Is your dog a member of Pack?
Pack is a fairly new site for dogs and their people. It’s basically like Facebook for dogs. Here’s what the folks at Pack have to say about their site:
“We believe there’s something magical about dogs and the people who love them. That’s you.
Pack is on a mission to capture that magic. We want to make it fun to celebrate and share the experiences we have with our dogs.”
Being on Pack is cool because it feels like you and your dog are members of an exclusive club that only lets a limited number of people in. And in reality, it’s not just a feeling. Pack really is exclusive in that you can’t join without an invite from someone who is already a member.
Teton has been on Pack for a few months now, but I honestly can’t tell you what the benefits are aside from connecting with other dogs and their humans in a social media setting. It’s a fun site to browse, but I’m still getting the hang of it.
I’ve been busy preparing a fun review for you that involved a bit of crafting action this week.
I not into crafting. Like, really not into it. But this is legit. Trust me.
Be sure to check out Her Dog Blog’s Facebook page for an update on when the review is posted!
Sorry I’ve been MIA. These past few days I’ve been having the worst luck with the ‘ol blog. Either my computer is acting up, the Internet is down, or a combination of both. Grrr….
Hopefully I’ll get it all figured out because I have some pretty cool reviews coming down the pike that you won’t want to miss.
Today’s review is on babyhoot’s treat bag.
I was totally excited when Christina, the owner of babyhoot, contacted me to see if I’d like to do a review of their treat bag for Her Dog Blog.
Babyhoot makes a line of quality handmade goodies for babies ranging from burpcloths to hair clips. This treat bag can also be used as a snack bag for both kids and adults or as a carrier for poop bags, your cell phone, extra cash, etc. How cute is the print?!
Once I got this adorable little thing in the mail, I threw some treats in it (the treats pictured are My Mighty Wolf Turkey Bliss Recipe) and took Teton for a walk.
The treat bag small enough to not be cumbersome around your wrist or looped through the leash but big enough to hold quite a few treats. One thing that I really appreciate about it is that it has an inner liner in case you choose to put a particularly juicy or greasy type of treat in it.
Rather than loop the elastic band around the leash, I chose to hang it from my wrist. Normally I wouldn’t like something dangling as I walk, but I really didn’t mind it at all. The elastic fit perfectly (not too snug but not too loose, either) and I honestly forgot that the treat bag was even hanging there.
While walking, the treat bag was easy to open and just like the babyhoot page says, Teton quickly understood that when the Velcro opened up it meant he was going to get a treat.
I really like this treat bag for it’s simplicity and quality. The fact that the print is adorable is an added bonus! Want another bonus? It’s only $4.00!
Head over to the babyhoot Etsy page and peruse the cute assortment of goodies for babies, kids, and dogs.
Have a wonderful weekend!
R2P (Ready 2 Play) Pet makes a toy line called Sprong that recently caught my eye in our local pet store.
I’d never seen anything quite like it. It’s velvety and squishy, yet substantial for light to moderate chewing (Teton isn’t a big chewer so that generally isn’t a concern of mine) and has a mild and fun squeaker noise. That’s code for it’s not annoying as hell.
Sprong toys come in a variety of sizes and shapes. (You can find them all at Country Max.) I chose the Football shape because it seemed like the most versatile for throwing and chewing.
As with all new toys, The Little Blogger loved the Sprong Football for about 10 minutes and then he was over it. But, he does play fetch with it a fair amount now that it’s been around for a while. It’s one of my favorite toys to grab when Teton and I are playing because it feels good to the touch and bounces well on both carpet and hard wood.
If you’ve got a dog that loves to play fetch, I definitely recommend the line of Sprong toys!