I apologise, as it is now over a week since this post was originally ment to be posted. Sorry xx I haven’t have time as I’ve been up to my neck with homework and planning an English party; which suprisingly required quite a bit of crafting – I’ll tell you about it later.
But anyway, it’s been over a week now since my dogs actual birthday, and I just wanted to tell you all about what we did on her big day as she just seemed to enjoy it so much.
First we opened all her presents together. I just wanted to share this one with you as the treats are just so cute.
These are called doggy donughts and are available to buy for £1.99 from pets at homes own range: dog deli. which specialises in a wide variety of unique and special themed treats to match your favourite human delicacies – okay maybe some meat ones not so much – like choc chip cookies and ones like banana and peanut butter animal shapes. which I believe are made in the image of animal biscuits and are just so fun and quirky too look at.
However there are some more soly dog based ones like chicken and bacon minin hot dog bites as wells as pork and beef bites, and chicken and cheese meatballs which I think’s soley genius. And will have to get some of my friends dogs intime to try for christmas. (Lol. I know its 7 months away.)
I seriously recommend getting your dogs some.
After that, we played in the ball pit for a bit. She got so excited about taking her new toys and old ones in and out of the tent the balls were every where within the first 5 mins ! After that she kept wondering back and worth for about an hour before she finally tired her self out, and we settled down to watch our favourite film Patrick for the fifth time this week.
My dogo settling down on the sofa preparing to watch her favorite film, Patrick for the fith time this week. xx
I also recommend watching Patrick as well as buying your dog some cookie treats, as it’s got a really good soundtrack and plot which is about an single english teacher who inherits a pug from her grandma who turns her life around as she practices to run for a fun run and finds love, it’s got a really good plot as well as some really pretty scenery, making it our favourite film at the moment.
Once the film was done, we headed to the park just after noon for a romp about the ball pitch to stretch our sore legs – probally as a result of sitting watching Patrick too long. It was great fun and the dog had a great time running around playing chasies and raceing afterballs.
My sister took this really great photo of us mucking about being dafties at the pitch. I really love it as I had a really great time.
It really was a great day, throwing her a birthday party and I hope I can do it again sometime. Mabey in time for her birthday next year or by then something even greater! xx
Catsith Crafts xx