These days, many people are finding themselves baking and cooking more at home. I’ve personally spent a lot more time in the kitchen, which also means I've enjoyed way more than my fair share of homemade brownies, cookies, and scones. To the point that my waistband has officially called for a time out. ;-)
So I’ve started seeking out recipes and treats to make for the pups instead. One of our current favorites is SUPER easy and only takes one ingredient: A sweet potato or yam!
Our pups love sweet potatoes, and I had been purchasing packaged chews at the pet store. They are great because they have a long shelf life and aren't perishable like the homemade version, but I have found that it is way more cost-effective to make these at home and save our budget for the fancier treats that we can't DIY.
This little guy LOVES his sweet potato treats.
It's so simple! Just one yam or sweet potato.
I hope your pups enjoy this super simple treat! Let me know in the comments if you have found that they like them more chewy or crunchy!
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I am so excited to officially announce that the Commuter Backpack is now available!
This ridiculously cute dog backpack has launched in four color options -- navy blue, hunter green, burgundy red, and chocolate brown -- with coordinating plaid interior.
It might be helpful to understand a bit about my background to see how the pieces lined up for this product to come to life.
Several years ago I started to make bags and accessories (for humans) that fit needs for travel, work, and life under the brand name Jo Rose Design. Organically this evolved into prototyping stylish yet functional products I desired as a dog owner.
As the weeks go by and quarantine stretches on, we are all working to adjust to the "new normal" and what it means to be at home all of the time. For many of us, this is the first time we've had to work exclusively from home, and it takes time to adjust!
So we thought we’d share a bit of insight into how we’re structuring our days and keeping our two young active labradoodles busy.
It is highly recommended that you measure your dog before choosing a size. The following image outlines how to accurately capture three important measurements - neck, length, and chest - so that you get the best possible fit for your pup.
Custom jacket orders can be accommodated if you need a dog coat with measurements in between sizes or larger sizing. Contact us to get additional information on this process.
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|25 in||26- 36 in||up to 22 in||25|
Measurements below indicate product length. If looser fit is desired, add 1-2 inches to your dog's neck measurement when choosing a size.