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Happiness with pets exists in so many ways! I know that with my sweet dog Gia, happiness exists all around. Whether she’s giving me a slobbery kiss, a joyful tail wag or scarfing down a homemade treat, she is happy.
I’ve been spending some time on PawCulture™. My pets bring me so much happiness and I love to relax and read more about this topic!
Over at PawCulture, they work to create an community to inform their readers, inspire their readers and entertain the devoted pet parents who visit their site.
PawCulture shares helpful advice, useful tips and superior posts!
PawCulture is a trusted pet resource for my family. While reading some of their articles, I stumbled upon some recipes for dog treats. Pet recipes, how awesome is that?
While browsing the site, I found this delicious looking recipe for a dog cake. With a few adaptions to make it allergy-friendly, it would be a hit at our house! I love the idea of making food for my special girl! I love that I can find ideas of how to better care for my girl on PawCulture.
A few years ago when we got Gia, I created some treats for her. I had to do this because we had multiple food allergies in our house, including a peanut allergy.
Many of the dog treats contain peanut butter or they are run on the same line as peanut butter. This poses are problem for a peanut allergy kiddo. We also had gluten and dairy to contend with.
So I got to work in the kitchen to create some treats for our sweet girl! Thanks for the inspiration of PawCulture, I am back in the kitchen creating again! Just simple recipes that our girls loves!
I created some delicious Frozen Apple Carrot Cubes. These are particularly delicious on a warm day! The puree is a simple one: water, carrots, apples.
Of course I did get a super cute paw mold to freeze these cubes into a paw shape!
While the actual paw shape, probably doesn’t make any difference to Gia…it does to her mamma!
I love them! How can you resist? 🙂
- 1 carrot, peeled
- 1 apple, cored and deseeded
- ½ c water
- Puree into a smooth mixture in a blender.
- Pour into ice cube trays or molds. Freeze.
- Once frozen, your pet can enjoy in moderation!
You can’t deny the unbreakable bond between pets and their people!
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