Bain and I started our blogging journey in April of 2014, since then we have met a lot new and wonderful friends. Along the way we’ve gotten to read informative and fun posts, while there are so many I’d like to add here, I took a handful of our favorites.
This is a super handy idea if you’d like to change things up. All you need is beef trachea, your pup’s favorite ground meat or canned dog food, place it into the freezer and you have yourself your dog’s new favorite snack. A very simple and healthy idea.
To view Edible Raw Kongs, click here.
If you’re looking for a delicious summer treat for your pooch, look no further. To be honest, I had never even heard of Kefir before stopping by DZ’s Adventures post. You only need a frozen banana, frozen blueberries, Kefir and toasted flax seeds. It’s like Booster Juice for your pup!
To view Kefir Blueberry Smoothie, click here.
I love crafty posts, and this is a must have for next holiday season. Kelsie at It’s Dog or Nothing has created a fun DIY holiday decoration, so if you’re feeling crafty make sure to have your supplies handy for next year, it’s only 353 days away!
To view DIY Dog Silhouette Decoration, click here.
The great debate, is it better to have 2 dogs? I do plan on adding another dog to the household in the future, however there are still a lot of strong points to think about. If you’re currently conflicted, this post lists strong pro’s and con’s for the potential 2 dog household.
To view Is It Better To Have 2 Dogs, click here.
You may have noticed I’m rarely in photos that are posted, I am always the photographer, and I like to be. This is a great post for bloggers out there who are looking to jazz up their photographs for their website. Bain just can’t decide if he looks better with a shimmery blue background or elegant white!
To view DIY Photo Backdrop Stand for Pets, click here.
First off, Bain would like to state he has a crush on the ginger sisters, Ruby and Boca.
Being and introvert myself, I was able to understand everything Lara was saying. I’ve met and talked to so many people on my walks with Bain I wouldn’t often speak to without him, but he seems to get me out my shell and into more social situations I normally wouldn’t be in. This is a great post that talks about the bond between animal and human, and the common ground we all find with them.
To view Animals are an Introvert’s Superpower, click here.
Every now and then someone will purchase a Husky puppy simply for the looks, and afterwards not understand the breed and what to do with them to keep them happy and stimulated. However, if you’re a responsible owner, don’t fall for the “huskies can’t live in an apartment” line. Love Is Being Owned by a Husky shows that with lots of exercise and mental stimulation, you can have that blue eyed wonder you’ve been eyeing.
To view Can Huskies Live in Small Apartments, click here.
If I lived in a larger city, I would love to be working at a veterinary hospital, unfortunately there’s just not enough job opportunities here. Dr. Belinda shows us why vet nurses are as awesome as they are, what they deal with everyday, and the vital role they play.
To view 50 Reasons Why Vet Nurses are awesome, click here.
Kisa can be mischevious, like a lot of cats, they can be interested in household plants, plants that can be dangerous to them. If you’re like me, and not only know nothing about flowers and which types are not good for your kitty, Lori at the Litter Sitter lists the most common leafy culprits and what to do in case of an emergency.
To view Which Plants are Poisonous to Cats, click here.
Our pets play a crucial role in all of our lives, and in this post Nikki at Road Dogs and Rescue states just how important her dog Huxley and all of her rescues are to her. Nikki explains why our pets can make the glass become half full when some days it is empty.
To view Hippopotamus – On Dogs and Depression, click here.
Bain and I are hoping to meet more new friends and bloggers this year, we wish everyone a happy and safe start to the new year.