Petcurean Spike Treats For Dogs Duck Treats
When your precious Shih Tzu is allergic to chicken, the dog treats you can give her are limited! That’s why we were so happy when we discovered Petcurean Spike Treats For Dogs Duck Treats at the Pet Health Pet Media Showcase. We were given a VIP invite to attend and explore all the new treats, fun toys and grooming equipment available to pets. We even saw a few medical devices that were very interesting at the event and can’t wait to show you in another video! By the way, Leona had a fantastic time at the showcase!
Leona is a picky when is comes to dog clothes. She’s no ordinary fabric kind of gal and we don’t blame her, we ourselves can be particular with the clothes we wear so Leona also being picky is something we understand. She and I have a few things in common, one is always running hot. It could be 50 degrees outside and we want the air conditioning on and a fan hitting our face so it’s no wonder that when it comes to fabrics–we both like light soft breathable fabrics that are of course, stylish.
Homemade dog treats are fun to make — especially if there are no ovens involved. This is the easiest no bake homemade dog treats recipe I’ve ever come across and it’s only 4 ingredients which means you can whip these puppies up in no time! And in order to get summer (for you and your dog) started the right way, we are giving away 9 silicon mold trays!
Directions for Frozen Peanut Butter Yogurt Banana & Honey Dog Treats (No-Bake)
In a blender or Nutribullet combine:
1 cup yogurt
1 tablespoon peanut butter
1 teaspoon honey
Blend all ingredients together and pour into dog bone silicon trays.
Freeze for 2 hours.
Let you pup enjoy!
Yields: depends on the size you make/trays you have. Using the one featured in the video makes 3 full trays with some left over for you.
►Dog Bone Silicon Mold (like in the video): http://amzn.to/2qQscuh
►Dog Paw & Bone Silicon Mold: http://amzn.to/2qcoGY0
ENTER THE GIVEAWAY:
Dog’s being allergic to chicken is one thing we didn’t expect to hear from our vet when we took Leona in for a routine check up a few months after we got her. The vet started questioning us on all things Leona. I felt like I was on a game show and if I got a wrong answer, they’d take her away from us. I was nervous. In questioning us on her behavior and demeanor, she asked if Leona licked her paws a lot–not just a few licks, but a consistent licking that was noticeable. German and I looked at one another and in a puzzled tone answered yes. All this time, (especially at bedtime) Leona would spend minutes licking her paws to the point where I’d sometimes place a pillow over my head to mute out the sound. Usually I’d put the pillow over my husband’s face to stop the snoring. No, it’s not smothering if you don’t press to hard.
Mexico, you say?
Traveling to Mexico with your dog is such a fun experience but there’s a lot of work to be done in preparation before Fido can celebrate Cinco de Mayo with you this year. German and I have already done the pet travel to Mexico with Leona twice and had two very different experiences both times. In either case, we were prepared for certain scenarios and we weren’t for others. As you ask yourself, “Can I take my dog to Mexico? or What do I need in order to take my dog to Mexico with me? and even, Is Mexico pet friendly?” We want to answer as many questions as we can for you and give you pet travel tips. Take any learnings from us so when you’re traveling to Mexico with your pet, your 100% prepared.