With fall in full swing I have found that it’s my favorite time of year to my cooking on and in ‘pawtciular’, I love finding new recipes to make for Mia – our in-house pup. So, naturally when I came across this recipe via Rebecca’s blog ( Sugar & Soul ) and fellow doggy momma, I knew I just had to share it.
( Rebecca’s beloved pooch and fellow pupcake lover )
Mia, like all dachshunds, loves to feast on just about anything home-made and fresh made. Heck, this little beloved beast loves to feast period! So, cooking for her is not only fun but quite fulfilling too – and yes, pun intended. 😉
What I favor most about these pet-treats, is that these are really simple to make and are completely dog-safe. They are made with whole wheat flour, yogurt, apples, honey and peanut butter. The frosting on top is unsweetened whipped cream. So yummy for the tummy! Enjoy!
Here’s a saucy Valentine’s card for you from Thousandskies.com. This free card & envelope set stars a daring little pug who wants nothing more than to connect with love. The author and creator (Elda – a bay area illustrator and mom to Wifi, a poodle mix) below sums up the sentiment for this creative design freebie – perfectly.
“It’s okay to send a slightly naughty valentine’s card, trust me it’s totally appropriate! This pug really really wants your love….”
This is going to be a bragasaurus type post for our blog today. You see, one of our own clients WildWash has posted an irresistible video of Pepper, a French Bulldog puppy getting her very 1st bath. Cue in the ‘oooos’ and ‘eeeeeee’! There is nothing like watching a little pup getting bathed while listing to a sweet and cheery song in the background, to cast a smile on one’s heart. So, without fur ado meet Pepper!
Come and dig this delightful animation discussing the science behind a dog’s sense of smell and how they use it to see the world around them.
You may have heard the expression that dogs ‘see with their noses.’ But these creature’s amazing nasal architecture actually reveals a whole world beyond what we can see. Take a moment to watch this TED-ED Original illustrate how a dog’s nose can smell the past, the future and even things that can’t be seen at all. Totally ‘pawsome!’
We love to celebrate Valentine’s Day in honor of all those near and dear to us! So, here is a free DIY animal card template for you to download and give to all of your most favorite and ‘furried’ Valentine(s). Better yet, these can also serve a great fit for all of those (ahem), last minute types who still wish to give out a simple, yet highly unique card.
This pet themed card and envelope set was designed to be simple and fun. There are two themes to choose from: pink or red. Also included in the template is a matching envelope that you can print out and cut out. It’s so easy! Better yet, download both and get extra crafty with these pet design templates. After all, every one (both human and pet), deserves to know that they mean everything to someone. Woof!
What’s orange, green all over, has eyes and walks? Why it’s a Chia Pet! Er…Chia Dog. So, this Halloween why not turn your pooch into the all famous Chia Pet? Not only is this costume adorable, ultra easy to make, but eco friendly too! So all last minute ‘pup mothers’ out there, like me, click here to get more details on how to creat this DIY costume. Or visit here, to see another tutorial on how to create comfortable harness that will hold up the little ‘potters’ legs.
First, use a glue gun or other adhesive to attach the sheet moss to the dog sweater (bonus points if you find a used one!). We recommend using moss because this biodegradable, organic material is much more eco-friendly than fake plastic plants, and it’s significantly lighter than sod.
Next, use the orange felt and muslin to create a set of plant pots for your pup’s legs. Viola!