Grand Rapids Dog Owners Feed Pet From High Chair
A dog eating from a high-chair…
It sounds like the work of overbearing owners.
But it’s actually necessary for one Grand Rapids dog, so she can eat at all.
She suffers from megaesophagus, making it hard for her to digest her food unless she’s in a high chair.
The doggy high chair keeps her upright, helping the food go down easier.
Tink also needs to be burped and her esophagus messaged to fully get the food down.
These are more than your average owners.