Dehydrated Dog Treats

We once posted about dehydrating treats using an oven, and have been using that method up until someone blessed us with a Rommelsbacher dehydrator she no longer needed. Ever since then, we have been trying all sorts of items from meat to organs to fish! As we weren't able to find many posts about dehydrating … Continue reading Dehydrated Dog Treats

Recipe #7: Liver Bites & Brownies

The first recipe ever posted on this blog was "Recipe #1: Liver Brownies Recipe for Dogs", and because Cotton's treats jar was empty, we decided to remake those and try making our hand at some liver cookies too! We have updated the liver brownies recipe, so do head over if you would like to make some … Continue reading Recipe #7: Liver Bites & Brownies

“Dehydrated” Dog Treats – No Dehydrator Needed

Recently, more and more pet owners have been buying dehydrators to dehydrated their very own dog treats for their pampered pooches. I was so tempted to hop onto the proverbial bandwagon, however, I was deterred by the fact Cotton can be quite the picky pup and my investment could very well go to waste. Hence, … Continue reading “Dehydrated” Dog Treats – No Dehydrator Needed

Recipe #6: Pup-rific Peanut Butter Cookies

What's better than peanut butter? Peanut butter cookies! These cookies were so quick and easy to make and the dough is impressively pliable -- probably one of best I have worked with! Of course, this couldn't be achieved without kitchen helper Cotton! 🙂 Peanut butter is an extremely healthy source of fat and contains high … Continue reading Recipe #6: Pup-rific Peanut Butter Cookies

#DIY Recipes: Cheesy Kong stuffing

When we first purchased the Kong Classic, we were so tempted to buy the Kong specific stuffing, but they were so expensive and seemed a little too indulgent. After looking online for Kong stuffing alternatives, we came across this DIY/recipe tutorial! 1. Stuff cheese (shredded/grated/slices) into the Kong 2. Microwave on high for 5-7 seconds, … Continue reading #DIY Recipes: Cheesy Kong stuffing

Making Ground Flaxseed

Flaxseeds are considered one of the few "superfoods" and are high in omega-3, lignans, fibre and antioxidants. They have been studied and shown to help in preventing certain components of cancer such as colon, prostrate and breast cancer. They also provide great cardiovascular benefits and have been proven to help with digestion and metabolism. Although … Continue reading Making Ground Flaxseed

#DIY: Budget Dog Interactive Toy

Interactive toys serve to keep the dog busy and mind active, while us humans are busy or not in the house with them. There are many popular interactive toys out there, but most are rather expensive and the ones that can truly keep the pups busy for a long time require kibbles - which we … Continue reading #DIY: Budget Dog Interactive Toy

Home-Cooked Food – A Scientific Art

With Cotton on pure home-cooked food (from now I will refer as HCF), I am obligatorily bound (hehe) to ensure her diet is whole and nutritionally complete. I want her to live forever, plus failure to do so could potentially result in skeletal problems, such as osteomalacia in which the body takes calcium from the … Continue reading Home-Cooked Food – A Scientific Art

How to make Powdered Eggshell

Eggshell calcium is probably the best natural source of calcium, and it has been scientifically proven to be readily absorbed by the human/animal body! 😀 A medium eggshell, will yield roughly a teaspoon of eggshell powder, which contains roughly 750-800mg of elemental calcium and other elements such as magnesium, iron, manganese, etc. The composition of … Continue reading How to make Powdered Eggshell

#DIY: No Sew Dog Pillow/Bed

I found this tutorial last year, while searching for good brands of dog beds for Cotton. It's an easy, eco-friendly and no sew tutorial for a comfortable dog bed for your beloved pooch. It can be made completely from recycled materials lying around your house, such as by using old clothes/fabrics as the inner stuffing, … Continue reading #DIY: No Sew Dog Pillow/Bed