Treats Tobin Loves!

Kali is all about the food and even after meals acts as if it’s been days since she ate. I’ve very conscious of making sure she maintains a healthy weight and diet. So I am always looking for healthy snacks as well as ideas to keep her entertained during the day. This recipe shared by another blogger I follow shows a very “cool” recipe for Frozen Peanut Butter Banana Pops. I’m not a cook or a baker but I think even I could manage this recipe. So they are probably in Kali’s near future. I thought that some of your fur-babies might like these too.

Training with Tobin


I will be the first to admit that when it comes to taking care of Tobin, I can be a little over zealous — like a helicopter mom.  With some of my extra time, I began researching dog treats — the best store bought kinds and dog treats to make at home.

Dog PopsInstead of coming home to fresh-from-the-oven human food, my boyfriend would frequently catch me in the kitchen making dog cookies.

So after a little trial and error, I have a narrowed my list down to three must-have Tobin treats.

#1 is a homemade recipe I found by Andrea Arch while scouring Pinterest.

The article provides many great recipes, but the “Frozen Peanut Butter Banana Pops” are my favorite to use as Tobin’s ‘busy toy’.  Just pop one of these into his Kong-like toy and he is good to go. Whenever I leave the house, or just want to…

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