Recipe of the Month- Pet Puffs

This is cute and quick recipe to make if you want you dog to have a healthy and delicious snack. I guarantee your dogs with be begging for more! I found this recipe on a site called Bull Wrinkle, it has lots of different and yummy recipes for dogs!


1 package of Dry yeast
1/4 cup Warm water
1 1/2 cups Whole wheat flour
1 cup All-Purpose flour
1 package Unflavored gelatin
1 cup Non-fat dry milk powder
1/4 cup Corn oil
1 Egg
1 Can pet food
1/4 cup Water


  1.  Dissolve the yeast in 1/4 cup of warm water. Combine the dry ingredients.
  2.  Add all ingredients together. (Dough will be very stiff; it may be necessary to mix with your hands.)
  3. Drop small teaspoons of dough onto the cookie sheet.
  4. Bake in a preheated oven at 180C for 25 minutes.

I hope you enjoy making it and your dog loves it!!

My little baby Gant

My little baby is my dog Gant. He is a 14 month old papillon. He has a beautiful temperament and a lovely face. Gant always makes me smile when he’s balck button eyes look into mine, well, you can’t do anything but give him a treat!


Every time I go to bed I see his little face snuggled up with his toy, and that is just too cute to watch!

And after I give Gant his bath he’s ears are always staying up even though their wet! Papillons are known for their big ears so I guess in whatever situation Gant’s in they will stay up!!

So that’s a bit about my little baby Gant! I would love to hear your stories about your little ones (or big ones)! 🙂

Recipe of the Month- Icy Paws

I found this recipe on a website which is Its a great site with dog recipes! This recipe is great for hot days when your dog just wants to chill. It’s easy and will taste delicious!!


2 cartons of plain or vanilla yogurt
1 small can of tuna in water
2 tsp. garlic power
24 plastic cups


1. Open yogurt, if it they are full to the top use a spoon and scoop out one cup (these will then be frozen). Put half of the can of tuna in each yogurt container and add the garlic powder (1 tsp. in each) and then stir thoroughly.

2. Use a spoon and scoop the mixture into the plastic cups and place the on the tray and freeze overnight. The next day they will be frozen and ready to enjoy!! 🙂

A house for a dog?!

Have you ever thought of a house for your dog? Well, I wasn’t looking for one but I just found a cute wooden house for dogs. Imagine…. on a cold day and your going out and your worried about your dog not having shelter and being cold, well a dog house (what we know as a kennel) is a great place for dogs to be warm and protected from the weather. It might sound  a bit weird but dog houses come in many various styles. Barn style, stable style and real actual look alike houses. So it is a good idea for you to purchase a great dog house and if you don’t want to spend too much money there are many pet stores where you are sure to get a great little house!



Dogs love food, and thats a fact! But what are our dogs going to eat this yummy food in? Well, why not a I Love Food bowl? That sounds perfect knowing that all dogs no matter what, LOVE food. And if that isn’t enough what about an I Love Food ID tag? That will really show everyone how much your dog loves food! It’s stylish, new, cool and looks good. It will last forever and is always going to look good!


How stylish!

I found a beautiful new bed from the brand Fuzzyard. Yet another great style they have designed! It is very new and cool! It is reversible so you can change the look of it if you want too! It comes in grey and lime green. It is called Cosmopolitan which basically said it all for me! It looks good and it is made by Fuzzyard which is known for its quality products. They a new everlasting look and will last you and your dog forever!!


Put your socks on!

Have you got timber floors? Or is it winter and your doggy has got cold feet? Whatever it might be I found some great little socks. They come in a range of colours and different patterns. Socks are good for dogs because they keep there paws warm and don’t make chips in timber floors. These socks are available on It is a great site and if you don’t want socks there are lots of others things available on the website which are great! I hope this helped you and happy shopping!


I want food!

I was finding food bowls when I found some really cute treats jars. Sometimes the smell of dog food and dog treats can smell. So thats why treat jars are such are great idea! They are in the Fuzzyard range so you can get a bed and a food bowl that look the same, that would look good! Plus there is no need to seal them up because it is sealed so that your food can’t be infected by the smelly doggy food!! If you want to find out more I have got the Fuzzyard website which is I hope you find this product helpful and I hope I you like it! You can buy it from most high quality pet stores or online.

RSPCA Million Paws Walk 2012

RSPCA are holding a never to forget day which is Million Paws Walk. It promises to be a active and exciting day for everyone. It is held once a year in May and is held all around Australia to raise awareness and money for the RSPCA so they can keep doing great work helping the animals. Million Paws walk is a fun day where dogs and there owners register and donate and walk 5km. The events are around all the different areas of each state in Australia. I hope to go and take pictures and show you all how great this fundraiser really is. I have never been so I am really wanting to go. I hear that there is dog advice and vets come along and give there tips. It comes complete with the merchandise too, it has a jacket and a jumper, bandanas for the dogs. Overall it is going to be a fun and new experience for me!


Recipe of the Month- Pupcakes

This recipe of the month is dedicated to my friends Bella and DiDi, they have a great blog called Paws to Talk and they liked the pupcakes so I told them I would find the recipe and I did! It is a very simple, easy method to make and such cute and yummy (i mean for dogs) and great for birthday parties!


1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 cup soft butter
1/2 cup corn oil
1 jar strained beef baby food
4 eggs
bacon bits

1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Mix butter until smooth. Add corn oil, baby food and eggs. Mix them all together till smooth.

2. Combine dry ingredients into beef mixture from before and mix until batter is smooth. Fold bacon bits into batter. Spoon batter into a cupcake tin. Bake for  30 minutes. Cool onto a  wire rack. Ice with low fat cream cheese and sprinkle with bacon bits. It makes a dozen pupcakes so if you want to make a bigger batch you might want to double the quantity. You can ice them in the style of breed you would like. For a party you could ice the pupcakes into the your doggy guests!

I hope you liked the recipe!! Happy baking!