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22 Apr Posted by in D.I.Y, Farm, Training | Comments

How to make a Fake Rabbit Hole for your Dog

Disclaimer: this is NOT a sponsored post, but it does contain some affiliate links. It’s no secret that I am OBSESSED with holes. After all, my breed was originally bred to go down holes and hunt down badgers. And go down holes I do! My mom has had to pull me out of many ground […]

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24 Dec Posted by in 12 Days of Cheer, D.I.Y | 1 comment

12 Days of Cheer! DIY Christmas Cracker for Dogs

So, it’s the night before Christmas and you forgot to get a gift for your dog! Not that that would ever really happen right? Well just incase I’ve whipped up this simple DIY for a Christmas Cracker for your Dog that you can make with items from around your house! Supplies: Tissue Paper or Newspaper […]

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18 Dec Posted by in 12 Days of Cheer, D.I.Y | Comments

12 Days of Cheer! DIY Holiday Dog Collar Flair

12 Days of Cheer! DIY Holiday Dog Collar Flair

Yippee! It’s almost Christmas! And to get in the holiday spirit, I thought I’d share my fun an easy DIY for some holiday dog collar flair! Here’s what you’ll need: Festive Holiday Fabric (smaller patterns and words work best) Fabric Button Kit Elastic Scissors Following the directions that came with your fabric covered button kit, […]

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17 Dec Posted by in 12 Days of Cheer, D.I.Y | Comments

12 Days of Cheer! Christmas DIY Projects

12 Days of Cheer! Christmas DIY Projects

I’ve been celebrating the 12 Days of Cheer for several years now, and each year I like to come up with some fun and festive DIY projects that involve your 4-legged friends. And while I still have some fun new ones to share this year, I thought it would be fun to round up some […]

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06 Nov Posted by in D.I.Y | 1 comment

Quick and Simple Tug Toy for Dogs

You might remember that back in February my mom helped me make a Flirt Pole. If you’ve never heard of a Flirt Pole, its basically a cat toy for dogs. And if you or your dog have never played with one before, let me tell you, it’s seriously the most fun toy EVER! I could […]

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28 Oct Posted by in D.I.Y, Play | 13 comments

Halloween Adventures with an American Icon

Disclaimer: this post is brought to you by Barkbox. So seeing as how we’re just a few short days away from Halloween (or Halloweenie as I like to call it), I decided it was time to officially share my costume for this year. As you might already know, I’ve made it my mission each year to […]

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10 Oct Posted by in D.I.Y | 3 comments

10 Homemade Costumes for Dogs

Every year my mom and dad make me a homemade halloween costume. Last year I was a Raphael the Ninja Turtle. And the year before I was Wile E. Coyote. And while this year’s Halloween costume is under wraps for now, I thought it would be fun to round up some of my favorite DIY […]

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04 Oct Posted by in Birthday, D.I.Y | 2 comments

Birthday Week: DIY Easy Paper Bowtie

Birthday Week: DIY Easy Paper Bowtie

Since tomorrow I officially turn SIX, I thought I would pop in today to give you a quick an easy DIY so that you can celebrate along with me tomorrow in style! This DIY is so simple and easy you can probably make it with items you find around your house. Here’s how….. Supplies: Kraft […]

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02 Oct Posted by in Art, Birthday, D.I.Y | Comments

Birthday Week: DIY Dog String Art

Birthday Week: DIY Dog String Art

Since I’m celebrating Birthday Week on the blog, I thought it would be fun to share a fun DIY for some dog inspired artwork! You’ll love this fun tutorial to add a little extra woof to your own home! String Art isn’t a new concept, all you have to do is search pinterest and tons of […]

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16 Sep Posted by in D.I.Y, Home | 1 comment

Dog Friendly Storage Space

My mom and dad have been on a mission this year to redo our kitchen (they’ve been saving their pennies for years and years), so in order to move ahead with operation new kitchen we’ve recently had to do a little re-organizing around the house. One of the first areas to tackle has apparently been […]

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