Valentine’s Day Doggie Date
If there were a market for dog wigs, I’m certain I could collect enough lost hair to make one. Maybe there’s a cottage industry in that…
I adore our dogs. They’re loveable, goofy, and sometimes a little naughty. When Cassie looks at me like that, I know she’s been up to something. I love her anyway!
I’m one of those dog parents who dresses her dogs for Halloween. Don’t judge. I also buy Christmas, Valentine’s, and birthday gifts for my dog babies. Nothing too extravagant. Maybe just a new name tag or a toy.
Or an awesome new dog dish.
And treats. Always treats. I bought darling pink and white biscuits for Cassie and Lily for Valentine’s Day. They’re kind of expensive for dog treats but these were so cute I couldn’t resist.
They also make excellent bribes for getting them in the tub. My girls must be brushed and groomed regularly to keep them looking their best. There’s a lot of fur when that happens.
There’s no doubt pet hair is one of the main culprits of clogged drains, but I’m not sure if my dogs or I get top honors in our house. I could challenge any dog when it comes to shedding! My hair is super long right now and it seems like it is EVERYWHERE—including our drains.
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Another sweet thing Liquid Plumr is doing is offering a chance to shower your Doggy Dearest with some extra valentine love. Share a photo on Twitter and Instagram of how you pamper your pup for Valentine’s Day LiquidPlumr #VDayDoggyDateContest for a chance to win a Bark Box full of treats and gifts for your fur baby.
Meanwhile, try making this Peanut Butter Whole Wheat Dog Biscuit recipe for your pooch. I’m certain there’s a market for that!
PEANUT BUTTER WHOLE WHEAT DOG BISCUITS
- Yield: 40
- 1 cup smooth peanut butter
- 1 tablespoon molasses
- 1 cup milk
- 2 cups whole wheat flour
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- Combine ingredients in mixer on low until well
- Put dough between two sheets parchment paper
- Roll to approximately 1/4 inch thick
- Use cookie cutter (or glass) to cut out biscuits
- Bake for approximately 17 minutes
- Calories: 2625
- Sugar: 48
- Sodium: 185
- Fat: 137
- Saturated Fat: 30
- Unsaturated Fat: 100
- Trans Fat: 0
- Carbohydrates: 276
- Protein: 99
- Cholesterol: 20
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