It’s my favorite time of the year, and that means my house is covered in Halloween décor. For a month, I can justify using pumpkin in every meal. If things look a little spider web covered or the food comes out looking a little creepier than usual, no one can judge me, at least not without a “rules of fall” discussion. So it should be no surprise that my dogs get in on the action as well.
These dog-friendly holiday recipes for Turkey Stew, Cranberry-Apple Crisp, Sweet Potato Casserole and Gingerbread Cookies are something humans can eat, too.
Enjoy the fall season with your pup by throwing together a yummy treat he’ll love! This dog-friendly pumpkin cookie recipe is a perfect way to use those pumpkin leftovers from Halloween or Thanksgiving.
It’s time to start thinking about what you’ll be dressing up as for Halloween. But don’t leave your pup out! Try this adorable witch hat for a quick and simple doggie costume.
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.
Enjoy the warmer weather with your pup by throwing a picnic complete with tea sandwiches both of you can eat! We’ve got recipes for a peanut butter apple tea sandwich, cucumber cream cheese tea sandwich and more.
Fall starts today (Friday, September 22)! Welcome the chillier weather with a cozy fleece blanket that’s easy to make for your dog. Here’s how!