Holiday Treats for Dogs made EASY!

Give your dog one of our healthy birthday cakes for dogs or make dog cupcakes with Puppy Cake Mix for dogs. These dog  cakes come complete with frosting so you can have a dog bakery at home. Your dog can have their own cakes with Puppy Cakes perfect dog treat recipes. These healthy treats for dogs require only egg, oil and water for a complete cake for dogs. Microwave or bake our dog cakes for the best dog treats your dog will ever eat. Puppy Cake is the best dog birthday cake recipe. Unlike cakes for people, Puppy Cakes are healthy and safe for your dog. Fed in moderation, Puppy Cake is a fun and healthy supplement to your dogs diet. Try all five flavors or our dog birthday cakes: peanut butter, red velvet, pumpkin, banana and carob. Puppy Cake dog cake mixes come in wheat-free dog treats and whole wheat flavors. Our pet food is made with all natural, human grade ingredients, available in wheat-free and grain-free options and is made here in the USA. Your dog will love these homemade dog treats that take only minutes to prepare. Nothing is better with doggie birthday cake than ice cream for dogs so try our Puppy Scoops Ice Cream Mix, our newest and fastest selling pet treats. Instead of plain dog biscuits, your lucky pup will get the best dog birthday with Puppy Cake. The best value when compared to 3 dog bakery, the dog bakery and polka dog bakery where you might spend upwards of 30 USD for doggy treats. Try our whole line of gourmet dog treats including Carob Chip Dog Cookies, Puptato Chip sweet potato treats, Puppy Scoops ice cream treats, Puppy Chillerz jello for dogs and Holiday Cookie Mix- all healthy dog treats. Makes 8 cupcakes or a double layer 6 inch cake. Just add water to the yogurt frosting. As seen on TVs Shark Tank.

Puppy Cake Banana Cake Mix and Frosting for Dogs

Puppy Cake Wheat-Free Red Velvet Cake Mix and Frosting Mix for Dogs

Puppy Cake Wheat-Free Peanut Butter Cake Mix and Frosting for Dogs

Puppy Cake Carob Cake Mix and Frosting for Dogs

Puppy Cake Pumpkin Cake Mix and Frosting (Wheat-free) for Dogs


Holiday Cookie Mix for Dogs with Free Bone Shaped Cookie Cutter


Dog Friendly Ice Cream

Your dog will love you because now your dog can enjoy REAL ice cream for dogs at home! Just add hot tap water to this powdered mix and then freeze for doggy ice cream. Puppy Scoops are smooth and creamy, just like ice cream, but with a fraction of the fat and calories and formulated for your dog’s digestion. This summer, keep your dog cool with Puppy Scoops Carob Ice Cream Mix for dogs. Don’t reach for Frosty Paws dog ice cream (which doesn’t even have any milk as an ingredient) when you can feed your dog a healthy, natural, made in the USA ice cream for dogs. Just look at the ingredients in Puppy Scoops frozen dog treats for dogs: lactose free whole milk, evaporated cane juice, gelatin, natural maple bacon flavor and salt. All ingredients in our frozen treats for dogs are made in the USA. Whole milk provides natural protein for dogs. The perfect gift for dog lovers and friends who have dogs and want to feed good dog food. Dog birthdays should be celebrated with cake and ice cream treats. Directions: add 2/3 cup of very hot tap water to the ice cream pint. Mix for 1-2 minutes until all of the powder in our natural dog treats is dissolved. Place lid back on pint container and put in the freezer for at least 5 hours. Storage: Keep ice cream in freezer with lid secured for up to 2 months. Unmixed Shelf Life – 9 months. Makes 12 oz of ice cream for dogs. Puppy Scoops are the perfect dog ice cream recipe for ice treats for dogs. More than just dog food, Puppy Cake products are gourmet treats for dogs including our new dog ice cream treats. Puppy Scoops are the perfect dog ice cream recipe for ice treats for dogs. Guaranteed analysis: Crude Protein (min.) 21.3%, Crude Fat (min.) 13.5%, Crude Fiber (max.) 1.9%, Moisture (max.) 3.5%, Puppy Scoops DIY Dog Treats Serving Suggestions: 1 scoop for small dogs, 1-2 scoops for medium dogs, up to half the pint for large dogs. Have a dog that resembles a small pony? Give them the whole pint! Puppy Cake is people food for dogs!

