Fitdog Sports Club_Dog Blog_Ways To Keep Your Home Smelling Lovely

Ways to keep your home smelling lovely

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Spring breezes, garden-fresh floral arrangements, and fresh cut grass – the aromas that Spring is in the air! But, these scents aren’t always how you describe a home with a dog. We all know our cute little pup can bring some funny odors into our homes. It’s important to stay away from spraying a layer of perfume all over and instead to treat the problem at the source. Here are some of our favorite tips and tricks to keep your home smelling lovely! Clean up any messes promptly When you realize your pup has had an accident, be sure to...

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Fitdog Sports Club_Dog Blog_5 Kitchen Staples To Keep Your Dog Happy & Healthy In The New Year

5 kitchen staples to keep your dog happy and healthy in the new year

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Keep your dog happy and healthy this new year! We’ve shared what types of fruits and vegetables your pup should avoid, but did you know that there are household items that will help keep your pup healthy? We’ve rounded up five of our favorite kitchen staples that you can use to start your dog off on the right paw. Carrots Carrots make tasty treats plus they are low in calories and high in fiber and vitamins. Give them to your pup steamed, raw or freeze them to make a chew treat. Chicken & Rice Boiled chicken and rice is a quick and...

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Fitdog Sports Club Blog_Frozen Treats Blog

Summer dog treats you can make at home

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Summer is the perfect time to whip up some homemade treats for your pup. A frozen treat is a great way for your dog to get extra healthy fruits and vegetables into their diet. Here are some healthy frozen treats to keep your pup cool all summer long. Frozen Kong Treats These treats are simple, fun and can keep your pup entertained for quite some time! You can use sweet potato and peanut butter, or you can combine any of the following dog-friendly foods for some variety: mashed banana, yogurt, and mashed carrots. Get creative! Combine ½ a roasted sweet...

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How to create a doggy friendly Easter basket

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Easter is right around the corner, and there’s no reason why your pup can’t get into the fun. While the kids open their Easter baskets, give fido a dog-approved one of his one with just a few adjustments. Step 1: Pick a container. You can use just about any basket, bucket, or bowl that you might have handy. We like the personalized bucket from Harry Barker for a holiday splurge, and of course, had to put Brecken’s name on it! While you shouldn’t offer your dog a piece of that chocolate bunny (chocolate is toxic to dogs), you can make...

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DIY dog Valentine “chocolate” treats

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We all know dogs can't eat chocolate. But you can make your own "chocolate" treats by substituting carob, a doggy safe chocolate alternative. I found two carob recipes online, a Mock Chocolate Carob-Walnut Bark and a Peanut Butter & “Chocolate” Truffle, that make perfect treats for any Valentine’s. Mock Chocolate Carob-Walnut Bark From All Things Dog Blog Ingredients 4 cups carob chips 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter 1/2 cup chopped walnuts (dry roasted peanuts are good too) 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon Preparation I decided to make the Mock Chocolate Carob-Walnut Bark first. It's a super easy recipe and has inspired me...

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Teach your dog to love treadmill exercise

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Exercising on a treadmill is a powerful tool that can help dogs improve muscle strength and stamina, prevent obesity, aid weight loss, and provide mental stimulation. If you have a hyperactive or obese dog, treadmill training could be your answer to a calm, well-behaved, and fit dog. Here are five easy at-home steps to train your dog to exercise on a treadmill. Step 1 Your first goal is to get your dog comfortable around and on the treadmill. (Never force your dog to do anything he or she is not ready to do). You first want to lure your dog...

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