Hi there! Meet our beloved furbabies – Atlas and Mr. Flynn, two adorable English Staffordshire Bull Terriers
a few random fact about us:
➵I’m an older brother to my adopted brother Mr. Flynn, but we are totally inseparable! We act and love each other like brothers
➵My little brother is very vocal. No barking or howling but he has a very wide range of other funny noises, it can often sound like he’s trying to speak. Smart Guy, Huh? Really annoying, especially when you are trying to nap.
➵world’s best snoozer
➵always exceptionally cute
➵owner of the couch and the bed
➵food lover and intense stalker
➵the biggest smiler
➵funniest, loving, adorable … the biggest baby’s ever
➵we can open doors, even the handles are upside down – you can’t just lock us out
➵we hate roots in the garden, any kind of roots, no matter it’s a grass or one of mum’s ugly plants
➵favorite snacks including apple, banana, carrot, blueberry, watermelon, broccoli, spinach, parsley, dehydrated sweet potato,-papaya and coconut chips… as you might guess the list goes on.
➵Ohh and we love fresh juices! On the unhealthy side (well, mom said that) pizza crust, YAY YUM YUMMM that’s just so yummy (daddy he’s always sharing with us. We love you daddy, so much! Good boy!) – but don’t tell mom!!!!
WARNING: Cuteness Meter Overload
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I’ll be sharing easy to make, healthy and nutritious, all-natural Dog Treat recipes soon! Please, come back later.
Fruits & Veggies for Dogs
Raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, pineapple, apple, banana, papaya, mango, pears, watermelon, cantaloupe, coconut, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, celery, cucumber, green beans, brussels sprouts, sweet potato, pumpkin, zucchini, peas, turnip, parsnip, kale, beetroot, butternut squash.
When it comes to giving your dog fruits and veggies moderation is key. Too much of any treat, regardless of how healthy they are can cause stomach issues for your dog. Many fruits and veggies are high in fiber which is great for us, but in dogs too much fiber can cause digestive problems. Fruits have an abundance of natural sugar, so stick with a few small pieces at a time. Make sure to wash thoroughly and always remove seeds from fruit before giving them to your dog. You can offer vegetables raw, slightly steamed, boiled, or baked, sliced, diced or pureed.
Toxic Fruits & Veggies for Dogs
Grapes, raisins, currants, onions, garlic, chives, mushrooms, persimmons, peaches, plums, apricots, cherries, rhubarb, avocado, unripe tomatoes, lemons, lime, grapefruit.