Sage Hound Farm

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Dog Treats

Bacon, Cheddar and Parsley Dog Treats

Martha Stewart would not be happy with these dog treats. They are the ugliest treats I have ever made for my dogs and they are also their absolute favorite.   I am a perfectionist and hate it when something I bake doesn't turn out beautiful. But I swallowed my pride and decided to share because they are so quick and easy. With a few tweaks they will turn out beautiful AND yummy. See the video at the end for a first hand view of my mistakes.   Ingredients: 2 cups...


Our First Year Gardening in Central Oregon

Time to Start Well it is our first year gardening in Central Oregon and I feel up to the challenge! I never thought that I would be so excited to garden. I mean I have never really had a green thumb. Add to that the fact that we now have only 65-120 days to grow outside and you may wonder why I'm so excited. It's because our move to Sage Hound Farm has been my dream for quite some time. And having a big garden that...

Remembering 2017

Well that's a wrap! Can't believe that 2017 is over and we are actually in the first week of 2018. One of the ways we prepare for the new year and our new goals is to acknowledge the previous year with all of the great things that happened and the challenges. Sometimes I forget how much we accomplished over the course of the year. So, let's dive in for a quick summary. [vc_separator type="normal" position="left" color="" border_style="solid" width="" thickness="" up="" down=""] Sage Hound Farm Probably the biggest change for...


Shooting for the Petco Calendar

"Would you like to work with Petco to help create images for their 2018 calendar? It will be a paid shoot (YAY!) and you would need to travel." said the email from Caitlyn at HeartSpeak. Of course I am paraphrasing, but I was more than excited to put my name in the hat for a chance to be chosen. Not only was it a paid shoot, but I would have an opportunity to work with key Petco employees and their dogs (plus 2 amazing hairless...


The Fence: The Process and Final Result!

It's finished! I absolutely love it! Not only does it look great, but it also keeps all of the troublemakers, namely Marty, in the yard and out of trouble. To find out the backstory on why we had such an urgent need for the fence check out part one of the story. As you can see below, we have a huge 16' gate with a horse panel attached to make sure nobody gets out. It is wide enough that we can fit a big truck or long...


Outdoor Gear Review – Grip Tex Dog Boots

We had our first dusting of snow and were able to give Marty's new dog boots a try. This was perfect since we didn't want to start off on some long hike and find out they didn't work or gave him sores. So, this morning we suited Marty up for a test run.   These are the Ruffwear Grip Trex Dog Boots. We have used them a couple of times but usually just for one foot due to an injury so this was the first opportunity we...


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