DIY Projects

DIY Eat - Low-Cal Snacks

DIY Eat - Low-Cal Snacks

Liver Dumplings Ingredients 2 ½ cups rye flour 1/3 lb fresh chicken liver 2 Tbsp chopped parsley 3 ½ Tbsp sunflower oil About ½ cup water Utensils...more
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D.I.Y. Craft - Tag Silencers

Go Fetch! Paper and pencil Scissors Paper-backed fusible web Iron Craft felt in assorted colours Cotton fabric in assorted colours and patterns Sewing machine...more
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DIY Eat - Beef Meatballs

These little meatballs are generally a success. They are easy to feed to your dog and don’t require too much chewing. more
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D.I.Y. Craft - Pawprint Slippers

Pawprint Slippers These slippers are easy to make and fun to wear. For a variation, embroider the pawprint shape on each slipper instead of using appliqué....more
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D.I.Y. Eat - Biscuits

Sherlock's Minnesota Biscuits Celebrate the passing of Minnesota Senator Al Franken’s Service Dogs for Veterans Act with this tasty, dog-approved treat. How...more
DIY Make your own Canine First Aid Kit

DIY Make your own Canine First Aid Kit

Gearing up for a road trip down the coast or just heading to the beach for the day? Take your cue from the Girl Scouts and always be prepared with a custom First Aid Kit for your furry friend. more
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DIY Dog Sock Toy

Follow these simple instructions for squeaky playtime fun. more
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D.I.Y. Eat - Scrumptious Delight

The addition of peaches gives the sweetness dogs enjoy, and nongluten products are used to help with allergies. more
D.I.Y. Craft - Baby Romper

D.I.Y. Craft - Baby Romper

Share some puppy love with the baby in your lifewith these one-of-a-kind appliquéd baby rompers. more
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D.I.Y - Sweet Treats

Frozen treats are great for keeping dogs cool in the summer, and they can be used to soothe teething pain in puppies. more

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