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via - thebarkpost.com
As humankind’s most loyal and steadfast friend, dogs share many qualities with people. Both understand moods of those around them, both enjoy sleeping on the bed, and both dogs and people get into trouble when they’re bored. With a couple old t-shirts and a pawsin your day, you can make a quick and easy toy to prevent that mischievous boredom in your canine companion. Who knows? Your pooch might find your handmade creation quite… fetching.
For this project, the only things you need are two t-shirts and a pair of scissors. Have a couple old shirts lying around with a stain or two? This is the perfect project to reuse them!
Start by cutting little 2-3” wide slits at the base of your shirts. After you’ve cut your slits, just rip along the slit and your t-shirt will have the perfect strips of fabric for the next step.
Gather your t-shirt strips and tie off one end. Divide your strips into thirds and braid them together.
Once you’ve braided down to the other end, tie up the bottom and cut any straggling t-shirt strips.
Whether this toy comes in handy during an epic tug-of-war battle or serves as a distraction to keep your pooch’s mind from wandering to the smelly trash can and dreams of gnawing the legs off the couch– it’s a simple and fun way to make something special for your four-legged friend.
Vegan Doggie Treats
1 sweet potato (boiled)
1 extra ripe banana
1 cup oatmeal
1/4 cup coconut oil
2 tablespoons cinnamon
Via - Visual.ly
Here's a quick look at the relationship between Primal Canine's Pack Leader Mike Jones and his right hand man Bear.
Mike was given Bear a few years back by his wife and brother in-law. During Mike's quest to improve and gain more knowledge, he began to speak and work with other dog trainers to get more insight into Bear's unique personality (Bear basically wasn't interested in anything). In the end, using standard training practices didn't do much for Mike & Bear, so Mike began to really tailor and adapt multiple training methods to work best with Bear's personality and learning style.
After undergoing what is now called the Primal Canine Training Method Bear, is a shining example for his breed and even more an example that even rescue/shelter dogs can become elite working dogs and amazing household pets!
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Another awesome post by Buzzfeed.com.
1. This one who knows what’s up.
2. This fluffy champion in the fluffy snow.
3. Even the derpiest know how to do it.
4. This cutie experiencing it for the first time, making us all wish we could be this happy again.
5. This guy who’s thankful for his built-in winter coat.
6. These snuggling sweethearts, keeping their love alive after all these years.
7. This shibe who remains mischievous even in the cold.
8. This guy who used the snow day to get new shoes.
9. This pup who knows the value of a surprise AND a good romp in the snow.
Seriously, if you you didn’t just gasp at that, you should probably get your heart checked.
10. This gal who saw the snow and decided it was time for her fashion moment.
11. This Olympic Skier.
12. This jerk who will enjoy his time in the snow, no matter the cost.
13. This guy who is so excited he can barely contain it.
14. This little one who’s motto is “in order to defeat the snow, one must become the snow.”
15. OMG and this fluff of joy. I can’t, I just can’t.
16. This epic gymnast, taking her skills to the streets.
17. This husky who has finally found his true calling.
18. This joyous masterpiece.
19. And finally, these champions of winter, snow and, let’s be real here, life.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 8 hours
- 2-3 large sweet potatoes cut into 1/4" thick slices
- dehydrator, you could also use an oven at a very low temperature.
- Cut your sweet potatoes into 1/4" thick pieces.
- Set your dehydrator to 125 F. If using an oven set it as low as it will go.
- Allow the potatoes to dehydrate for 8 hours or until almost dry, but not brittle. If using an oven, check the potatoes after 4 hours.
- Store in refrigerator.