Archive for the 'Pug Treats' Category

Delicious Puppy Cake Mix

November 8th, 2009 at 10:10 pm

We love the Puppy Cake mix at FunnyFur.com. It’s so delicious and easy to make.


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Making Your Own Puppy Cake or Muffins

November 8th, 2009 at 10:10 pm

This thing is so easy! It’s hard finding a local place that makes fresh doggy cakes, muffins, or treats so I have been trying to find easy products out there to help me bake at home for the Puggies.


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Another Lazy Saturday

June 24th, 2007 at 12:31 am

Enjoying life as the Princes of the house…

Brownie devouring into his pork knot.  Yummy.

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Porky (below) is an expert at devouring treats and begging for them as well.  His ability to use his paws (all paws on deck…seriously) to tackle a chew toy or treat is very impressive.  He can take apart anything and kill any toy.  He killed an indestructable Bamboo camo star toy when he was only a 8 week puppy (that was his first toy ever)!  A skill Brownie has yet to master nor get close.  Notice he likes to close his eyes when he is busy with a treat.  His name is very befitting to his love, FOOD.

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They chased off their humans and now have their Seabury Sofa (it’s a feather down) from Pottery Barn all to themselves.  Yes, we love Pottery Barn in this house!  In fact, we think Pottery Barn should ask P & B to model for one of their catalogs!

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Good o’ Puglicicous meatilicious treats versus Organic healthy snacks?

March 16th, 2007 at 8:04 am

We were reading Roy & Gwen’s blog and thinking poor Porky & Brownie may be missing those Puglicious and meatilicious treats! I mean, pig hocks, pig ears, meat chews & jerkies, etc…yummy for the Pug’s tummy! Since the Vet advised us many times that our Puggies were too fat and overweight, we decided to change their treats and eating patterns. Our first attempts to change to weight management food failed as Porky began eating poo. So we gather maybe there was not enough nutrients in the weight management. Now, we mix Nutro Ultra Adult and Nutro Ultra Weight Management (3/4 cup in AM and 1/2 cup in PM). Pig ears and other meatilicious treats are only on special occassions. Regular snacks and treats include organic watermelon, banana (one a day split between the two), baby carrots, cheese (one slice per week), soy yogurt, and other fruits (non-citrus and seedless of course). We still give them all natural Chicken chips (very sparingly). Since Grandma bought the boys 2 gigantic jars, we feel obligated not to be wasteful. We are proud to share that Porky is now 23lbs (from nearly 30lbs) and Brownie is now 20lbs (from 24lbs). Yeah! Finally, the Vet had something good to say about their weight! What treats do you give your Pug or Puggies? Are they overweight? Uummm…is their such a thing as a skinny Pug (LOL)?


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Brownie loves his rawhide!

March 9th, 2007 at 2:17 am

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More watermelon please!

August 31st, 2006 at 3:45 am

It’s a known fact that all pugs love to eat, eat, and eat some more. Then nap of course. Our Brownie loves fruits, especially watermelon. We usually cut the watermelon in half and eat it with a spoon while watching TV. Brownie loves to stick his head on top of the watermelon and attack each spoonful. I have never seen him move his head so fast! Meanwhile, when he does get a piece, he relaxes and lounges on a pillow or the couch, then devours his treat. He also enjoys watching “Dog Whisperer”. He soemtimes thinks the dogs are barking at him and he gets really excited.

I have now reduced dog treats and increased more all natural treats consisting of some soy yogurt, watermelon, apple, peaches, and salad. I found this has reduced the odor from his stools as well as help him trim down. As with all other pugs, our Porky and Brownie are both overweight. Brown is now at a healthy weight and much more active. We have also noticed he eats more since we started switching off his food every month or so. We realized it’s hard to eat the same thing everyday so we try to change it up so he doesn’t get bored.

Chow down on the fruits!


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