Nutrition

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Sweet Treats for a Sweet Tooth

Since chocolate is bad for dogs, here are some suggested ways to indulge your dog’s sweet tooth in a healthy manner more
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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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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10 More "People" Foods You Should Share With Your Dog

Can my dog eat that? 10 More People Foods You Can (and Should!) Share With Your Dog 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
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Feeding Fido

Do you worry about the quality of your beloved dog’s diet, but glaze over when you try to decipher the nutritional information on the packages? What do those multisyllabic words and confusing numbers actually mean?more
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The Party - Canine Coolers

If play-date entertaining is the last thing on your mind, cool down them hot dogs with a round of poochie popsicles. more
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Canine Cutie Cupcakes

Get Started! To make Schnauzer and Chihuahua cupcakes you will need: 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
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Happy Brownies

Spend a 60s-inspired afternoon with your dog. Whip up some Happy Brownies, throw on a Jefferson Airplane album, and gather up some herbs and flowers—it’s project time! Far out. more

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