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by Jenny Ostoj April 30, 2020
These days, many people are finding themselves baking and cooking more at home. I’ve personally spent a lot more time in the kitchen, which also means I've enjoyed way more than my fair share of homemade brownies, cookies, and scones. To the point that my waistband has officially called for a time out. ;-)
So I’ve started seeking out recipes and treats to make for the pups instead. One of our current favorites is SUPER easy and only takes one ingredient: A sweet potato or yam!
Our pups love sweet potatoes, and I had been purchasing packaged chews at the pet store. They are great because they have a long shelf life and aren't perishable like the homemade version, but I have found that it is way more cost-effective to make these at home and save our budget for the fancier treats that we can't DIY.
This little guy LOVES his sweet potato treats.
It's so simple! Just one yam or sweet potato.
I hope your pups enjoy this super simple treat! Let me know in the comments if you have found that they like them more chewy or crunchy!
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by Jenny Ostoj April 13, 2021
One of the biggest pain points I have as a dog mom is feeling like there is dog stuff EVERYWHERE in our house. In order to combat this issue, I came up with some ways to categorize and organizing our dog clothes, toys, supplies, and gear.
My two biggest goals when organizing are:
None of my organization tips below require you to have a Pinterest-worthy space or matching bins. You can certainly make it that way if you choose, but you'll see that I've personally chosen function over fashion when it comes to my organizational strategy ;-)
Without further ado, here are my top four tips for keeping your dog stuff organized!
by Jenny Ostoj March 15, 2021
Dogs are constantly grooming themselves, which means that any surface they are in contact with is likely being ingested. I decided to start with finding non-toxic dog-friendly DIY cleaner recipes for their dog bowls plus our floors, surfaces, windows, and toilet bowls. There are tons of recipes available online, but I chose formulas that had minimal ingredients that I had already at home, and have opted not to use essential oils for scent though some recipes include this as an option. (I just know dog noses are super sensitive and that essential oils are extremely concentrated, so I've opted to personally avoid it since the natural vinegar smell dissipates quite quickly).
Below is a list of recipes we decided to try out!
by Jenny Ostoj March 03, 2021