Ice cream and birthday cake for dogs are 2 simple things that can turn an average day into a dog birthday party! Here are some dog cake recipes to try, plus the inside scoop on how we include our dogs when we go to Dairy Queen.
Did you know that dog age is actually influenced by your dog’s breed and size? That’s right, there’s much more to it than just multiplying by 7 to get your dog’s age in human years. Here is a much more accurate way to determine dog age.
Hosting a dog birthday party is not only a great way to have some fun, but it’s also a great way to help socialize your dog. It’s also a great reason to get together with friends and family that are also dog lovers. Here are tips for planning a dog birthday party.
Check out this dog photo gallery that’s filled with pictures of dogs wearing hats and other forms of doggie-friendly headwear — including dog wigs.
You’ve heard for years that to figure a dog’s age in ‘dog years’ you should just add 7 to each year that your dog has been alive. That should give you the human equivalent of your dog’s age. Wrong!
Here’s a funny — but true — look at what makes someone a dog person… How many of these things do YOU do???
Funny videos of dogs wearing hats — all sorts of hats from birthday hats to baseball caps to santa hats. Enjoy!
I was surprised to learn how many dog owners actually celebrate the birthdays of their beloved pets by throwing Dog Birthday Parties and serving Dog Birthday Cakes. Here are the fun facts… Plus all the details for you to have your very own Dog Birthday Party!
If you’re dog is celebrating a Birthday, or some other special occasion, then he deserves an extra-special treat like these Dog-Friendly Frosted Cakes & Treats that can be shipped to your door… Or even a Dog Birthday Cake that you can make yourself! Here are some fancy treats for your dog and the party guests…
Any dog — or dog lover — will enjoy these completely personalized doggie gift baskets. You say exactly what you what in it, and that special someone — and their dog — will thank you for such a thoughtful gift!
Our American Eskimo dog is 15 years young and STILL going strong. But, truth be told, we thought he would have left this world ages ago. Here’s what we’ve done so far that got him to be 105 in dog years…