I make my own pumpkin peanut butter treats for Tucker. I typically make them into a little round cookie. But is there a better shape to use for training? He is really bad about inhaling treats in excitement.
I've done my research and I know what ingredients are "bad", but the dog food my vet recommends (IAMS for puppies) is full of the junk I'm trying to avoid! Should I feed my dog this "filler" food or do I need to consider switching to a more healthy diet?
I've seen the car restraints that you attach to the handle on your ceiling and basically attach the dog via a c-clip, but I'm not impressed. Tucker tends to try to jump to the front seat of my car. He paces a lot in the back seat too. Any recommendations on what kind of seat belt...
I found this recipe on Pinterest... Every dog I've given these treats to loves them!
2/3 c pumpkin puree
2 1/2 c whole wheat flour
3 tbs peanut butter
bake for 15 minutes on 350 for soft treats or 30 minutes for harder ones. You can cut the dough just like you would sugar cookies...
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My four year old Jack Russell Terrier, Tucker, unfortunately has cataracts. As many of you may know, the breed is well known for their tremendous amount of energy. My Tucker, like many Terriers, loves to play fetch...