Thursday, December 1, 2011

Smork We Love: Holiday Edition

As the holiday season quickly approaches (where does the time go?) we thought we'd help you out with some gift ideas for dogs, and the people that love them too!



The Tug-A-Jug provides a multi-sensory appeal to keep your dog interested and motivated to play by stimulating your pet's sense of sight, smell, hearing, touch and taste. Fill the Tug-A-Jug with their favorite treats or put a twist on meal time and fill with their favorite food. This is a smart dog toy that will feed your dog's stomach and mind.

The KONG Wobbler

The Wobbler is a KONG-shaped food dispensing toy and feeder that sits upright until pushed witha dog's paw or nose, then dispenses treats as it wobbles, spins and rolls. The unpredictable movement keeps the toy challenging, even for seasoned Wobbler users. Use the Wobbler as an alternative to a dog bowl, and help to extend meal time and exercise your dog.


Merricks: Venson Holiday Stew

And why should us humans get all the delicious goodies?
The Merricks are going to the dogs. Venison Holiday Stew is prepared with Venison, Red Jacket New Potatoes, Carrots, Zucchini, Sugar Peas, & Red Apples.


Culture Clash: Jean Donaldson

The Culture Clash depicts dogs as they really are - stripped of their Hollywood fluff, with their lovable 'can I eat it, chew it, urinate on it, what's in it for me' philosophy. Jean's tremendous affection for dogs shines through at all times, as does her keen insight into the dog's mind. Relentlessly, she champions the dog's point of view, always showing concern for their education and well being.
(The BEST dog book you will ever read, bar none.)

Bones Would Rain from the Sky: Suzanne Clothier

If you started life as a child who loved dogs more than anything else in the world and grew to an adult with the same love, then this new book by Suzanne Clothier belongs at the top of your list! Suzanne talks about her childhood with dogs and her relationship with them, and the differences between training and having a real relationship with your dog. She talks about specific dogs and situations, what she learned from them, and how they have changed her attitude towards dogs and towards training. The dogs you'll meet and the lessons they teach may make you want to start over with your dogs and develop a better relationship. At the very least you will come away from this special book with a different attitude towards your canine companions and a new understanding of training and relationships.

Meeting Milo: Yvette Van Veen

This beautifully written and illustrated book is geared towards children ages 3-6 to help keep them safe around canines....which also keeps canines safe around kids.

To purchase or for more info and excellent training resources, click HERE!


Scruffy Dog Photography Session

scruffy dog photography is not about your average pet portraits ... these are fun, intimate sessions, capturing your dog’s spirit and character using mostly natural light ... shot environmentally and in your home. no studios, no bright lights, no coercion, no stress.

Book your session HERE!


Smork & Beans by PirateEmm
"An intriguingly eclectic collection of curiosities..."

Garden markers, dog tags, memorial stones - you'll fine everything you what you want and more.

Shop HERE!

Leave a comment below and let us know what's on your wish/shopping list!

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