Here is a list of over 50 recipes for stuffing Kong toys! Joe loves his Kong toy. It’s (almost) indestructible. Being a tough chewer, finding toys he cannot maul is important. (He only gets a stuffie every once in a while!) Lots of these recipes require freezing, so make sure only to stuff the Kong with as much as you know your doggy will eat at one time.
So this morning, I caught Joe drinking my cup o’ Joe. Naturally, I then wondered what happens if dogs drink coffee? Is it safe for them to consume caffeine, or could it potentially be harmful? No, don’t let your dog drink coffee, or at least too much. Caffeine is a stimulant that can be toxic to dogs if consumed in large amounts. An occasional sip may be alright, but make sure your doggy doesn’t consume a whole cup of your Starbucks Pumpkin Spiced Latte.
Barksmas is the best time of year! Here is a large list of the best Christmas gifts for your dog, all Joe-approved. I’ve compiled this list, including specific suggestions on Amazon, to make your holiday season a little easier.
Joe loves apples, so I did some research: is it safe for dogs to eat apples? Yes, apples can be a safe and nutritious treat for dogs in moderation. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when feeding your dog apples to ensure their safety.
Merry Soon-To-Be Christmas! I wrote up this list of 30+ DIY Christmas presents for your dog … because it’s that time of year again – the time for gift-giving and holiday cheer. And what better way to spread the joy than by spoiling your furry friend with some homemade gifts? These are sure to bring a smile to their face (or, you know, wag their tail)!
A basket of blueberries fell on the floor, and Joe raced to gobble them up (from five rooms away). So I wondered … are blueberries safe for dogs to eat? Yes! Blueberries are generally safe for dogs to eat! They are a tasty, sweet addition to an otherwise balanced diet.
I’m super excited to review the Furbo 360° Dog Camera! As a proud dog mom to a mischievous Boston Terrier, I was always on the lookout for ways to keep an eye on my furry friend while I was away from home. This camera is Joe-approved … especially all those treats he received for testing out this camera!
I’ve always heard never to have a poinsettias plant if you have a pet. Are poinsettias poisonous to pets? The answer is YES! Poinsettias contain a chemical called saponin, which is found in the leaves and stem of the plant and can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and other digestive issues in pets when ingested.
Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, and, of course, delicious food. You may be wondering what Thanksgiving foods safe for dogs to eat. Well, wonder no more! Joe is here to tell you that you can feed your dog a Thanksgiving meal! Just be sure to feed foods that are safe for your pooch to eat.