Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Dog friendly holiday cookbook!


Christmas is almost here.
(Thank you captain obvious)

My point in this is, that with Christmas comes so many memories, family time, giving, and so much more! It is a tradition in my house (and has been since I was child) that we sit down and watch holiday movies together throughout the season. Last night, myself, my husband, the human kids and the fur kids sat down together to watch Frosty the Snowman and How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
Next will be Rudolph The Red-nose Reindeer (my personal fav.)

Another huge part of the holidays is food!
Families gather and have a turkey dinner, or ham, or whatever the case may be at your house, but what about the fur kids?


Of course we see things posted all over the web at this time of year stating which human foods are ok to feed your pet, such as carrots, a wee bit of unseasoned turkey etc...but there are also several options out there to create a special feast for your dog.


How about some Cinnamon roll-overs?
Or what about Gingerbread dog biscuits?
Pass over some of those puppy love candy canes too please and thank you!

Sounds good right?

Check out these amazing recipes from Kurgo.






Right?

Tuesdays just got tastier! We have linked up with Sugar The Golden Retriever and Kol's Notes for their Tasty Tuesdays blog hop.



Meet our adoptable Husky of the week :


Stark is an adorable Siberian Husky pup, and is available for rescue in Keswick Ontario.
Click his image to take you to the rescue me website, or use this link : husky.rescueme.org/ca

Stark is brought to you by the Tuesday Tails hop, hosted by Dogs N Pawz and Talking Dogs.


That's all for now, stay tuned tomorrow for the Sibe Tribe's holiday photos on Wordless Wednesday.



42 comments:

  1. I love the idea of a cook book for dogs. And the treats look delicious.

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    1. They do!!! I have yet to try them, but I will be over the holidays for sure!

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  2. They look great and now we feel all hungry. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  3. We just received a dog cookbook too! Lots of great recipes for mama to cook for us since we don't eat regular dog food. Those recipes look great! xo Chloe and LadyBug

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  4. Great recipes! And what a sweet faced puppy! Sharing.

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  5. Those sound like some awesome treats! I should get baking for the holidays! The Grinch is my Fav!

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    1. I love the Grinch too, but Rudolph tops it for me!

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  6. Great recipes to make your dogs holiday special! Cinnamon rolls might be a favorite at our house this season.

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  7. Yikes! That husky with the turkey brings back the day the family husky stole the Thanksgiving turkey off the counter in the kitchen. Not a good holiday that year! Enjoy the baking!

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    1. EEK! Yes that would have been a bad situation!!!! And I can definitely see a husky doing that!

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  8. This is great thank you! That turkey looks yummy.

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    1. Your welcome, and yep! The turkey looks DELISH!

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  9. Those recipes look yummy and what a cute pup! Sharing!

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  10. Just look at those recipes! They all sound delicious. We love watching the holiday movies too! And oh...that Stark is just adorable and only 10 months old?!? I sure hope Stark gets a forever home this holiday!
    Oz

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    1. I hope he does too! And yes the recipes are wonderful and I can't wait to dig into some holiday baking!!!

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  11. Oh wow! Those recipes look GREAT! Thanks!!

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  12. Pops makes all our treats so we are always on the look out for good recipes, great post!! Hope Stark finds his home:)

    Nuk & Isis

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    1. Thanks! I hope pops makes you some of these! They are super tasty!!!

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  13. OMD! Best recipes EVER!! I love the cinnamon rolls and the candy canes! Oh, this is going to be fun!

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  14. Ummm... Any recipes in that book for things usin' nip? Just wonderin'... Inquirin' minds wanna know.

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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    1. BOL! I don't see any nip, but I see no reason not to add some nip!

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  15. What a great collection of recipes! I think I'll try the gingerbread ones for the dogs this year. I've been thinking I want to bake something, but I needed something that sounded fairly easy, and those seem to fit the bill. :)
    Lots of wags and woofs from the crew at Wag n Woof Pets



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    1. Sounds like a great choice!!! I don't know where I am going to start with these! I want to try them all! LOL

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  16. Those Cinnamon Roll-Overs and Carob-Nutty Pinwheels made my humans drool! So many great recipes. Thank you!

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    1. UGH! I know!!! I want to eat these and they are not even for humans! haha!

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  17. We sure hope Stark will find a forever home before Christmas.

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  18. Perfect timing with this post. Mom has the grandkids next week, and she was planning on having them help her make dog cookies - we see lots of good ideas here.

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

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    1. Oh that's wonderful!!!! If you do make one of them, i'd love to hear about it!

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  19. Oh my goodness, drool.. Kurgo is great - I already loved them and now I see they've got these awesome recipes! I know what I'm making next week with my extra days off :)

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  20. These recipes are makin' me Hungry!! The Gingerbread biscuits look amazing - my dogs love gingerbread! I only let them have a tiny bit of my gingerbread cookies, but now I can make them their own gingerbread treats. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Your very welcome! My huskies have never tried Gingerbread, so that one will definitely be one that I will try!

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