I don’t know about you, but I could spend hours pouring over Pinterest. I find so many great ideas for homemade pet food, DIY projects for both my dogs and me, home decor, and so much more. For me, Pinterest is a real time-suck… but in a good way.
Now for a moment let’s imagine that your dog has a Pinterest account. It’s kind of funny to think about what kinds of things might be found on those boards, but I’ve got a pretty good idea what my dogs would be pinning.
Although many people don’t allow their mutts into the kitchen, it’s one of my dogs’ favorite places in the house. If my husband and I are cooking, the dogs are right there with us, hoping for a scrap of food to fall to the floor. I know they’d totally love a set-up like the one pictured above, and we’d find lots of images like this one on their “dream house” board!
Back in the day, before I knew how bad they are, I used to give my dogs an occasional rawhide chew. We called them “chewies”. Nowadays we opt for something a little healthier, and my dogs are totally crazy about these apple chews. This would definitely be on their “yummy treats to make at home” board, and you can get the super simple recipe here.
Although I feel like I’ve created a very dog-friendly home, I’m sure both Nike and Georgie would love a mud room like the one pictured above. Treats and goodies, tennis balls for playing, and Mom would love that big sink for easy dog baths. Add this one to your dog’s “dog-friendly” home board on Pinterest, and click here to see some other great ideas.
My dogs enjoy spending a lot of time on our deck during the warm months of the year, and of course I always keep lots of water on hand for them. This very cool DIY project makes the coolest raised bowl ever, and I’m sure I’d find this on my dogs’ “Doggie DIY Projects” board on Pinterest. See the how-to here!
What kinds of things would your dog pin if he or she had a Pinterest account? I’d love for you to tell me in a comment below, or feel free to stop by my Facebook page to join the conversation there!