Practicing gratitude is something I do frequently, even in the most stressful of times. Since fall is pumpkin season and it starts my most favorite time of year, I thought to incorporate both thankfulness and the season into a DIY project. Although this isn’t dog specific, you can put a personal spin on it! I love this project because you can do it alone or include your family, and really personalize the final product. I hope you enjoy this DIY fall gratitude pumpkin as much as I will this year, and for years to come!
I’m crazy about pumpkin treats for my dogs. Pumpkin offers a variety of benefits for dogs’ health, so when I get the chance to use it, I do. I stay stocked up on pure pumpkin since it’s a natural digestive aid for my babies, and one day I came up with this super simple, quick DIY dog treat recipe. This delicious snack only calls for two ingredients and it takes just five minutes to prepare! My favorite DIY dog treat recipes are those which don’t require a lot of work. Although these treats take very little effort to make, your dogs will be sure to enjoy these delectable frozen pumpkin dog treats!
Pumpkin offers many benefits for dogs. I stock up on cans of pure pumpkin in the fall because it can be hard to come by throughout the year (at least in Arizona). Now that I have a hefty stash, I’ve been creating delicious goodies for my dogs to enjoy. I hope you enjoy making these DIY pumpkin spice smoothies for your dogs!
I’m not really into baking, but when it comes to my dogs I’ll do anything for them! I love making homemade dog treats. I think my favorite part is my dogs hanging out around my feet as the baking process is taking place. I prefer super simple, limited ingredient treats so I have four easy homemade dog treat recipes to share with you!
Can you believe Thanksgiving is right around the corner?! It feels like we just got through the holidays. I’m definitely not complaining – time sure does fly when you’re having fun! This time of year is one for feasting, and sharing it all with our dogs! Well, maybe not the entire feast, but here’s a list of Thanksgiving food for dogs that you can and cannot share.