My most popular treat recipe, DIY doggy cupcakes, inspired me to create a different mini version. I was prompted to do so because all three of my dogs are 15lbs or less, so I have to cut the regular size cupcakes. Mini cupcakes are a great option for small dogs but also for bigger dogs who don’t necessarily need a large treat. I made these delicious DIY mini doggy cupcakes themed for Christmas, but you can change it up for any holiday or celebration. Enjoy!
Some of my post popular DIY dog treat recipes include pumpkin. Pure pumpkin offers our dogs a variety of health benefits, so it doesn’t surprise me that many pet parents seek out treats that use this delicious gourd. Every fall season I get asked for my best pumpkin related dog treat recipes, and I finally decided to put them all in one place! Presenting my homemade pumpkin dog treats round up!
My DIY recipe for doggy cupcakes has been a huge hit with all of you. I wanted to create something similar, but this time more of an everyday recipe as opposed to something for a special occasion. I came up with a simple recipe (you know how much I like easy crafts) for apple cinnamon muffins for dogs, which fit the bill perfectly. While these muffins are a delicious dog treat for any day of the year, they especially resonate during the fall months. Whip together this cozy snack in just 10 minutes, and watch your pups enjoy!
In most of the USA, summer is the season of barbecues! Whether you’re hosting a backyard bash for a special occasion or ‘just because,’ I have some easy tips and tricks you can use to host a dog friendly BBQ!
As a fellow dog parent I’m sure you understand how difficult it can be for your dog to get adequate exercise and stimulation during certain times of the year. Whether it’s intense summer heat or winter storms, taking our dogs outside to walk and play isn’t always an option. Luckily, indoor mental enrichment activities can get you and your pup through the undesirable seasons. Need some ideas? Enjoy this list of stimulating indoor activities for your dog.