I was able to get my hands on a fancy-pants pet camera (Thanks, Ariel!) that had wifi, night vision, two-way audio, motion detection, a phone app, notifications, and even a treat dispenser!
But this wasn’t just a webcam — this was supposed to be a state-of-the-art surveillance swat team of a camera that also allows me to
taunt coo at my kitties while rewarding them for chilling out in front of the camera. Here’s how my pet camera trial went down…
Before we continue, two things: One, I am not a veterinarian. This is simply what has worked for us and our pup. Two, we are about to talk about poop. LOTS OF POOP. If you’re eating a tasty burrito, maybe set it down ’til we’re done.
These are so ridiculously easy to make. They’re great for squishing pills into, which is why I make them (just make sure to shred them really small so you get the right consistency or else the finished treats will fall apart). My dogs love them, and I love knowing exactly they are eating. Here’s how I make them…
During the summer months, my dog Hector gets overheated really fast. He’s a Corgi-black lab mix, so no matter what the season he’s got a thick black coat surrounding his stumpy little body at all times. This recipe came about after I made a large batch of stock from the remains of a roasted chicken, and it’s both easy and economical.
Because I am a perfectly sane, really hip, non cat-hoarding, cat lady in training, and because I love everything Joy The Baker puts out… I decided to make my own cat treats. So if you’re a cat lady in training like me, or you’ve got some friends with cute cat kids, make em’ some treats!
The kitchen can be torture for a pet with a culinary-inclined owner. I know my own direwolf sits proper for the entire time I’m cooking, in hopes of receiving scraps. So here’s my grain-free, no-filler recipe that my direwolves snap up.