6 Wooferrific Homemade Gifts For Your Pooch
You know what they say: a dog is man's best friend. We couldn't agree more! And because man's best friend deserves nothing but the best, we have 6 homemade treats that you can share with your four-legged family member to show them just how much they mean to you.
1. Customized DIY Shrinky Dinks
Want to jazz up your dog's collar with a personalized pendant? Or do you want to keep a homemade picture of your dog close to your heart and always nearby? Thanks to these personalized shrinky dinks, you can easily make your own charms! Learn more here.
2. Healthy Doggie Ice Cream
Hot summer days can really slow you down, but our canine friends also have to fight the heat. Luckily, there's a new way to help man's best friend cool down: treat him to a delicious and healthy doggie ice cream! Now your furry friend can also enjoy the dog days of summer, and let's be honest, no one can resist a delicious ice cold treat. Learn more here.
3. Homemade Doggie Biscuits
One of the best parts of baking cookies is the pleasant anticipation, but of course our cookie ingredients are way off limits for canines. Chocolate, nuts, raisins, sugar, butter, you name it: God forbid your dog get ahold of any of them. But now with this super simple recipe, you can surprise Fido with his very own cookies! And they're not only delicious, but also quite healthy and fun to make. Learn more here.
4. Makeshift Dog Bed
Just like us, our four-legged friends love a cozy little bed to snuggle up in. And since there's no one who loves us so unconditionally, gives friendlier (if sloppy) kisses, or spends a lifetime being thrilled — just thrilled! — that we're home, don't you think Rover deserves the best when it comes to bedtime? Learn more here.
5. Dog-Friendly Birthday Cake
Humans aren't the only ones with birthdays, so feel free to celebrate your pooch with this yummy dog-friendly cake the next time his birthday rolls around. After all, your four-legged friend deserves to be spoiled! Please Note: The entire cake can only be eaten by dogs weighing at least 55 pounds. Smaller dogs can only eat a small portion at a time, so please make sure to monitor your furry friend! Please also make sure that your dog doesn't suffer from any food intolerances before serving them this treat. Learn more here.
6. Upcycled Dog Bed
When you take dogs to a new place, the four-legged canines are often overwhelmed by all the new sounds and smells they encounter. That's why their owners often take an old sweater or shirt with them for their dogs to snuggle up inside. The familiar scent of their owner is very important, especially when staying at a doggie hotel or going on a short trip away from home. Here we'll show you how to create a soft bed for your beloved dog from an old sweatshirt so that they feel right at home wherever they go! Learn more here.
Don't these treats & gifts look amazing?! Your dog won't be able to keep his paws to himself!