Having trouble getting your pup to stay still while bathing them? ⁉🤔 Here is a dog bathing hack 💡
☝👉Try smearing some peanut butter on the wall! Peanut butter takes awhile to eat since it’s so sticky, and it will keep them distracted with a tasty treat while you wash them! ✋Just make sure that the peanut butter is 100% peanuts only with no added sweeteners (like xylitol) which are toxic for dogs!
Here are 6 dangerous foods for your dog!👇👇👇
The ingredient that is dangerous to dogs is theobromine.
It takes just one raisin for a dog to be seriously ill, as raisins are associated with kidney failure. A dog experiencing raisin toxicosis usually develops vomiting, lethargy or diarrhoea within 12 hours of eating them.
🖇3. and 🖇4. Garlic and Onions
Garlic and onions are quite similar in that they both contain compounds that can seriously damage a dog’s red blood cells if ingested in large enough amounts.
Grapes are much like raisins in that they don’t affect all breeds or even affect the breeds that they do all of the time. So be careful!
🖇6. Bread Dough
The expanding bread dough can push the stomach up against the diaphragm causing breathing difficulties.
Spoil your dog today with some tasty homemade cookie!🍪😍🎉
All you need is:
✅peanut butter (ensure it is xylitol free)
✍Mix all the ingredients together in one bowl to form a dough, then roll out and cut into whatever shapes you like – probably bone cookie cutter makes the perfect doggie treat! That's all, bon appétit! 💛
Today we are going to make Peanut Butter & Banana Ice Cream for our dogs.🥜🍌🍨
Here is what we need for it:
✅2 Tbsp peanut butter
✅2 Tbsp plain yogurt (use non-fat or non-dairy alternative, like coconut milk if you prefer)
Dice up a ripe banana and freeze for at least 4 hours.
In a food processor, place the frozen banana, peanut butter, and yogurt in the bowl and blitz until smooth. Serve with a sprinkle of cookies, a dollop of fruit, or just as it is.
Your dog will thank you.😎🐶
📈Young puppies have the most rapid heartbeats: 160 to 200 beats per minute at birth and up to 220 bpm when they are 2 weeks old. An adult dog’s heart beats 60 to 140 times per minute. Usually, the larger the dog, the slower the heart rate. A toy dog’s heart rate can be as high as 180 bpm.
📌To check your dog’s heart rate, put your hand on the inside of the rear leg at mid-thigh. You should feel the femoral artery pulsing near the surface. It’s easiest to find if your dog is standing. Count the number of beats you feel during a 15-second period and multiply by four to get the beats per minute.
Surprise your fur-baby with some baked dog treats filled with pumpkin and peanut butter.
2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 cup canned pumpkin
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
Whisk together the flour, eggs, pumpkin, peanut butter, salt, and cinnamon in a bowl. Add water as needed to help make the dough workable, but the dough should be dry and stiff. Roll the dough into a 1/2-inch-thick roll. Cut into 1/2-inch pieces. Bake in preheated oven until hard, about 40 minutes.
Your pets will be wagging their tails with glee meaning "Thank You!"💞🐶