It wouldn’t be Birthday Week without taking a look back at what life was like for me when I was just a young pup.
7 years ago I was meeting my family for the first time, and the best part is that it was all caught on camera! The quality may not be great, but I’m so glad my mom and dad were able to capture these special memories.
So here’s a fun little video with a look back on some of the very first days with my family (including some never-before-seen footage!).
My mom and dad had a blast last night looking through old footage of me as a puppy. Their only regret is there isn’t more!
Do you have adorable puppy videos of your dog? Post them on my Facebook Page because my mom says she’d love to spend her ENTIRE day looking at cute puppies!
Birthday Week isn’t over yet my friends! We’re just getting started! Today I’ve got a super fun tutorial for some DIY Art you can make to brighten up your own home.
This DIY Dog Bone Art is easy to make, and so fun and cheerful too!
DIY Dog Bone Art Supplies:
Step 1: Choose 2 milkbones and spray paint with your favorite color
Step 2: Optionally you may choose to paint your frame the same color as well, or leave it as is.
Step 3: Once your paint is dry, remove the glass from your frame and add either a piece of colored mat board (which is what we used) or some colored paper. If you use colored paper make sure it’s glued down to something stiffer like a piece of cardboard.
Step 4: Using an adhesive, glue your milkbones in place on the frame.
Step 5: Hang and enjoy!
Just remember, even though your milkbones are now painted, they still smell like cookies to us dogs! So don’t display them anywhere your dog could get to them.
Mom has already told me many times I can look, but I can’t eat! (Apparently this art project isn’t interactive).
Despite the fact that this new DIY Dog Bone Art isn’t edible, I have to admit, it does add a little happy to my home!
Do you have any dog inspired art hanging in your home?
Check back later today for some super adorable throwback puppy photos and videos of yours truly. It’s so adorable, you’re not going to be able to stand it!
So it wouldn’t be Birthday Week on my blog without some super fun DIY projects that you can make at home for your dog!
Today I’ve got a fun DIY Dog Toy that you can make with things from around your house. So even if you’re not here to join in on my 7th Birthday fun, you can still play along at home with this simple project!
Here’s what you’ll need to make a DIY Snake Dog Toy:
Step 1: Fill both socks 90% full with cotton stuffing.
Step 2: Overlap the cuffs of the socks together and stitch closed.
Step 3: Give to your dog so they can enjoy!
If you can’t tell by the look on my face, I thoroughly enjoyed my new DIY Snake Dog Toy! (That or I saw a ghost!). Regardless, I guarantee your dog will love playing with their new homemade snake.
Don’t forget, if you make your pup a snake toy, be sure to share a picture of it on my Facebook Page! I’d love to see it!
*Make sure you always supervise your pet during playtime. Your pet should not play with this toy while unsupervised.
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Since my official Birthday was on Monday (I’m 7 woohoo!) I bet you’re all wondering what exactly I did to celebrate the special day. So I made this fun video to show you just how things went down on the anniversary of my birth…
As you can see other than opening my presents I did a whole lot of napping in the sun around the farm with my buddy Trooper. It wasn’t exciting, it wasn’t adventurous, but it’s exactly what I wanted to do on my Birthday!
And did you notice? My best buddy even gave me the big dog bed because it was my Birthday!
How do you celebrate your dog’s Birthday?
Every year during Birthday Week I like to come up with some fun diy projects that can be made at home for your pet. While I do have some brand-new projects to share with you this week I thought it would be fun to take a look back at all the previous projects I created for my blog (with a little help from my mom).
So here’s some of my favorite DIY Projects for Pets that you can make at home!
Who would have thought there would be so many things you could make for your dog? Stay tuned tomorrow as I’ll have some fun NEW DIY projects to share with you, and if you want even more inspiration, be sure to check out all my past DIY projects.
Happy Birthday Week to me!