Hello all! The most gracious of welcomes, and thank you for reading my blog. My apologies about not having given you a reading piece for  quite sometime. Now that my life is a bit more settled and relaxed, I plan on being more available to serve our blog, pups, and rescuers of all kinds.

Today I’d like to share my experiences with the “Bake-a-Bone” dog treat maker.

You can get them on e-bay for around $20-$25 dollars. That is where I got mine, quite some time ago.

I tried to share the link with you here, but I’m not sure if its working. If not, just go to Ebay.com and search “bake-a-bone.”
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As much as (*cringe*) I hate to say it, summer will be nearing to an end in just a few short weeks. And with pumpkins, chai tea, (dog) sweaters, beautiful colors, and cooler nights comes one thing that I think we can all relate to: Cooking more and (again, sigh/cringe)….eating more. Yes, that’s right; Jams, jellys, doughnuts, chille, and casseroles. You name it. So as good as we nourish ourselves and comfort ourselves with these little pleasures in our lives, why not do it for our furry friends too? I mean, all you Underhound readers out there, lets be real; You like to pretend you are the perfect doggie parent. And chances are, you’re not far from it. But I, as a pup foster myself and a dog parent at heart, know about the dirty little secrets. You stop into McDonalds and you buy yourself a burger, and you buy one for Fido too. He’s looking at you with his fur spiked up around his tiny face and his tail wagging. Umm…how can you not? Then there are those nights where you’re eating dinner and your foster pal Spot comes out around the corner with a sparkle in his eye and a tiny bit of drool hanging from his lip. So, you give in and pas him the piece of chicken. ..Oh please. I know how it is. (wink, wink). You get snowed by the waggly butts and the big brown eyes and you feed them food you know you shouldn’t. You had a long day at work and you are too tired to do something special for your furry friend. Life happens. Then comes the weekend, and you want to do a little something special for the ones you love. You might cook your man a lasagna that will knock his socks off and make your human kids some pie. But what about the dog?

Bake-a-bone is here to help. Just to clear things up, I have no special connection to the company or to the manufactures of “Bake-a-Bone,” in any regard. It just so happens that I have had really good experiences with using this item and I wanted to spread the word.

The greatest thing about this product is it is easy and quick to use, and as you can see from the picture it bakes several bones at one time in the grill. The clean up is a breeze, the dogs LOOOOVVVEE them, and it comes with a cookbook. That’s right, you read that right. IT COMES WITH A COOKBOOK. No fumbling around on your phone or computer while trying to man the kitchen like the magnificent woman (or man) that you are. And there are sooooo many recipes in it!! You can literally bake-a-bone anyway you like.

Here are some testimonials on the Bake-a-Bone and how they’ve made just a few of my pups (“bios” and fosters) happy:

"I love the 'nanna flavored bake-a-bones. Fossa mumma is a good cook." -Mia
“I love the ‘nanna flavored bake-a-bones. Fossa mumma is a good cook.” -Mia

 

"My favorite are the penit buttah bones. Fossa mumma made them all the time for me." -Phineas
“My favorite are the penit buttah bones. Fossa mumma made them all the time for me.” -Phineas

 

"I wuv all food. I wuv all bones. I eat evewthing." -Ellie-Mae
“I wuv all food. I wuv all bones. I eat evewthing.” -Ellie-Mae

 

 

This is yet another hound coincidentally by the name of Ellie-Mae. I babysit her a lot. As you can see from her face, she might turn her nose up at a bake-a-bone. Her daddy feeds her subway sandwiches with tuna, wholegrain dog food, and sometimes french fries. But, she might consider trying a bake-a-bone.
This is yet another hound coincidentally by the name of Ellie-Mae. I babysit her a lot. As you can see from her face, she might turn her nose up at a bake-a-bone. Her daddy feeds her subway sandwiches with tuna, wholegrain dog food, and sometimes french fries. But, she might consider trying a bake-a-bone.

 

I hope you all enjoyed! Happy ebay shopping…I know you’re going to get on there right now and order a bake-a-bone.

P.S. When Mia says ‘nannas, that translates into bananas. Oh, and she also liked the pumpkin cookies, too.

 

 

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