Saturday, September 24, 2011

DogDay Care And A Great Easy Recipe For Your Fur Baby















































































Good Morning Friends,




For all those dog lovers out there, today I thought I would share with you.... some awesome pic's from my oldest daughters "Doggie Day Care" business. Her clients just love it when they come to pick up there little fur babies and she shows them what there lil' babies were up to all day. Gosh, I have to tell you.... I had such a hard time in choosing which pictures to post as she is always sending me so many wonderful pictures. I also have included for you a wonderful easy recipe for "Sweet Potato Chewies" for your dog....They are so easy to make and are a great alternative to raw hide chews, not to mention way better health wise and cheaper in price wise for you dogs! Plus if you have a senior dog whose teeth and gums are sensitive....they are the perfect solution to a great and tasty treat for themSWEET POTATO CHEWIES:
Take sweet potato and wash them throughly. Cut in half lengthwise, then cut lenthwise slices 1/4"(for crunchie chews) or 1/3" slices (for a more chewer chew). Place in a single layer on cookie sheet and bake 250 for four hours for crunchie chews or 3 hours for chewy chews. Thats it......Easy or what? You can put them in a plastic container after cooled and store them in your freezer. No need to thaw.....just give them to your pooch right out of the freezer! Just be prepared...If your dog is anything like mine,once your dog has a few of these treats....he will be sitting by the freezer waiting all the time. LOL


I hope you enjoyed!


Until Next time....


Big Hugs, Mary

6 comments:

Stacy said...

What cute doggies! I am going to make my puppies some of those chews very soon. Thanks for sharing!
Hugs~Stacy

TheCrankyCrow said...

Mary!! Those are some AMAZING photos!!! It's so apparent how your daughter loves what she does - and that her "charges" must adore her as well! She should market those photos to a greeting card or calendar company or something! Or should could make up Christmas cards, etc. with her clients pets and sell them to them - the possibilities are endless - she truly has a talent there! Wonderful photos!! And thanks so much for the recipe - I'm actually going to try this! Our (son's) Siberian is just nutty crazy over rawhide chews and they get to be expensive - and I'm thinking they're probably not the best for him. This sounds healthy - and EASY! Thank you! Hope you're well - and enjoying the weekend...Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Mary, what beautiful pictures! Those are lucky dogs to be with your daughter. Thanks for the recipe, one of my daughter's Boston Terriers loves Sweet Potatoes.
Warm Regards,
Susan

Farmhouse prims said...

Thanks for sharing the doggie pictures, tooo cute! I will have to try those sweet potatoe chews. Yummy! Hugs, Lecia

Hillcresthome Prims said...

Mary, Please tell yur daughter, job well done. Her doggie daycare looks better than what soem children have to go too. I LOVE, LOVE the pictures of the doggies. The fur babies you can tell all love each other. They are VERY lucky to have a doogie day care and have her in their world.!!!!!!

Those pictures put a HUGE smile on my face.

Those sweet potatoe fries look yummo!

Huga and Kisses,
Tricia

Raspberry Lane Primitives said...

Mary...this is wonderful. I can't wait to make these for my fur babies!! Thank you!!