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DIY Eat - Beefy Agility Treats

These little soft nibbles are ideal for training, playing, and having fun.more
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DIY Eat - Sage Cookies

These sage cookies fit the bill for tender-tummied pups. Sage, thyme, chamomile or fennel all settle the stomach and bowel, and are especially recommended for dogs with food sensitivities. Substitute the sage for thyme, chamomile or fennel if that's what you have on hand. more
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DIY Eat - PB and Banana Treats

Answer the call of your pup’s inner hound dog. Elvis would be proud. more

DIY Eat - Peanut Butter and Banana Oat Drops

Grains are a hardy source of energy for your dog, but fillers such as refined wheat, corn, cereal, and rice grains can lead to obesity, diabetes, and allergic reactions. Oats are an excellent easily-digested alternative that provides fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Dogs are rarely allergic to oats. more

DIY Eat - Frozen Treats

Keep your pups cool with these frozen treats! more
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DIY Craft - Barkin’ Blooms

Your dog will be a hit with a silk-flower-adorned collar. The flourish charms, whether at an impromptu backyard barbeque or a more formal affair, like a wedding (every wedding party needs a flower dog). The embellishment is temporary; affixed with a simple snap, the flower can be removed or changed at whim. more
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DIY Eat - Pupsicles

Beat the heat. Whip up these quick frozen treats for your dog and his canine pals with food you have on hand. All you need is 5 minutes, a few ingredients, and a freezer. more
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DIY Craft - Personalized Treat Tins

Personalized Treat Tin How-To 1. Download the customizable treat tin label template and type the name of the doggie recipient or type of dog treats directly...more
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D.I.Y Craft

Denyse Schmidt of Denise Schmidt Quilts saw her first Scottie Dog at the Elephant’s Trunk flea market in New Milford, Connecticut many years ago and fell in love. She’s been collecting vintage patchwork Scottie Dogs (and photographing them when her bed got too full) ever since. Just like old patchwork quilts, no two Scottie Dogs are alike—but they all have personality. We’re not sure where the pattern originated, but, due to the proliferation of patchwork Scotties out there, it probably appeared in a very popular women’s magazine in the 1940’s. And now, you can make your own!more
DIY Eat: Frittata

DIY Eat: Frittata

Make this simple, delicious dog treat with just 3 ingredients! more

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