As previously described it was difficult to get our packs favorite #barf from our partner @lico.nature during the lockdown.
But as much as the food they missed the delicious treats. They just love these dried beef stripes.
We did some brainstorming and the idea to use a drone to transport the goodies across the border was mentioned. We found the idea hilarious and wondered how it could be done 😊
Fortunately we got our deliveries running again and the dogs are very happy to have their fresh meat to eat again.
It was funny to see their excited faces when I returned with the packages. They surrounded me and carefully observed how I stowed it in the freezer. Each inch of the car was inspected to look for left overs.
When I was done, everyone – but me – got a piece of rumen 😆
We had some funny moments when we made the video. Hadn’t was so quick to take the treats and so unafraid if the drone that he got 3 treats 😆
Ninja grabbed the treat too far up and thus it could not release from the drone 😆 So I shouted for him to stop. Afterwards Ninja was sulky and did not want to grab the treat anymore 😆 So I had to fly it on top of his head and have the treat move from one ear to the other for him to grab it again.
Frank (@kaihu_und_hadez) filmed with the other camera and did the editing of the video. He does videos so much better than me 😊
We made a video with Hadez in the snow looking for treats in winter. Took us 4 people and a whole day to film it. It is certainly worth to look at it 😊
We have a collaboration with Lico Nature, who deliver us a generous amount of #barf and treats in return for coverage of our experience using their products.
We wanted to start raw feeding and were looking for a company when @lico.nature contacted us.
I have been in their factory and personally checked the quality and manufacture of the food.
I was truly impressed and very excited to collaborate 😊 I cover this in detail in the very first post from October 22 2019