Remember back when I posted about these Greenies Pill Pockets? Well, I invested in a bag of the Roasted Duck and Pea Formula, which they call their “Allergy Formula,” so that I can give Lulu some pills at night. I got the capsules, but they also have a tablet size.
The bag was somewhere around $8, which I thought was a little high, but I’m sure you could get them on sale or use a coupon. Certainly not a product you would want to purchase if you give your dog a pill once or twice a day every day all year long. However, these are great for when you need to give your dog some medicine for shortened periods of time.
If you’ve been anywhere near the Northeast in the past 2 weeks then you’ve experienced the unforgiving heat wave we’ve had to endure. Every day, I took my pups outside for an afternoon walk and we got about 10 paces and then they just stopped. And panted. And walked 1 step and stopped again to pant. Then we would go inside and they’d inhale gallons of water.
It got me thinking about my dog’s hydration. A few weeks back Brian sent me information about his company and product, Dogdration. Dogdration is deionized water for dogs that is enhanced with electrolytes for hydration, ginseng for health, as well as glucosamine for hips and joints. It is also flavored with allergen free all natural peanut butter flavoring — yum!
Do you use your regular sponge to clean your pet’s bowl? Guilty.
Don’t ever forget which sponge you use to clean your dog’s bowl again with these bone-shapes sponges!
Etsy seller madshome has created a bedside table that also doubles as a stylish pup nest called the Hunde Hus. The home is available in left or right configurations as well as custom colors, and fits a smallish-sized dog. The sheepskin is optional.
I spotted these over at The Premium Pet and I really love the color combination, it reminds me of the southwest, but modern. The vibrant yellow leather is inlaid with rectangular turquoise stones. And, they have a matching leash! I’m a sucker these days for matching collars and leashes.
This pooch-sized camper from Straight Line Designs was clearly created with the life-sized Airstream in mind. I’d totally park this baby out back for my pup. It is made from fiberglass and aluminum stainless steel. If you’re interested in one, give Judson Beaumont a holler and maybe he’ll make you one.
[via Born Rich]
Andrea over at Bocce’s Bakery sent me some of her Grandma’s Apple Pie snacks for my puppies. They’re a really good size for my dogs — not too big yet satisfying enough. Not much I can say about the bone-shape except that I still find it adorable even though it’s pretty played out.
The ingredients: organic oat flour, local NY organic apples, local NY clover honey, fresh ground organic peanut butter, and organic non-fat yogurt. Sounds like something I would have for breakfast. I like that they don’t have too much grain in them and that she uses local ingredients. And PB. My dogs, like most dogs can’t get enough peanut buttery goodness.