A few days ago Lola was chewing on “something” which made a clicky noise. Oh, I thought, it’s a paper clip, and rushed to her rescue. Got my hand into her mouth, tried to get out the object… on a third attempt a miniscule white object fell out. I put my glassed on: it was her baby tooth! Cute, Lola’s baby tooth. She seemed sad, or so i interpreted.
Does The Tooth Fairy come to puppies. They sure don’t need money, but what money could buy.
How about home-made dog treats! I searched a little and came across an awsome all natural dog treats site: http://www.all-natural-dog-treat.com. I highly recommend. I picked three recipes and so far I made two. Both delicious, nutritious and easy to make… and yes, I did taste them:) personally.
You could get them at the site mentioned above, but here is the one I modified slightly because I could not find pumkin. It is a soft treat, perfect for Lola who is loosing her baby teeth, but everyone else benefits too.
15 oz can pure pumkin (I substituted with 2 large yams, which I boiled and pured)
3/4 cup Cream of wheat (dry)
1/2 Instant dry milk (the recipee asked for dry powdered milk– don’t know if it’s the same with instant, but it worked)
Mix well all three ingredients, greese a cookie sheet and drop small spoonfulls. Bake at 300 for about 15-20 minutes until done.
The Tooth Fairy came to the older dogs too, a little late, but as the picture tells, they all appreciated and were very, very good and “disciplined!”
It doesn’t get any better for a dogs’ life!