We are LOVING what this artist, Ron Burn, did and can’t help but share the word. Love these as much as we do? Check out the following:
Love your car almost as much as you love your dog?
Ever wanted to go for a joy ride with your pup, but didn’t want to get your seats dirty, have to deal with shedding or the smell of dog on your seats? PrideBites has the solution for you- Car Seat Covers!
The cover will fit perfectly over the back seat of your car. With cutouts for seat belt buckles and straps that can hang from the headrest of the front seats for optimal coverage, you can’t go wrong.
Like many of our other products, the car seat cover can be personalized with your dog’s name and photo. It is made out of a soft quilt fabric making it water resistant, durable and most importantly machine washable!
Check out our new car seat covers today! You can customize your own here!
How the latest app craze goes to the dogs
We’ve seen it everywhere, and we have to catch them all! Pokemon Go, the augemented reality game, introduced July 6 of last year, has brought going viral to a whole different level. Since it’s introduction, it quickly became the most active mobile game in the US with over 21 million active users.
Are you looking for the perfect treat for your pups this summer? We’ve got a great and healthy way for your furbaby to cool down!
* 1 large container (32 oz) of low-fat, plain, organic yogurt
* 3 handfuls of fresh (organic is best) blueberries
* 1 banana
* 2 tbsp of organic peanut butter
* Other fruit as desired – like, apple slices, orange slices, pineapple slices, and more. Remember, locally grown and organic is best!
Chop up the banana in small pieces (or mash) and mix all ingredients together. Place the mixture in ice cube trays and freeze for about 3 hours.
Once frozen, run hot water over the under side of the trays, pop out the frosty paws, and serve. That’s it. For fun, you can use bone shaped ice cube trays!
Enjoy your treats and your weekend!
(Original Source: http://blog.raiseagreendog.com/2009/05/homemade-frosty-paws.html)