Happy Wednesday everyone, and welcome to another (almost) Wordless Wednesday. As always, I am joining the blog hop with Blogpaws. Don’t forget to check out all the great posts from my fellow pet bloggers. I’ll apologize now for the blurry pictures. Carrying my great big camera around for documenting real moments is just to hard. Read More
Don’t you love headbands?! They are such a cute way to throw your hair back in a pinch. I love those days when my curls cooperate and I can use a headband to push them out of my face and still show them off (otherwise I wrap them up and hide them in a bun). I know that doesn’t seem to have much to do with pets, but what I’m getting at today is dog headbands! A super easy, ten minute craft that will look as cute on your pet as it does on you. *Bonus, you can make matching ones. I just thought of that, and it’s now on my to do list (I love Max, but sometimes I need a girl dog). Anyway… super easy craft – three supplies, one tool, and your pooch is ready for a beautiful hair day at the park! Let’s get started shall we?
This post is part of the Blogpaws Wordless Wednesday blog hop. Don’t forget to check out all the other amazing pet bloggers below.
Making sure you provide a well balanced diet for your herp is just as important as eating enough fruits and veggies yourself. With all the commercial foods it’s easy to get distracted from what a well balanced diet actually looks like. To start with the obvious, it’s going to look different for different herps, but should consist of one or both of these things: plant and live food. Commercial foods are balanced, generally healthy, and readily available, but fresh food plays such an important role in your pets mental and physical well being that it can’t be put aside!
Two things birds love best, entertainment and treats. This toy combines both for an easy, 4 step, DIY bird treat toy.
This post is part of the Blogpaws wordless Wednesday blog hop.
This post is part of the Blogpaws Wordless Wednesday Blog hop. Don’t forget to check out the other great pet bloggers participating below.
Sometimes when you’re trying to get photos for a project you just end up with some goofy moments.
If you’re an animal lover then at some point in time your house is probably going to smell like it. We’ve all been to that house (or owned that house) where you know a hundred cats live even if you never see one.I was watching the newest Jim Gaffigan special and he said this thing about going into his neighbor’s apartment and she asked him “Does it smell like cats in here?” and he said “No, but is smells like you have a box of poop in your house. Is that the same question?” I couldn’t help but laugh… a lot… because I’ve been that neighbor. On the other hand there’s that person with five dogs and her house smells like roses and fresh cookies. I envy those people. I didn’t notice the smell so much when I was in college and younger, but now that I’m grown and have other moms who bring their kids over I’m a little more self conscious about it. So I figured out some ways to alleviate this problem.
Plastic kiddie pools are really amazing things. They are usually about 10.00 and lead to hours of summer fun, but did you know they are great for pets too? Here are eight ways you can use a kiddie pool to make your pet’s day.
Spring is here and so is that compulsive cleaning urge they call Spring Cleaning. I’ll be honest I’m a victim to the need to spring clean … but I’m also a victim of needing to enjoy the weather before it gets too hot. I love sitting in the shade and reading a good book, or taking the kids to the park. I really love after dinner walks with Max, now that the sun stays up until 7:30!
In between all the fun stuff though I know that some cleaning still has to be done. That said, here’s a few things you can do to make sure your pets are spring cleaned. This is a great weekend project. so take this weekend to get your pets and their stuff nice and clean and then download my printable pet cleaning schedule so you can keep everything Spring fresh all year long.