Food Fun and Facts -K-9 Birthday Cake Recipe for Dogs-Make a Happy Birthday Cake for Your Dog

Recipe for K-9 Birthday Cake for Dogs

Ingredients:

1 cup white or whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 cup peanut butter
1/4 cup cooking oil
1 cup shredded carrots
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/3 cup honey (optional)
1 egg

Mix the dry ingredients.

Add the remaining ingredients and mix quickly.

Bake in a greased ring mold at 350 degrees for 40 minutes.

You may frost this cake with low fat cottage cheese and decorate with some carrot pieces.
Store in the refrigerator. (Dogs will eat this without the honey added)




FouFou Dog Birthday Cake Toy

These birthday cake toys are made with an ultra plush material and are filled with soft and crinkle material. Its smaller size makes it perfect for puppies and small to medium breed dogs. Each toy has a loud squeaker hidden inside, and all details are tightly embroidered.
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Why a Pooch Party? People have always gathered together to celebrate special occasions.

If you party with Fido, you're not alone.

Every year, 19 million people celebrate their dogs' birthday, according to the American Pet Association.

Some one million throw parties and invite other pets.

Parties give an opportunity to have good times and create fun memories.

In fact, parties are an essential part of family life.

Whether it is simple or elaborate, for many or a few, whatever the occasion, these parties become part of your family traditions.

Writing this book forced me to evaluate why I included my dog in all of my celebrations as well as my accomplishments and major milestones.

I realized that my dog was part of my family and I wanted to include him in my traditions as well as create rituals to show my love.
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Surprising Health Benefits for Pet Owners

Did you know that there are key health benefits that can result from owning a pet?

Having one can enhance your physical, mental and social well being.

1. How can a pet help your physical health?

Owning a dog, for instance, will encourage you to get more exercise.
With your faithful friend at your side, you're much more likely to go for a walk.

Walking is one of the best health activities you can do. While walking you're also more likely to socially interact with your neighbors because your special pal often acts as an ice-breaker.

Research led by Dr. Karen Allen at the State University of New York at Buffalo shows that pets can help lower blood pressure.

Stockbrokers with high blood pressure were studied to see what happened when they adopted a pet dog or cat.

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In his studies Alan Beck, ScD (Professor of Animal Ecology,Purdue University) found that the simple act of petting
your dog slows your heart rate and causes your blood pressure to drop.

An added health advantage from pet ownership is that patients may live longer after heart attacks.

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2. How Can A Pet Improve Your Mental Health?

Sharing your life with a cat may help your mental health.
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How can a pet enhance your well being in the area of relationships?

American Animal Hospital Association President, Link Wellborn, believes that pets are more than just a member of the family - they're central to a healthy lifestyle.

Pets help lessen tension between family members and add a lot of fun and unconditional love to the homes where they
live. When pets do cute and funny things - which they often do - family members react by laughing and being more relaxed.

If you don't have a pet yet, consider making one part of your family, but make sure you have the time and resources
necessary to provide a stable loving home for your new friend.

If you choose a dog as your new pal, remember this wise old saying. "A dog is man's best friend."

That's true in more ways than one. You'll get unconditional love,companionship, loyalty and relaxation in return
for your investment of time and material resources.

What a bargain!
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