Happy Thanksgiving to all our family and friends! We will be hosting the dinner today. Mom is working on the big bird in the kitchen so it is done on time. Despite the sadness in our lives right now, we have so many things to be thankful for. We have a mom who loves us so much, a great home, plenty of healthy food, our sports, lots of fun adventures, and plenty of exercise. Our friends online and in Blogville are also something we are very thankful for. All the support in good and sad times is amazing. [Read more…]
This Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for many things. I have a wonderful home full of love, a Mom who loves me to death, pawsome fur siblings, plenty of healthy food to eat, and so many opportunities many dogs never get. We are all especially thankful for Katie and her good health. It is not easy being a large breed and almost 13 1/2 years old, but she is still happy and has a zest for life we all admire. Of course, I’m so thankful to all of you who visit my blog and social media pages. Without you, I would have no blog! Thank you so much! [Read more…]
Happy Thanksgiving my friends!
Love, Bailie, Katie, and Emma [Read more…]
My sisters and I want to wish all our friends a Happy Thanksgiving!
We are very lucky to have a wonderful home filled with lots of love and just about everything a dog could want or need. I also am so thankful for all my online friends and fans, what a great group of folks! Of course, I am seriously thankful for wabbits and squirrels! Lots of dogs are not as fortunate and we are sad for them. It is a great time of the year to make a donation of supplies or money to your local shelter. [Read more…]
Today is Thanksgiving! I have so much to be thankful for – my wonderful mommy that takes great care of me, gives me such a great home with just about everything a dog could need, my sister Katie, my cats Bert and Sophie, my other human relatives and all my furry and human friends that I know in person and online. I love Thanksgiving because there is so much good food and mom always weakens and gives us more than she had planned to. We have people over to visit and share the big meal with us which is always a lot of fun. Katie and I make sure nothing that falls on the floor stays there – it is always doggie vacuumed up immediately.
I want to wish all my readers, their families and their pets
a wonderful turkey filled Happy Thanksgiving Day!
Thanksgiving is coming up with lots and lots of tasty food and lots of humans stuffing themselves. What about us dogs? I was going to bake some cookies with pumpkin for today’s post but then my friend at Adventures of a Dog Mom posted such a cool dessert I had to try making it and since it was so yummy I have to share it.
Remember, your puppy dogs don’t eat like humans, so you can’t just give them some of everything you are serving. A little turkey
meat if it is plain is ok, but keep anything with the onions away from us dogs. Also, we don’t do well with fatty foods like butter, cream, etc, so keep that away from us too. We also should not indulge in your human pumpkin pie. Since I know mom will cook up the turkey giblets for us for the main course, I want to make these mini pumpkin pies for Katie and I for dessert. I tried the recipe from Adventures of a Dog Mom and it was super easy and even more tasty.
Simply add the ingredients for the crust together in a mixing bowl or food processor. Mom had me mix it all with my paws. Spray down 2 sheets of wax paper with no stick spray, put the crust dough in the middle and roll it out to about 1/8″ thick and then cut it into 3-4″ circles depending on the size of your muffin tin. Put the circles in the muffin form and push them in until they are in there like a pie crust, toss in the oven for 8 minutes, remove and cool. If you own a cat like my cat bro Bert, make sure he does not steal the pie shells!
Next just add the pumpkin at room temperature, a good tablespoon per pie and then add a small spoon of plain yogurt to the top.
Eating is the best part…I licked the yogurt off mine first and then ate the rest. They are inexpensive, fast, easy and so yummy in the tummy! Give you pups some pie this Thanksgiving, they will love you for it!
Click here for a printable PDF of the recipe.
Oh yes – Thanksgiving, a day of eating until we drop followed by lots of napping! I am thankful for so many things – my great family and friends (2 & 4 legged), a wonderful home, all the squirrels and rabbits in the neighborhood, children (and some clumsy adults) at the dinner table that drop a lot of food on the floor and the onset of winter so we can play in the snow. Although Katie and I can’t sit at the table with the people, we know that mom will make us something tasty with leftover turkey and a bit of gravy on our dinners, and we make sure that all the food that falls on the floor is doggie vacuumed up.
I want to wish all my readers, their families and their pets a wonderful turkey filled day!