Daily Archives: December 27, 2011

Meaty Wheat Gluten Free Dog Treats

3 cups boiled rice-white or brown. For best results, rinse the rice and then let rice soak for 30+ minutes before cooking.
1/2 cup mixed cooked vegetables, cooked chicken breast, beef liver or other protein source
1 egg
1/4 cup milk
1/4 cup grated cheese
Smooth the meat or vegetables in an ovenproof dish or baking sheet. Beat the egg and milk together and pour over the flattened meat. Sprinkle with grated cheese and bake for 15-20 minutes (350 degrees F) until the cheese melts and the egg/milk mixture sets. Allow to cool before serving. Refrigerate unused portion.

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New England Pet Hospice

The deadline for preregistration ($50 deposit) for Dr. Ella Bittel’s Animal Hospice weekend seminar HERE in Massachusetts on May 18-20 is JANUARY 30th. You DON’T want to miss her only East Coast appearance!! Please pre-register now


All we animal lovers ever want is to do the best for our animal. When it comes to dying, what is best can be more complex than euthanizing. There is a way to come to peace with the dying process and discover its life enriching value. Animals can teach us about this if we let them. – Ella Bittel..

Blind Pug and Her Pug Guide Dog Need a Home

Do you know anyone in the UK that would like to adopt ….. pass this on

Franky left and his blind BFF, Elly

An adorable blind pug and her BFF, who also happens to be her volunteer guide dog, are in need of a loving home together after being found in “poor condition” in South Wales, U.K.

Franky, a big black pug, is very playful and rambunctious. Elly, a fawn-colored small pug, is super cuddly. Elly sniffs the air and nuzzles into Franky for guidance, and Franky leads her safely on walks, and to food and other points of interest.

Elly leans into Franky for guidance

‘This little duo obviously love each other very much,” says Elaine Buchan, manager of the RSPCA center in Newport, South Wales. “They both like to partake in doggy delights such as playing with toys and sniffing trees, but it is clear to center staff they did not have that life before.”

I wonder what their circumstances were before the RSPCA got them. The dogs will have to have operations before their adoption. I could not find out why from any story out there.

Any Dogster readers in Wales have room in your hearts and homes for this beautiful puggy pair? Better sign up soon, because if they’re anything like the blind dog and guide dog in the photo below, people will be lining up by the hundreds to adopt them. (These great Danes in Shropshire, England, were put up for adoption because their owners could no longer care for the two. Are they gorgeous or what?)

Sources: The Daily MailBBC