Author: YoCanine

Helping you connect with your canine. We offer pup parents health tips, recipes, activity ideas, DIYs and more.

These doggy pancakes only require a few ingredients and are super healthy for your pup! Whether joining you on Sunday brunch or just having a sweet treat, your dog will thank you for whipping these up! Keep reading to learn how to make these scrumptious Dog Banana Pancakes. Pancake Dog Treat Recipe This recipe is great because it’s so simple! Step one: Mash bananas Step two: Whisk eggs Step three: Combine bananas and eggs Step four: Fry Step five: Devor (Binky approves) Tips for Making Dog Pancakes Here are some tips for making the best puppy pancakes Flip When…

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Binky is very proud I named these dog treats after him. They’re filled with a pup’s favorite things: peanut butter, bacon and cheese. Okay, these aren’t the healthiest dog treat recipe you’ll find. But still, they’re way better than the store-bought ones. And, every canine deserves to be spoiled once in a while. These bacon and cheese dog treats are made using silicone molds. They pop out in a bone form, perfect for a bite-sized snack. Are you ready to be (or keep being) your dog’s favorite person? Get your apron on, Betty Crocker. CAUTION: Beware of peanut butter brands…

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Struggling with what to write in your Valentine’s Day card? Should you go with something sweet or funny? Or… maybe you should just write a dog Valentine puns and call it a day. In this post, you’ll learn some pretty pawesome dog puns that will be hilarious to your Valentine. We recommend buying, printing off or making a card with a dog on the front so that the puns make sense. If your partner really loves puns, put one on the front and one in the card. Dog Valentine Puns: The Words There are so many dog pun words that…

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Looking for some things you can do for your dog this Valentine’s Day? You should be! Dogs bless our lives each day with unconditional love, so it’s only fitting that we celebrate the day of love with them. Here are 11 different ways you can surprise your furpal this year. 11 Valentine’s Ideas for Him: Your Dog Whether you’re looking to splurge a little or need a completely free surprise, you’ll find something good on this list. #1 Cook Him a Special Meal What would you do for your partner? Perhaps you’d go out for a meal or stay at…

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Feeling a little sad you haven’t met your fur-ever soulmate yet? Don’t be. This Valentine’s Day, make your dog your date. Here’s 14 reasons why it’s a great idea ? #1  You don’t need to share your food. Ever have your partner try to steal your French fries? Or insist on splitting dessert? Your dog may beg, but you don’t have to give in. #2 You don’t have to dress up. Why go through the trouble of hair, makeup and wardrobe when Buddy loves you just the way you are? #3 No present pondering. Unlike boyfriends and girlfriends, dogs aren’t hard…

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You don’t need a partner to celebrate Valentine’s day! Spend it with the one who loves you the most: Your dog. Here are 8 fun ways to celebrate the day with your furry friend. #1 Take Pics When you scroll through your Facebook or Instagram on February 14, you’re likely to see many romantic posts such as, “Omg look what my wonderful boyfriend Jeremy surprised me with #BestBoyfriendEver.” The same way people inundate you with their romantic posts, inundate them on your own Valentine’s Day. Here’s some pic and caption ideas: Pic of heat shaped toys— “Rover loves what I…

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Adopting a new puppy is an important decision and one that you should not make lightly. Remember that adopting a dog is a commitment that lasts for their entire lifetime. To make sure you are ready for your new pup and aware of the commitment you are making, get the following things done before finalizing the adoption. 1.  Make Sure You’re Ready for a Puppy The very first thing to think about is whether you are really ready to handle a puppy. Remember that adopting a puppy is not right for everyone. You can also adopt an older dog. It…

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Watermelon is a refreshing summer snack and it’s one that dogs just love too. But is it healtht for them? This pink fruit is a good choice to give your dog as a snack, but there’s a few caveats. First, we’ll dive into the health benefits of watermelon for dogs and then address whether dogs can eat watermelon rind, watermelon with white seeds and other common questions. Keep reading for your full guide on dogs and watermelons Can Dogs Eat Watermelon? Dogs can eat watermelon but try to serve them a seedless, rindless piece, as recommended by the American…

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