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Our sweet Baxter has been a part of our family for almost three years now. That’s almost three years of pure joy and lots of furry hugs, belly rubs, and laughter. Does he ever make us laugh.
I’ve had several dogs in my lifetime but none that had quite the personality that Baxter does, he really is like a shorty, hairy canine comedian.
He is a good dog, always trying to please us. There is no question that Baxter loves us unconditionally. We hope he knows that love is reciprocated. One way we show him our love and how proud of him we are is by rewarding him with treats.
Quality Dog Treats at an Affordable Price
I want the treats we feed him to be of high quality and thanks to Nudges Dog Treats, we can provide him quality treats at an affordable price.
If you are a budget-minded person, Nudges Dog Treats are perfect. You really don’t have to sacrifice quality over price.
One of my favorite sections of Walmart is the pet section. I could spend hours there, really. It’s where I pick up Nudges Dog Treats for Baxter.
Baxter loves Nudges Sizzlers and Grillers. I can tell you they look and smell like high-quality treats and Baxter would tell you they taste great. I love that they are made with real chicken, pork, duck or beef. I also love that they are made in the USA. I can feel good about giving Baxter wholesome dog treats.
Another way dog owners show they love their dogs is by providing them with toys. It’s easy to give your pets budget-friendly dog toys, too, by making them yourself with things you probably already have around the house.
DIY Dog Toy in 5 Easy Steps
It’s so quick and easy to make. Just follow these 5 easy steps…
What you Need:
- Tennis ball
- Old T-Shirts
Step 1: Gather your materials
Step 2: Cut at least two strips of material (I did three) but probably no more than four strips or it will be too thick to go through the ball and make them long enough to give you at least a few inches on either side of the ball (plus enough room to tie knots).
Step 3: Tie a knot on one end and start braiding the material.
Step 4: As you are braiding the material be sure to make it very tight by pulling the material tautly as you continue to braid.
Step 5: Drill a hole through the tennis ball and push your braided material through one end of the ball (I used the sharp end of my scissors to push it through). Once it’s through, tie a knot in that end.
The real test is giving it to your fur friend to try it out.
Baxter gives his seal of approval. He loves it!
I told you it was easy! And I already had everything to make this pull or tug toy so it didn’t cost me a thing.
It’s not difficult to reward your pups with good for them treats and dog toys without breaking the bank.
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