lets me stockpile several different flavors to give him as a treat. By mixing dry and wet food in Oscar’s diet, his food never gets boring and this gives him a range of flavors and textures in his daily feedings.
How to make a DIY Pet Feeding Schedule
You’ll need to grab a few materials before you make your pet feeding schedule:
- Pet Feeding Schedule Printable – available in pink or blue to fit both dog genders
- 8×10 picture frame
- Picture frame hanging hooks
- Paper trimmer or Scissors
- Dry erase marker
- Download the pet feeding schedule printable (link below) and print on paper.
- Use a paper trimmer or scissors to cut the printable to 8×10.
- Place the pet feeding schedule in the picture frame.
- Use picture framing hooks to hang the frame near your pet’s feeding station.
- Use a dry erase marker to mark and indicate when you fed your pet and when you gave treats.
To learn more about amazing CESAR® products for dogs, click here.