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In summer of 2010 I had split with a girlfriend of five years and was a little lost. Once came fall I needed a change a friend recommend a dog. I was like whatever, well one thing led to another and different friend recommended a greyhound. Come to find out she was way smarter than me, and knew exactly what I needed.
It's that time of year to have the smell of pumpkin the the house here is a simple pumpkin cookie dog treat recipe.
When I adopted Indy I wanted safe and affordable toys to get him. Preferable made in the USA those are hard to find for a bigger dog.
So…you have this sweet, cute, loveable, darling…… wild, evil, destructive, crazy, out-of-control, Tasmanian Devil new puppy in your home! What were you thinking….right!
Not all dry dog foods are treated equal. Like most things in life you get what you pay for, yes some foods are more hype than substance. Buy they best food you can afford with the minimum of low grade ingredients.
Our toys are hand crafted in America, every toy comes out unique. We use recycled denim and a little fleece to create toys with a balance of strength and stretch.
It’s that time of year for road trips and our furry friends like come with us, but have you planned ahead beyond a bowl and a jug of water.
We decided to start this season with a fundraiser. Over the years Indy has become a huge fan of his vet. A few years ago she started Kits for K9’s an organization that educates and supplies K9 officers first aid kits to be used in the line of duty if their K9 is injured.
We found a simple peanut butter cookie for Indy. It only has four ingredients and you end up with about 3 dozen treats.
Indy loves these and the they are so simple to make. Only two ingredients and relatively healthy.