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FROZEN DOG TREATS
are a Sweet or Savory Refreshment
Frozen n dog treats are a welcome treat for a trip to the beach, laying in the sun pool side or a fun filled frisbee day at the beach.

Closer to home, who of us haven't given our dogs a few ice cubes in their water on a hot day? Or if they were really lucky, a few ice cubes to chase around or chomp on.

Yet, our dogs deserve variety and flavor. That's why we have frozen and dog ice cream recipes to choose from. Gone are the days of plain ice cubes. Look out freezer, here we come.

What Can You Freeze for Your Dog?

Vegetables & Fruit - Yep, plain ol' veggies like green beans, squash and sweet potato are fun to freeze and give as a cold treat. Just as fun are icy cool bananas, strawberries and apples.

Chicken & Beef Broth - This should be a staple in your doggie pantry. It makes for great homemade dog treats, like the chicken broth biscuit recipe, but it is also a base ingredient for many chilly dog treats. Broth that is low in sodium is preferable to use for all of your dog treat recipes.

Fruit Juices - You can use fruit juices for cold treats on a hot day. It's best to use juices that are lower in sugar. For example, look for juices that list "no added sugar".

Yogurts - Another base ingredient, is plain low fat yogurt. You'll find many ways to mix this into your frozen dog treats.

Baby Foods - These make a nice addition to a cool snack. Use organic fruit or vegetable blends for added flavor.

Tips & Techniques

Ice Cube Trays - When using ice cube trays to freeze treats for your dog, you may want to buy a set just for him. You can make them a different color or style than the trays your family uses. There's nothing worse than putting a chicken broth ice cube in your glass of water!

Cupcake Liners - You can use paper liners instead of ice cube trays to freeze treats. Once frozen, let them sit at room temperature for a few minutes. Then simply tear away the paper liner and watch your dog enjoy her treat.

Keep in mind, any time you're warm, your dog most likely is, too. So, when you come back from a long walk, hanging out by the pool or really working up a pant by competing in agility or fly-ball, remember, homemade frozen dog treats are sure to hit the spot.
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HI our web page is going to be up and running in 2 months we just hired a web developer but you can find us on Facebook right now. not sure which province you are in but here are our links all the pets that need homes and information are on these links some puppies do come in right up to older dogs. To contact that agency is the number in post

For ontario - https://www.facebook.com/groups/835371069879722/
For Nova scotia - https://www.facebook.com/groups/216586418681873/
For B.C - https://www.facebook.com/groups/119081655138126/

I will let you also know when web is up and running

Thanks Tuesday D'Eon

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NEED ANOTHER REASON TO ADOPT ???
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LIVING WITH A DOG MAKES YOU SMILE
The minute you lay eyes on the little guy for the first time, you smile. It may not be an ear to ear smile. More likely it's one of those "aww look at that face" smiles. Kind of a lip-trembling happy frown smile.
But as the pup grows into a fully grown dog or as your rescue buddy turn into part of your home, you smile more and more. When he does something cute, you smile. When she goes potty outside, you smile. When they get tired and walk over and curl up in your lap, you smile. Even after he destroys your favorite shoe, you learn to smile (after a few minutes of not smiling).
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There are plenty of animals to choose from at most shelters. They come in every age, shape, size, coat color and breed mix, and you can find purebreds at shelters as well. In fact, many breeds have their own rescue organizations, so if you're looking for a purebred, make sure to check both your local shelter and breed rescue organization.
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Army crawling is a fun trick to teach to your dog that helps him improve his physical fitness.
Some dogs will begin to crawl without training when attempting to sneak onto the couch or hoover up crumbs from the carpet.

Start by commanding your dog to lie down. Hold a treat firmly between your fingers so that your dog can smell and lick the treat but cannot take it from your hand.

Hold the treat in front of your dog’s nose, and slowly drag it along the floor. As soon as your dog crawls just a few feet, praise him, and give him the treat. If the dog stands up to take the treat, quickly take it away, and start again from the beginning.

Try to get your dog to crawl for a slightly longer distance each time. Once he has mastered the trick, command your dog to lie down when he is at least 10 – 15 feet away, and then get him to crawl towards you.
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LIFE BEFORE AND AFTER SHOTS
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LIFE BEFORE AND AFTER SHOTS
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LIFE BEFORE AND AFTER: The Lifespan Of Your Electronics
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