Posts Tagged ‘holidays’


Do you need to fill your dog’s stocking for Christmas? The Fopper’s Gourmet Dog Treat Bakery presents cute little dog treats made from safe ingredients that you can eat. It is very important to know what goes in that furry friend’s stomach. Let them enjoy the holidays with you with the “Joy to the World” Gourmet Treats Gift Set. The treats are peanut flavored and delightful for your pet’s enjoyment!


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December 16, 2013 7:06 pm

During the Thanksgiving holiday, I got the privilege spending time with my significant other’s niece who is 4 years old. This little girl is the brightest and smartest child I have been around with yet. She of course wanted to play, and I did so. We did not have baby dolls, therefore we resorted to playing with puzzles. She was very animate and concentrated really hard to put all the pieces together. She told me a story with each puzzle we put together, as she cannot read quite yet.

Share the holiday spirit by getting your loved one a great stocking stuffer or side item: the gift of a puzzle. Pampered Pet Supply has a cute assortment of farm puzzles. Each puzzle is set up for ages 9 and up. They are 500 pieces so a family could enjoy an evening together or do what I did, one on one with a little girl. There is fun for everyone!

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December 5, 2013 6:02 pm

During the winter time more predators start looking for food closer to homes. Coyotes and bobcats are a nuisance here in Florida during the winter season since they are taking care of their cubs. I hear howling occasionally. Having free range poultry is beneficial for the bird, however, protection is needed as well. The Poultry Net is your option!  Being 48 inches tall, your chickens and geese can be contained. The spacing is made for them. This is a prefabricated fence with 11 electrified horizontals. All you need to do is pick an area you want to contain your animals and set it up! This fence keeps out most predators. As always, do provide your birds with a safe shelter for the evening. Give your poultry the gift of protection this holiday!



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November 20, 2013 6:16 pm