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 Guest Blog By: Mandy Sieck-Vavreck, Sioux Falls Puppy Love Bakery

Baskets, bunnies and Easter candy make this time of year fun, but it can also be dangerous for your dog. Some sweet treats can pose a health problem, especially those with chocolate. Vets see more cases of food poisoning in pups around Easter and Christmas because of they may easily be able to get to candy. Some of those snacks can cause more than a sweet tooth, they can be deadly for dogs. Chocolate can kill a puppy because of theobromine, a natural stimulant found in cocoa beans, which can harm their heart or nervous system. Grapes, raisins and macadamia nuts can also be toxic to our four-legged friends. If your puppy does get into some human candy, this chart can help you know what to do.

Easter Basket by Sioux Falls Puppy Love Bakery

You can also distract your dog with their own Easter basket and make it a special day for your furbabies.  Puppy Love Bakery’s Puppy Easter Baskets include extra-large Puppy Love Bakery treats, a Pup Cake, a bandana and an extra surprise! Our treats are healthy, delicious and safe for your pup (and any bunnies who might find the basket!).

(Baskets cost $8 and can be ordered by calling 605-366-2515 or emailing mandy@sfpuppylovebakery.com by 11 a.m. Saturday, April 23, 2011.)

Canine Cuisine is a monthly column by Mandy Sieck-Vavreck of Sioux Falls Puppy Love Bakery. Sioux Falls Puppy Love Bakery creates tasty, natural and healthy treats for your pooch.

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Guest Blog By: Mandy Sieck-Vavreck, mandy@sfpuppylovebakery.com

This past Sunday, I had the pleasure of catering Rupert’s Christmas Tea—an annual holiday gathering hosted by Rupert the Beagle. Rupert (and his fabulous humans Sara and Dale) invited me, and my dachshund Lily to cater his holiday gathering. He invited five of his closest friends to join him in an afternoon of gift exchanging and treat sampling. Before the party started, a few early arrivals tried sampling the treats by sneaking treats from the table. Larger dogs like Cooper had no trouble, while Lily (our dachshund) had to scale the dining chair onto the table to reach the bowl of treats.

Once all attendees were present and had gotten to know one another, it was time for Rupert’s annual gift exchange. Each dog brought a wrapped gift to give to another canine attendee and squeak toys and treats were exchanged amongst happy four-legged friends. When the gift exchange ended (and the gifts tucked away and saved for later), each dog enjoyed a variety of snacks, courtesy of Puppy Love Bakery. The children attendees passed out treat after treat after treat to any dog willing to take them. They passed out our fabulous Apple Rounds—composed of apples, carrots, bananas, whole wheat flour, oats and honey, along with multiple Banana Berry Loves—a mixture of strawberries, bananas, carrots, whole wheat flour, oats and sunflower oil. Each dog was excited to try a new (and dare I say “healthy”) treat!

In addition to a fantastic gift exchange, the much-loved pooches were given a lovely, healthy dining experience, and to my knowledge, no dog ate so many treats that he urped in the car on the way home! If you would like to learn more about Puppy Love Bakery catering, please visit our website or contact me via e-mail at mandy@sfpuppylovebakery.com!

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