Greyhound Whippet Solar Lights

 

 

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Do you agree everything’s better with a sight hound on it?

Yeah, me, too! Which led to this idea to make solar powered garden lights “better”. Currently, there are two styles. One is clay that simulates stained glass. The other more like stone or perhaps wood. Both are lovingly made and happily sold at http://www.etsy.com/shop/GreyhoundCleyhounds

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http://www.zazzle.com/greyhound_angel_coaster-174485530094513367?CMPN=emc_en-us_ProductCreationForStore_&rf=238574146087915080&lang=en

sandstone-coasterThis sandstone coaster would make a loving gift, and is a beautiful way to remember a special hound angel in your life, here or on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge. The image is made from a photo of an original clay sculpture by Greyhound Cleyhounds.

Source: http://www.zazzle.com/greyhound_angel_coaster-174485530094513367?CMPN=emc_en-us_ProductCreationForStore_&rf=238574146087915080&lang=en

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Summer Dog Treat – Easy PUPsicle!

photo1Banana PUPsicles – A delicious homemade creamy popsicle that your dog will love! Delicious and good for them too!

Ingredients

Produce

1 Banana

Condiments

1 tbsp Peanut butter (without Xylitol*)

Dairy

1 cup Yogurt, plain (without Xylitol*)

Mix together, place in paper cups with a stick in the middle. Could even be a chopstick from a Chinese restaurant, just make sure your dog does not eat it. The photo shows rawhide sticks. I do not think most rawhide is safe or healthy for dogs. There are some all natural, chemical free long thin treats that might work. Like bully sticks….http://www.sitstay.com/collections/single-ingredient/products/sitstay-bully-stick-6
Or simply place after it has cooled in the freezer in dog bowl without the stick for a delicious cool dessert.

*Please make sure the peanut butter and yogurt do not have the ingredient Xylitol

Xylitol, a sweetener used in many foods, including peanut butter, yogurt, toothpaste and chewing gum, is safe for humans but potentially deadly for dogs. If ingested, it can cause seizures, liver failure and death, warned one animal hospital, which called xylitol “extremely toxic” to dogs