Dogs Feast On Thanksgiving Dinners At Loomis Boarding Home
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LOOMIS (CBS13)- What’s for the dogs is pretty good eats at a Loomis boarding home. They were serving up more than biscuits at Aunt Cynthia’s Bed and Biscuit Inn on Thanksgiving.
“We have turkey meat with all the bones and fat removed, we have pea mutt butter biscuits on top of apple stuffing, a little homemade cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes and gravy,” owner Cynthia McCoy said. “So they all just the same kind of meal that the humans get, very healthy meal.”
It was doggone delicious for the 22 dogs eager to scarf down on canine-friendly cuisine. Their families may be out of town, but they’re chowing down.
“They’re not going to look up,” she said. “When they get there Thanksgiving dinner plate, they’re going to be looking down and chewing up their food in probably 30 seconds or less.”
It’s OK to bark for seconds in this dog-eat-everything world of wonder.
But these guys can’t eat all at once – maybe two or three at a time to avoid a full-blown chow-down showdown.
Aunt Cynthia’s Bed and Biscuit Inn, which is a cage-free doggy daycare, is already taking reservations for next Thanksgiving.