Cheese Crisp Dog Treats These cheese crisps are a delicious treat your dog will love. They only have one ingredient, cheese! *please confirm with your vet before giving your dog cheese as some dogs can be sensitive to dairy products. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Use one cup of grated cheese. Cheddar or parmesan will work well. Put cheese into small stacks of 1 Tbsp of cheese, about two inches apart. Bake for 5 minutes and allow to cool before serving. Store in the fridge for up to 5 days.
4 Tips to Improve Your Cat’s Health Be aware of their weight. Talk to your vet if you believe your cat may be overweight. Some indoor cats may not get enough exercise. Encourage your cat to exercise by playing with them and getting new toys, new scratch posts or cat towers. Choose a healthy food. Make sure your cat is getting the best food by researching the best for your cat. The cheapest option may not be the best option for your cat. Speak to your vet for recommendations specific to your cat. Show them you care. Our cats need...[Read More]
Happy Mother’s Day to My Mom Thank you for letting me snuggle with you. Thank you for letting me kiss you. Thank you for feeding me. Thank you for taking me on walks. Thank you for getting me groomed. Thank you for taking care of me. Thank you for playing with me. Thank you for being patient with me. Thank you for being my human. You’re the best mom in the whole world!
Aussie Pet Mobile Honors Top Groomers Aussie Pet Mobile employs hundreds of Pet Groomers all over the USA. We believe that our wonderful Groomers are among the best in the world. Every year we honor the best of the best and award one of our hard-working Groomers our Aussie Pet Mobile Groomer of the Year award. It takes a special type of person to be a successful Aussie Pet Mobile Groomer. Grooming is hard work and our Groomers maintain the highest of standards. Since Aussie Pet Mobile never uses cages at any time in our grooming process, our Groomers...[Read More]
Strawberry Banana Dog Treats Ingredients: 1 cup diced strawberries 2 banana 2 cups whole wheat flour ½ cup oatmeal ½ cup plain greek yogurt Directions: Preheat oven to 350° F. Mash the strawberries and banana together in a mixing bowl. Add the whole wheat flour, oatmeal, and yogurt. Stir ingredients until well combined. Lightly flour your counter and place dough on top. Flatten the dough to about ¼” with floured hands or floured rolling pin. Cut out shapes with any shape cookie cutter. Lightly grease cookie sheet and add treats. Bake in the oven for 15-17 minutes, until golden brown...[Read More]
Relieve Doggy Boredom Dogs can get bored, especially younger dogs when the weather prevents outdoor activities. When dogs get bored, destruction happens. Preventing dog boredom can be handy to keeping your dog happy, excited and healthy. Here are some easy tips to keeping your dog from getting bored: Work on new tricks Get some new, interactive toys Give your dog simple jobs or chores Give them a new chewy bone or toy Find a dog friendly indoor place to get some exercise Play scent games or hide ‘n seek
Dog Friendly Green Apple and Mint Ice Treats These cold treats are the perfect green treat for your pup! Ingredients: 3 Stalks of Celery 3 Green Apples A Handful of Mint 1 ½ cups of water Directions: Blend all ingredients together in a blender. Pour into an ice tray and freeze for at least 3 hours. After treats are completely frozen, let your dog enjoy a cold, delicious treat!
5 Tips for a Content Indoor Cat Indoor cats need some extra stimulation to keep them active and happy. Here are a few tips for keeping your indoor cat happy: Open the windows during the day in an area where your cat can sit and enjoy the sunshine. Cats love to sunbathe so ensure that the windows you open allow for natural light throughout the day. Invest in scratching posts and furniture. Finding the right scratching post or furniture for your cat is a great way to ensure they are happy and not scratching where they shouldn’t be. Cats...[Read More]
Doggie Supply and First Aid Kit Making a DIY pet supply and first aid kit is a great way to ensure you can care for your pet in case of an emergency or while you are out and about. The first step to creating your pet supply and first aid kit is to get a container that will fit all your supplies. Clearly label that the box is designated for your pets by decorating the outside. Here is a simple list to get your pet supply and first aid kit started: Gauze pads Benadryl Antibacterial wipes Paper medical tape Roll...[Read More]
Expert Tips for Driving With Pets As Winter starts to leave us and the weather gets warmer, more dog owners will take their pets for car rides, something most dogs love to do. Before you pull your car out of the driveway, be sure to make the trip safe for you and your pet. Reed Berry, award-winning traffic safety educator and California state-licensed traffic school instructor, includes pet safety in his presentations. Reminding everyone that pets are family members, “The Traffic Guy,” as Berry is known, offers suggestions for safe car rides for the entire family. Back Seat Driver Dogs...[Read More]