Posted by Bonnie + Kyle
It’s hard to believe that we are through November already and Christmas is 3 weeks away. November was a typically busy month for us with the added stress of a toddler’s birthday party thrown in the mix. Big H celebrated her 2nd birthday in November and Little H continues to grow like a weed. He has officially surpassed Kyle’s baby stats and Kyle is almost 6’5″ – NHL, here he comes!
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An alternative to a store bought pet food diet
Posted by Bonnie
Before I started making my own dog food this year, I had tried them on a number of store bought formulas. I’m talking, probably 6-8 different kinds. With grain, grain free, mid range price points, the most expensive the store had to offer.
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Who doesn’t like giving their dogs treats, amIright? These guys are part of the family and we want to feed them like it.
Posted by Bonnie
Well ok, treats in our dogs’ tummies. Who doesn’t like giving their dogs treats, amIright? I can feel the gratitude from my dogs when they receive a treat – but all three of our dogs have struggled with weight gain after spay and neuter, and controlling what they eat is important to me. These guys are part of the family and we want to feed them like it. There are a lot of really great natural treats for dogs on the market right now but nothing is more fresh than something made in your own kitchen. We are fortunate in that our pets don’t have any allergies… but what if they did? I recently saw a call out from a local pet rescue requesting donations of treats to sell at a bake sale and wanted to contribute. It was important to me to donate products that people could feel confident feeding their pets by avoiding the use of wheat and making some free of dairy as well – Both very common allergies in dogs of all sizes and breeds.
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Posted by Kyle
You have seen a few posts from my lovely wife Bonnie already so I figured I would take a minute to introduce myself. My name is Kyle and I am the other half of the dynamic duo known as Bonnie and Kyle (insert Bonnie and Clyde joke here).
I am the chief renovation officer of this operation after having picked up a large skill set from my father over the years (Thanks Dad.. It comes in super handy to be handy). I am extremely interested in fitness and nutrition, gardening/beekeeping, personal finance and of course, renovating so expect to hear a lot from me on these topics.
Looking forward to getting to know you.