Installing a Baby Gate Without Drilling Into the Banister ... might need to know this someday!

Installing a Baby Gate Without Drilling Into the Banister ... might need to know this someday!

I've made blankets this way but I never thought to stuff them and make a dog bed! OR a baby puff thing!

I've made blankets this way but I never thought to stuff them and make a dog bed! OR a baby puff thing!

Treat your dog to an ice-cold snack on a hot summer day with a homemade frozen treat. Whether your dog loves peanut butter, pumpkin or yogurt, or likes to lick his way through a block of frozen cottage cheese to find the tasty square of cheddar in the middle, he'lll enjoy cooling off with his very own icy, protein-packed snack.

Frozen Dog Treats Recipe

Treat your dog to an ice-cold snack on a hot summer day with a homemade frozen treat. Whether your dog loves peanut butter, pumpkin or yogurt, or likes to lick his way through a block of frozen cottage cheese to find the tasty square of cheddar in the middle, he'lll enjoy cooling off with his very own icy, protein-packed snack.

Pet corner... love and add a pet gate for when guest come!!

Pet corner... love and add a pet gate for when guest come!!

Make from small dresser. Food is kept in top w scoop. Drawers hold all pet supplies, leash, collar, sprays, etc.

Elevated Existence

Make from small dresser. Food is kept in top w scoop. Drawers hold all pet supplies, leash, collar, sprays, etc.

EASY Home Made Dog Treats Dog Treats 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter (natural is best–no sugar!) 1 cup water 3 cups flour Cut dough into desired shapes before baking. I use cookie cutters for treats I plan to give away, but just a pizza cutter for our dogs. Bake for 20 minutes at 350, cool, break apart and serve. Freezes nicely.( can replace flour for rice flour also)

Homemade Natural Dog Treats

EASY Home Made Dog Treats Dog Treats 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter (natural is best–no sugar!) 1 cup water 3 cups flour Cut dough into desired shapes before baking. I use cookie cutters for treats I plan to give away, but just a pizza cutter for our dogs. Bake for 20 minutes at 350, cool, break apart and serve. Freezes nicely.( can replace flour for rice flour also)

Pinterest
Search