November 1st is National Cook For Your Pet Day!
Have you ever pondered cooking for your dog? Or whipping up a tuna soufflé for your cat?
Perhaps youve even considered having your furry best friend join you at the dinner table. Well, now is your chance to do it because...
In spite of this funny photo with a wine glass tailored to the needs of Baxter, there are safety concerns when cooking for your dog or cat. One of these points is that alcohol is NOT good for pets!
The following foods will make your pet sick:
Making your own pet treats can be a satifying experience. You'll know precisely what ingredients go into the goodies that you can feel great about. Get the kids to help for a feel-good experience for the whole family! Here is a link for recipes for both cats and dogs designed by a veterinarian.
The flexible Silicone Dog Treat Pan provides a healthy alternative to store-bought treats by allowing health-conscious pet owners to create homemade treats for their pups. The pan has a reinforced, steel rim, which allows for easy carrying to and from the oven and counter-top, and it even comes with several paw-licking good recipes.
For the ultimate in pet dining experience, may we suggest...
Our Clip-on Pet High Chair
For those of you who can't bear to be away from your beloved best friend for even a moment, you can now let your small pet sit at the table with you safely. Check out our Clip-on pet high chairs. These can also be used for office desks to keep your furry friends nearby at the office.
Have you ever cooked specifically for your pet?