Hi! Roscoe, Monty and Henry here with a guest blog post.
This weeks extreme dog treats? Turkey tails, lamb pizzle and wild caught cod skins. Smelly fish skin is one of our favorites but mom sometimes passes over smelly fish skins and gets something like turkey tails…
This week we got something smelly and something boring, a bit light on the snacks this week because:
Mom decided to start researching eco-friendly toys, eco-friendly doggy deodorizing products, and a FURminator for Roscoe!
When Roscoe was young, before we figured out he had Addison’s disease, he had no fur because of his illness, so no brushing for him because he didn’t need it! Now that he’s been on his medication for Addison’s he’s got lots of fur. But hates brushing because he never had to deal with it before. The FURminator gets more of that loose hair off of Roscoe before he gets annoyed and whimpers for mom to go away! The stupid brush was over $70 but they just changed the packaging and the same brush in the old packaging was almost 50% off! Yay mom way to shop! But mom just think about how many treats you could’ve bought for $35…
Hi! Roscoe, Monty and Henry here with a guest blog post. What’s in the treat bin this week?
Mom finally discovered bulk treats! With three big boys this is a good idea. Our favs, salmon skins, chicken feet, cow ears and beef treachea! We would really like some kind of pork treats but Mom is not sure pork fat is good for us like salmon oil…
Extreme dog treats rule, bone appetit, er bon appetit🐶!
Booker here, a guest blogger at sanseilife and a Little Free Library.
Who visits the Little Free Library?
John and his dog Shadow visit every day for 2 dog treats. Shadow first must sit and then shake hands.
John never even looked at the books. Just not interested in reading some story. Today this book caught his eye.
John has always wondered about fly fishing and just retired last year. John definitely has the reading bug now!
Who knows how many books are sitting on shelves waiting to be read or reread. This free program allows you to pick a book, keep it for as long as you need to finish reading it, return it and exchange it for a new book.
Or do you have a favorite book you want to share with others? Just place it in the free reading library! You may change someone’s life.
This is really a neighborhood book exchange located in the small suburb of Arvada, Colorado at 74th and Wadsworth. It creates an opportunity for neighbors to share books, including children’s books.