Most dogs love cheese and this week's treat recipe smelled so yummy while cooking that I had to try a bite! I kind of liked 'em and Ringo thought they were "eye-poppin' good"!
Snickers loves to play and most dogs love to play with her. But apparently, her playmates find some of her "play faces" a bit dramatic, as seen in these two lucky shots I got this week!
One of the latest trends on the natural, organic dog food front is sweet potatoes. I don't know why, but most dogs seem to really love them.
A cold, blustery, winter day is a great time to break out the board games and spend quality time with friends and family. Dogs love games too and since Catchphrase or Monopoly can be a challenge when you don't have opposable thumbs, your dog will sure appreciate you finding some games that cater to their most amazing physical feature....their NOSE!
Dogs in the snow make for great photo ops! Here are a few of my favorites from the snowstorm in KC last February as well as our recent "event" this week!
No doubt about it, it has been a COLD and snowy few days in Kansas City! And since outdoor activities are understandably limited for man and beast, our dogs can get cabin fever much like we do.
So how can you help alleviate some of the boredom and excess energy that your homebound pup may be experiencing this winter?
I don't usually allow dogs (or cats) on the table....but you have to admit, Libby makes an adorable table decoration!
So what kind of "dog rules" do you set in your own home?
Training treats that are small and healthy can sure be pricey. Today's recipe is easy and economical....and dogs LOVE them!
#1: If not for Maggie, I wouldn't have found Jackson
Snickers is not happy about me discussing her girlish figure in writing, on a public forum. Or maybe she just doesn't like the fact that I've somewhat randomly cut back on her daily quantity of food, training treats and snacks.