Hot Day Dog Treats

imageSimple and quick freezer dog treats.

Hot Day Dog Treats

One small can of high-quality high taste dog food.  Mix with approximately triple quantity plain no sugar yogurt or Greek yogurt.  Fill 3 ounce Dixie bath cups 1/3 to 1/2 full, then fill cups with plain yogurt to top.   Add a mini dog treat on top and put in freezer.    Freezes fast due to small size.

Add ins: spoonful of pumpkin, ground flax seed,  small piece of fresh parsley or mint, small slice of fresh fruit, small piece of cooked liver, sprinkle nutritional yeast on top, other healthy stuff.

My doggies don’t eat the cups.  You may wish to peel the cups off the treat.





Stocking up for our Nephews (and Mom’s bad Math)


Rommy, Roscoe and Monty
Rommy, Roscoe and Monty

Hi, Rommy, Roscoe and Monty here, regular guest bloggers on sanseilife.




Our story? Our sister Haley, her husband Matt, and their three kids Buster, Remmy and Ranger are coming for a visit!

Haley and Matt are humans but thank goodness their kids are canines!

Mom is stocking up with food for us.    She’s going to have to go back to the store again because this is not clearly not enough.

She also has a problem with math.  Two boxes of dog treats at 20 pounds each, do you see the problem here?

Well the canines out there will  be able to figure it out quickly but for you humans we will have to spell it out.

Six doggies divided into 40 pounds of dog treats does not come out to and easily calculated division.

We clearly need 20 more pounds of dog treats!

60 pounds of dog treats divided by six dogs equals 10 pounds of dog treats per dog, a very easily calculated division of treats.

Sigh, poor Mom, she is soooooo mentally challenged.





image Last but not least, Buster (Mom’s favorite nephew we think.)  (Yikes!  Steven and Jeremy we meant doggy nephew, human nephews are a totally different story…..)