Full-disclosure: He's a vulture. He eats everything.
Want to know a little about the soy crisps that he's eating?
Serving Size: 1 oz, Calories per Serving: 110, Calories from fat: 20, Total Fat: 2.5g (saturated fat: 0gm, trans fat: 0g), Cholesterol: 0mg, Sodium: 650mg, Total Carbohydrates: 14g (dietary fiber: 3g, sugars: less than 1g), Protein: 9g
I had an interesting conversation with Sally about these. They have a very high protein content - at 9g of protein per serving - which caused Austin and I to ask a question regarding the "soy" ingredient in these crisps. As we suspected, they are made from unfermented soy. Now, I'm not an expert on soy, but I do know that fermented soy is proven to be healthier than unfermented. Some research indicates that there are risks associated with unfermented soy, such as skewing estrogen hormone levels in both men and women. I encourage you to do your own research on this matter, but here's my outlook: eat everything in moderation and you'll be just fine.
Anyway, the crisps taste great!
Moving on to what I have deemed "the best cookie ever":
We took this opportunity to work on his begging skills. He likes to paw at the air. He probably thinks this improves his chances of earning the treat. He would be correct.
Do you teach your pets tricks?
Dozer is quite the talented pup! He can sit, stay, lay down, stand up, beg, jump, balance food on his nose, kennel-up, and fetch.