Puppy Scoops Ice Cream Mix for Dogs: Maple Bacon – Add water and freeze at home!

Vancouver’s Best Holiday Festivities to Enjoy With Your Dog

of our top suggestions that you and your entire fur family can enjoy.

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11 Questions to Ask When Picking a Kennel

Rest easy knowing your furry friend is in the right hands.

If you need to take a business trip or are planning a family getaway, you may have to board your pets while you’re away. Leaving your critters behind can be as stressful for you as it is for them, but it doesn’t have to be. Selecting the right boarding kennel is easy. Asking the right questions and identifying what’s most important to you can help you decide on the best option for you and your pet’s needs. Continue reading

15 Winter Care Tips For Your Dog

Does your dog love the winter or would he rather cuddle up on the couch under a cozy blanket? Either way, you should be prepared to protect him when he ventures out into the elements.

Many dog owners live with the misconception that because their pets have a coat of fur, they can tolerate the cold better than humans. This isn’t necessarily the case. Like us, these fur-coated creatures are used to the warmth of indoor shelter and cold weather can be as hard on them as it is on us humans. Whatever your viewpoint on winter, one thing remains certain: it’s a time when our beloved pets need a little extra care. Continue reading

Pet Winter Safety: Prepping Your Pet for Winter Weather

When the weather outside is frightful, these winter pet tips can keep your precious pets snug, safe, and warm.

If you have a dog that spends most of its time romping in your backyard, or a kitty that whiles away the day in a sunny patch on the front porch, winter’s arrival may be a rude awakening. Sure, your precious petsare covered in fur. But many just aren’t equipped to be out in frigid temperatures for prolonged periods.

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Dogs and Rainy Weather: 10 Tips to Cope

10 Tips For Caring for Dogs in Rainy WeatherWalking your pup on a bright sunny day is a breeze. Your dog gets exercise while you talk to neighbors or enjoy a leisurely stroll around town. It’s not even a chore. However, dogs and rainy weather is an entirely different story. There are days when getting your dog to relieve himself can be an all-day (miserable) affair. Here on the east coast, we have had more thunderous downpours than I care to remember during these couple weeks of May. Perhaps we are making up for the lack of rain in April.

Lately, I am paying extra attention the weather forecasts focusing on what time the rain is supposed to start. If (and this is a big if) the forecasters are correct, I try to put my dogs out in the yard an hour before the rain comes because every pet owner knows that dogs and rainy weather can be an unfortunate blend of bad scent and filthy floors. It’s not always possible, but when it works, it’s a lifesaver. The times I can time it perfectly, my dogs are relieved and can happily snooze through the thundershowers, avoiding the whole wet mess.

Of course, there are those days when it rains all day long or rain comes quite unexpectedly. Consequently, I have gathered some helpful ways to care for dogs in rainy weather which have worked for me.

Here are ten tips to help you and your pup get through the messy spring showers:

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How To Massage Your Dog

4 techniques to help your pup rest, relax, and rejuvenate
Ahhh— yeahhh— that’s the right spot. What’s that? No, it doesn’t hurt, it’s divine! Don’t stop now… Who doesn’t love a massage? You can’t beat something that feels so good and is good for you, too. Massage lowers blood pressure and reduces stress for both the giver and receiver and takes only minutes a day. Better yet, learning how to give your dog a massage is easy. And if you believe in karmic retribution, just think of all those massages waiting for you down the road!

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