These artists used paw prints to create flowers. Photos via Pinterest Summertime is here, which means that kids—and sometimes adults—are often looking for fun projects to occupy their time. How about making art with your dog? There are lots of ways to. . .Read More »
The cold weather can wreak havoc on our dogs’ paws causing cracks, bleeding, and, if left untreated, an infection. We have a simple routine to keep all the paws in our home properly cared for during the cold winter and hot summer months.
Planning a Skye PAW Patrol birthday party for your preschooler? This simple, step-by-step guide will transform your home into a cloud-, helicopter-, and pink-and-blue-filled wonderland! Make your child’s wishes come true with the PAW Patrol birthday party they’ve always dreamed of with our kids party planning tips, free printable party supplies, recipes, party games, and more.
2 T. olive oil 2 T. coconut oil 1.5 T shea butter 2 T. beeswax (small pellets work best for melting and measuring) In a microwave safe small container, combine the 4 ingredients. Heat in 30 second increments, stirring between until melted.
His, Hers & the Dogs / Entryway Key Hooks This hand-stained, hand-painted wooden sign measures approximately 11x8. The piece has been stained in dark walnut to bring out the natural beauty of the wood grain and then waxed for added shine and longevity. The lettering has been hand-painted in antique white and reads his and hers and a single dog paw. The sign comes with three bronze rubbed hooks for keys, leashes and other doggy paraphernalia. This sign is very sturdy and comes ready...