Rebel Approves This Email 🐶
If you've been listening to the podcast for any length of time, you'll know that I consider Rebel to be the most important living thing on the planet. This is my guy. So I would never, ever, consider giving him any food I didn't think was the best for him. I would never, in a million years, ask you to give any food to your pet that I didn't think was the best.
[get 20% off your first order of By Nature with promo code RTRS20]
When I first started talking to the folks at Bright Pet Nutrtition about By Nature pet foods, my only questions, and I had a lot of them, were about the food and if it's good for Rebel (and now, my cat, Alabama). I'll tell you, they had every answer and more. So I am now comfortable giving By Nature to Rebel and Alabama, and comfortable telling you it's the best food you can give your pets. To give it a try, go to this link at Chewy and use promo code RTRS20 for 20% off your first By Nature order.
Why is it better? I'm going to explain this as a layperson, because that's how I understand it. It's cooked better, it's got better ingredients, and it's got more of them.
By Nature pet food is slow-cooked in small batches. I know this sounds like something you'd hear about in a commercial for human food, but it's true. Cooking it slowly is better because it allows the food to keep more of its nutrients. This is better for your dog or cat.
By Nature pet food has what they call superfusion. What it basically means is they use superfoods that are nutrient dense to make your pet healthier. Again, something you'd hear about human stuff. Blueberries, apple cider vinegar, spinach, ginger and coconut oil are all in there. And no corn, no soy, no by-products.
By Nature pet food has the right amount of animal protein. Now we both know I'm not eating any animal protein, but I'm not Rebel. Just make sure you look at the FIRST ingredient, and it's always the animal protein (in Rebel's case, salmon).
I even ate some of it on this weekend's new pod. You can see it happen on our YouTube channel. I'm not saying you should do this, but I am saying, you should give By Nature a try (promo code RTRS20).
I know pet food choices can be personal... if you love yours, stick with it. All good! Lots of good ways to keep your pet healthy. Just know I believe in this one.
Basketball is actually coming?! So we took a pod off from bowlers and musicians to have ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz on the podcast to talk about the return to play, and how great we are. Thanks Kevin!
Two days left to order Mike and Patrick's script for Brotherly Love, the sitcom script they wrote based on Ben Simmons' life. The networks' loss is your gain. Remember, every cent of your $5 goes to Coded By Kids and the Providence Animal Center, and then Touchstone Electric Fireplaces (promo code TTP for 15% off) will double that donation. Just do it.
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Spike's top 20 foods in existence.
Sixers Adam wants to trade Thybulle for this guy.
Andrew Unterberger is finally coming to the realization that they're going to play in Orlando.
And finally, and I'm burying this to see if you're paying attention, we may have some additions to the Ricky staff in the current weeks. You can tweet at me to tell me you made it this far if you want.
It's hard to believe we haven't done a Pride shirt yet, but we've resolved that. Get the first ever Ricky Pride shirt for Pride month (even though you won't get it until July). It's an excellent design, and shows your support for inclusion. Get it for just $29.99! The even better news is that all of our proceeds will benefit the Attic Youth Center.
It's summer time, which means you need to hydrate. There's no better way to do that than with an ice cold soft pretzel water from Vallone's Deli. Joe and his mom Doris are waiting for you, and even offer curbside pickup. Get the Vallone's Deli shirt for $19.99, and know that proceeds benefit Prevention Point, at Joe Vallone's direct request.