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Great toy for those big, playful GSD's..Our dogs love to wrestle, retrieve and play with one another, the standard Kong Toy wasn't enough, so we made our own KING KONG...I added a boat buoy to an extremely thick rope with knots in it and they tug to their hearts content, never breaking or chewing it up.




Illustration from The Dog Owners Manual published by QuirkBooks

It is a common belief that 1 human year is equal to 7 dog years. That is not very accurate, since dogs reach adulthood within the first couple of years.The formula is: 10.5 dog years per human year for the first 2 years, then 4 dog years per human year for each year after.





    

Homemade Doggie Shampoo

An empty plastic container that hold 24 oz (or more if you are doubling/tripling)

1 cup Ivory clear liquid dish soap
1 cup apple cider vinegar
3/4 cup water
1/4 cup glycerine
A funnel
A container large enough for mixing (I use a milk jug)

How to mix your homemade dog shampoo:
Using the funnel, pour the water, apple cider vinegar, clear dish washing soap, and glycerine into the milk jug.
Put the cap on and mix it up! (watch for bubbles!)
You can either leave the shampoo in the milk jug or pour it into a smaller container (or containers if you made a larger batch).
Label your bottle so you remember what it is!
Shake the soap well before you use it (every time!) This mixes up the glycerine.



     

Homemade Doggie Conditioner

A quart of water (4 cups)
2 teaspoons of rosemary (fresh if you have it, but dried works too!)
Paper towel/cheesecloth
Colander
Bowl slightly larger than colander

How to make your homemade dog conditioner:

Boil the water and then add rosemary
Remove from heat and cover, letting it seep for 10 minutes
Strain out the rosemary by setting the colander in the bowl and placing a paper towel/cheesecloth in the colander. Pour the liquid into the lined colander.
Let the water/rosemary mixture cool to a lukewarm temperature

How to use your homemade dog conditioner:

After the mixture is cool and you have rinsed off any shampoo, pour the conditioner over your dog’s coat, working it in with your hands.
No further rinsing is necessary, just pat dry with a towel or let your pup shake!





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Thank you for all the lovely pictures you have taken of us. We love to smile for you cuz we can see that pigs ear in your pocket.....or maybe its the hot pink ear muffs...

Lana Zerebeski Scahill



 

 

We are very health conscious and want the best for our new German Shepherd Puppies and our Adult dogs.
We feed an all natural diet at our kennel, consisting of raw meat and bones, plenty of fishes, which are full of omega 3's, yogurt, cottage cheese,eggs, organ meats,beef, chicken, fruit and vegetables.
Added vitamins to a diet are just as important with Vit E as an essential, Vit C, kelp, alphalfa and salmon oil.
We provide our diet to our customers and offer our homemade dog food for puppy to take home once he leaves our kennel.

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