The dog days of summer may be over, but if you and your dog are still trying to beat the heat, we’ve got the perfect treat to help your pup cool down. Even if you don’t have a snow cone maker, a blender or even just crushed ice from your fridge will work. Doggone Easy […]
Not only can you use coconut oil for dogs to help itchy skin, reduce odors and improve alertness, your dog can eat it. Pups love treats made with coconut oil. Give your pup a taste of this healthy ingredient with a few foolproof coconut oil recipes for dogs. Why Is Coconut Oil Good for Dogs?
The holidays are a time for friends, family and food. We can think of no better way to get into the spirit of the season than by making these dog-friendly holiday recipes. that humans can eat, too. Dog-Friendly Turkey Stew Recipe Thick, hearty, and packed with vegetables, this warm and versatile winter stew is a dish that will
When I think of puppyhood, I can’t help but think of puppy behavior problems. Case in point: the time I came home from lunch to walk my Frenchie puppy and found that he had somehow escaped out of his crate in our teeny, tiny apartment. The floor was covered in shreds of paper and cardboard,
Perfect for a dog who doesn’t like to wear clothes or as an addition to an amazing ensemble, this lightweight hat is perfect for trick-or-treating. The hat size can be adjusted up or down for your furry friend, but this will give you a good start for a small/medium hat that fits most dogs. What
Don’t want to get married without your best friend — your dog — in attendance? We’ve found three dog-friendly wedding destinations and some helpful tips to consider before having your dog in your wedding.
We put together two treat recipes — one savory, one sweet — that will keep your pup cool and satisfied on a sizzling-hot summer day.
When it comes to putting things on or in my dogs, I like to keep it as natural and as seasonal as I can. And with so many products on the market and so many ingredients in every item, this may mean making things myself. It might sound daunting, but it’s amazing what you can
These are great because you can literally put anything (dog friendly, of course) into this convenient and delectable package. People food, dog food — anything is fair game with these dog-friendly burritos. Here are some basic ideas to get you started, but have fun with this! You and your dog will enjoy the creative process.
I love snacks on the go. I’ll often fill my pockets with dog food for daily walks and training, but sometimes everyday kibble isn’t enough to get the pups interested. So I’ve started creating a mix of dog-friendly snacks that are pocket friendly for a dog on the go. You can get creative with doggie
Looking for an Easter treat you and your dog can share? These deviled eggs are a holiday classic. Ingredients Eggs Plain, unsweetened yogurt (1 to 2 teaspoons per egg) Directions Hard-boil your eggs. Use your favorite method, or give this one a try: Put eggs in a pot and cover them with 2 inches of
Spring is here, so celebrate by covering your dog with flowers! Spruce up her collar with these easy-to-make felt flowers. They require no sewing and are the perfect way to change up your dog’s look. What you’ll need 1 to 2 pieces of crafting felt in your favorite color — you can buy 8- by