In case you didn’t already know, here at Pawsh we’re total book worms! We adore reading anything we can find about our canine sidekicks and would like to start a regular column in which we share some of the most interesting dog articles we find. To kick things off, here are six fascinating (and very moving) dog related articles that we can’t stop reading!
What does a dog need to be happy? There is a lot of debate about this in the pet community, but I am personally a firm believer that the bare basics (food, water, shelter, regular vet visits and cuddles) aren’t really enough for a well-rounded canine life. Like us, they need adventure, fun and socialization, but coming up with new, dog-friendly activities can be a challenge. So here to help are 15 friendly suggestions to increase your dog’s happiness: (more…)
Itty-bitty bite-sized treats that will make a huge impression whenever you entertain canine guests. Plus, they will make your kitchen smell amazing! Part crunchy crouton, part moreish cracker, these pint-sized poppers make a pretty pet-friendly addition to any festive fall tabletop. Plus the pups are sure to guzzle them down faster than a turkey can say ‘gobble!’ (more…)
We all want to treat our pets to the very best care, goodies and fun, but sometimes (especially in this economy) pet owners need to be mindful of budgets. Here are five easy ways to spoil your dog without breaking the bank or sacrificing goodies! (more…)
Your pups will say cheese for these Cheesy Chickpea Chips — an easy dog treat recipe that makes crispy little chips of goodness for your hungry hound! They take 10 minutes to make and 20 minutes to bake! Here’s how:
– 1 cup of drained, rinsed tinned chickpeas
(you can also use dried as long as soak them before hand)
– 1 tbsp peanut butter
– 1/4 cup of rice or almond flour
– 1 tbsp coconut oil
– 1/8 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
1. Use a fork to crush and squash the chickpeas.
2. Mix in the remaining ingredients. The batter will be a bit chunky so it may be easiest to ‘knead’ the mixture using your hands until firm.
3. Use a rolling pin to roll out the mixture on a flat surface.
4. Grab your trusty cookie cutter (something ‘bite-sized’ or approximately the size of a bottle cap) and cut out as many cookies as you’d like.
5. Place on a greased cookie sheet and bake at 350F for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.*
6. Allow to cool and fill up the dog treat tin for future spoiling!
*Feel free to melt a bit of extra cheese on top of these crispy biscuits if you feel like making them extra special!
A yummy treat for any dog you meet! These are becoming a must-have staple in Pawsh Studio and our furry visitors go bonkers for them!