Disclosure: Thanks to Vita Bone® Artisan Inspired®Biscuits for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own. As always, we only share products we trust. Photos by Alice G Patterson Photography.
Like many of you, I’m obsessed with dogs. My Instagram feed is 90% dogs, I read lots of dog blogs, and I grin whenever I see a dog in public.
But the most important dogs in my life are the three that live with me. They each have their own personalities, likes, and pet peeves.
Throughout the day, I make time for my dogs. I try to have my dogs practice their tricks a few times a day and reward them with small treats. At the end of every day, Theo and I hang out together. Nelly happily sits in my lap or nearby, while Sophie prefers to lounge on the kitchen floor.
Although Theo loves cuddling and plush toys, he is always hoping for a treat or a snack. Occasionally, I like to give my dogs a snack just for being themselves. Theo is incredibly food motivated, and I think he appreciates getting a snack for no apparent reason. (Other than we love him.) I’m pretty sure my dogs equate food with love.
This weekend we’ll be having an early Thanksgiving dinner with my husband’s family. It is always a big event. My brother-in-law provides the staples, and everyone else brings a few dishes. We’ll be bringing a couple of side dishes, including homemade cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole, as well as a pie. (I will make two of everything, one to share and one to enjoy at home.)
There will be about 40-60 people there, including a lot of little kids. Unfortunately, it isn’t a dog-friendly event, so my pups will stay at home.
And although I love my husband’s family, interacting with so many people in one day leaves this introvert a little exhausted. As you might suspect, my favorite way to recharge is by spending time with my dogs.
I’m already looking forward to cuddling with my dogs on the sofa. I’ll also be enjoying the perfect post Thanksgiving snack: Crantastic Crostini. It is an easy and tasty snack for humans, but not so great for dogs. However, much to Theo’s delight, I picked up a bag of Vita Bone® Artisan Inspired®Biscuits Turkey Stuffing & Cranberry flavor dog biscuits.
Theo is absolutely wild about the taste! He nearly lost his mind waiting for his snack.
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About Alice G Patterson Photography: Based in Syracuse, New York, Alice specializes in photography for creative women entrepreneurs.