Monday, March 10, 2014

Doin' Double Duty

   Happy Tuesday!  We are blogging double duty today.  For the past couple of weeks, we have joined Tasty Tuesdays hosted by Kol’s Notes and Sugar the GoldenRetriever.  Following this hop will lead you to drool-worthy recipes, you can paws at food related reviews, and sniff out all kinds of tasty blog posts.  Yummmmm…Tasty Tuesdays!
   We love joining our wonderful friends over at Dogs 'n Pawz, our host the blog hop, Tuesday’s Tails.  It shares stories of adoptable pets and shines a spotlight on the urgent need for us to opt to adopt.  Please hop by to share these deserving pets’ stories.
   Our Tasty Tuesday recipes are from the book, The Basset Hound by: Bobbye Land.  It
"Mom warned me not to
dog-ear her pages.  I'll just nose-print
 the good stuff about living with me."
is the first book I purchased after receiving Bentley.  If you are thinking about sharing your life with an adorable Basset, you should read this book first.  Since I have started Barking from the Bayou, I find myself reading and referring to often.
Fresh breath...for times like this!
   There is nothing sweeter than a face full of love from your fur-child.  That is unless you pup suffers from halitosis (bad breath).  All dogs get stinky dog breath every once in a while.  If your best friend has chronic foul breath, a trip to the vet is required.     Halitosis can signal a potential health risk and needs to be checked.  If your dog just needs a quick breath freshener, this recipe will do the job.

No-More-Bad-Breath Biscuits
2 cups brown rice flour
1 Tbsp. Activated charcoal
3 Tbsp. Canola oil or vegetable oil
1 egg
½ cup chopped fresh mint
½ cup chopped fresh parsley
2/3 cup low-fat milk
Preheat oven to 400˚ (204˚C).  Mix the flour and activated charcoal in a small bowl.  Add the rest of the ingredients, mixing well after each ingredient.  Using a teaspoon, drop the biscuits about 1” (2.5 cm) apart onto a well-greased cookie sheet.  Bake the biscuits for 15 ~ 20 minutes or until they are golden brown.  Cool completely.  Store the biscuits in the refrigerator in an airtight container.
*Activated charcoal should be readily available at your pharmacy or market.



For Tuesday’s Tails, I’d like to introduce you to Beairdsley.  He has been at PetSavers since June of 2011 when he was only six months old.  He had one adoption that didn’t work, so he really needs a secure and loving environment.



Also, the good people at PetSavers are in need of some fence repairs.  A few of theirs are in bad shape and could be a potential problem for the dogs.  If you or someone that you know does fence repairs, please consider volunteering your time to help.  There’s nothing like good Canine Karma!  Contact PetSavers at (318) 636-0400.  Thanks!

We are Barking from the Bayou on these two great hops!
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15 comments :

  1. i linked this post to my Facebook so we can spread the word and help Beairdsley and PetSavers!

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    1. Thanks Jessica! I know that will be a big help. <3

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  2. No more bad breath!?? Sounds great to me!!! I might have to try that recipe! Thanks for sharing!
    And it's nice to meet you Beairdsley!
    Paws crossed for your adoption! You certainly are a gorgeous pup!!

    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  3. Good luck Beairdsley, you're a pretty handsome Fella!

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  4. Must be fun having a book about yourself. I can't find any book about GBGV's except the one from my breeder in England. So, do you have super fresh breath now? I have really nice breath since my lip surgery last fall. Lots more kisses these days!

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  5. You are ambitious, getting in both blog hops! But it's a great idea, I always have trouble picking and choosing between all the great ones that are going.
    Great recipe....but where do you find activated charcoal?
    Beairdsley is a cutie and I can't believe how long he's been at the shelter!
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  6. I hope that Beairdsley gets to go home soon, we will share too!

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  7. Those biscuits sound tasty!
    Nola

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  8. I never knew dogs could eat charcoal, that's very interesting. Thanks for the recipe!

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  9. Great looking treat recipe! I may have to try that out this weekend. Good luck to Beardsley.

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  10. Great recipe! And Beardsley is a beauty! Sharing. Please stop by our new Tuesday's Tails Facebook page and give us a like :-)

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  11. He is precious! Please like our Tuesday's Tails Facebook Page if you haven't already! Have a great day! Sharing!

    https://www.facebook.com/TuesdaysTails

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  12. Crossing our paws for Beairdsley that he'll find a forever home SOON!

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  13. Tasty treats sound great. Hope beairdsley finds a home soon.

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