• Top 5 Dog Cake Mixes Reviewed ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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    Top 5 Dog Cake Mixes Reviewed ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    Do you want to bake a cake for your pup, but you don't have tons of time? Don't worry, here are our top 5 dog cake mixes reviewed by real dog lovers, with busy lives, but who want to give their pups a special treat!1. Whisk & Wag - Natural Dog Treat Baking Mix  Rating: 4.5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Whisk and Wag are masters in making treats for our pups simple. All you need to do is add oil and water to the mixture, whisk it up and bake - Easy Peasy! Our dogs loved the taste and they ate them up in no...

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  • 10 Dog Breeds That Love To Party

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    10 Dog Breeds That Love To Party

    Some people love nothing better than social gatherings. You know the kind. When you look into a crowded party, they are the ones at the center. They are the entertainers. He or she is the life of the event and many times even the host. There are social butterflies in the dog world also. These are certain breeds that, for the most part, never meet a stranger. Golden Retriever Golden retrievers have beauty as well as intelligence. They are among the most trainable of all dog breeds. As far as parties go, Goldens are gentle but playful, tolerant, and patient....

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  • How To Throw Your Dog a Bark Mitzvah

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    How To Throw Your Dog a Bark Mitzvah

                                                                                    📷@mwdesignsltd What Is A Barkmitzvah? Well, it's exactly as it sounds! It is a Barmitzvah for a dog who has turned 13 months or 13 years of age. Your furry family member has hit that milestone of turning 13. It is time for him or her to have their own Barkmitzvah! 👉More people are leaning more toward 13 months of age, as that...

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  • How to host a Doggie Quinceañera

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    How to host a Doggie Quinceañera

    If your dog turns 15, you must be lucky because the average lifespan of a dog is 13 years. A 15 year old dog therefore deserves a grand birthday party. In the Latin culture, 15 marks coming of age or transitioning from childhood to adulthood. You can mark this special moment for your dog by throwing a traditional Quinceañera party.  But you don't have to wait for 15 years to throw a party. 15 human years should be about 2 to 4 dog years depending on your dog's breed.Significance of the QuinceañeraA  Doggie Quinceañera could be a good reason to bring people...

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  • How to Host a Doggie Easter Egg Hunt

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    How to Host a Doggie Easter Egg Hunt

    Everyone knows that dogs live life through their noses, so what could be more fun than having your very own dog Easter egg hunt? Of course, bunny ears should be included if you can get your dog to wear them! (Pro tip: take photos before you start the hunt, those ears won’t stay on long.) You can throw a big event and invite all your puppy’s best pals over for a large-scale hunt, or you can keep things quiet with just the family included. It’s up to you. Either way, you probably want to know what makes a dog Easter...

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