CHANGE:Letting go of your caterpillar


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sadie17springAs Easter and Passover come together in the calendar this year I wish the world “hope” for a better tomorrow. The world news has recently been ugly and seem to be hatred voracious feeders. With this spring we have hope that the world will turn towards a better tomorrow and change into the beautiful place that it can be.

We have been going through some changes in our house as well because my human has a very bad allergy. You can read about it here:

This change has been hard for me as some of my favorite foods have been banned from the kitchen. But this is just a change that has also brought some beauty into my life too. Now we are experimenting in the kitchen with a lot more meat and fish recipes which I think is a beautiful thing since I am the official house taster.  I will be having some new pet friendly recipe to share soon.

Wishing you all change, beauty, love and peace.


If Dogs Ruled: it would be a better place

At Night in the Lantern Garden, 3d CGDogs should rule the world… it would be a better place: our national sport would be fetch and everyone could play no matter how slow, how overweight, or how uncoordinated you are… everyone would win!

There would be no wars or battles over religion or land, just friendly sniffing about and playing in the fields. There would be naps, belly rubs and free kisses for all.

Money would be a common currency of treats and tennis balls.

Size would not matter, BIG and small would be equal.

Life would be a beautiful place, can you hear it…can you speak it?

Woof what a wonderful thought indeed.
Love Sadie

Selfie | is it art or just memorex


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Art is everywhere… and in today’s world there is a lot of art that is something called a #selfie.

So we decided what if we turned it around and made the art create the selfie. So mom made me into a cartoon that painted a selfie. So which is the art? The cartoon? The selfie or the multimedia image?

So if a selfie is a portrait then it is art right? Ir is it a cultural phenomenon? Or a reflection of the world we are living in…the malleability of our own brand identity? Or are we acting out our own fictional storyline?

What do you think? Is that a smartphone I see in your hand? ART! Or ARF!

Be the Hero of your own story


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Little SuperheroToday I had to be the hero of not just my own story but my two-legged mommy. We were cooking one of my favorite dishes and had a nasty accident. My mom was using a strange contraption called a mandolin which I thought was for playing music but found out it is for cutting potatoes.

We were having fun then IT happened! Mommy let out a yelp like I have never heard. There was lots of other words being yelled too but I am not allowed to use words like that. There was blood everywhere, I know I had to be the hero… I helped by telling the entire house there was need for a MEDIC!!!! Thanks to my alert we were able to ally pressure and slow the bleeding. Mommy threw that nasty mandolin in the trash and we made my dinner minus a piece of mommies little finger.


  • 2 thin sliced potatoes (mom says do not use a Mandolin)
  • 1 pound ground beef or turkey
  • 1/2 cup carrots
  • 1/2 cup broccoli
  • 1 cup spinach
  • 1 sweet potato
  • 4 cups water or (beef/chicken broth)
  • cheese (I like gouda but you can use any melty cheese)

    layer all your ingredients in a baking dish
    cook 350 degrees for 45 minutes

Now I am off to be a hero again and sit with mommy as she ices her boo boo finger. I am a good nurse who gives lots of kisses.

This Years Lessons to be Thankful for: Woof


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16354504 - christmas home decoration with tree, gifts and fireplace.
As I sit patiently waiting for Santa to come.  Well to really tell the truth I am not a patient dog, I already opened 2 gifts because I COULDN’T WAIT and Santa had left them right in the closet so his sleight was not so heavy when he made his rounds. I just hope that doesn’t make me eligible for that naughty list my mom keeps telling me about.

Anyhow, my lesson learned this year to take with me into the new shiny new year is this:


This may sound like a simple thing to do but it really isn’t.

For me it is about putting something in my mouth that might harm me,
my mom yells out:

For people it is about forgiving, and moving on from something that might poison their heart and stink up their day/week/year/life unless they just Drop It. Leave It. Let It Go.

As I see it from my “four-legged” perspective it works like this: You see another pretty little dog with a stripe down it’s back… You approach with all good intentions of making a new friendship BUT then they spray you for no reason. OH the STINK! How mean of this new potential friend. You get MAD, you want revenge. You chase that D#MN poo-poo-pet off your property and you denounce any other “black and white” potential pal you see all the while huffing with disgust. For years you hold onto this grudge remembering the  stinking consequences of that nasty meeting. A BATH, and another BATH. Your humans humiliated you by holding their noses and plopping you in the sink time and time again.

You then keep this grudge against all things “black and white” rather than just leaving that anger behind you. You never let it go because of that one encounter. It ruins your days. It ruins anything good and you just can’t move on.

Well, no more, I forgive you mr. skunk. You probably were having a bad day yourself and I am leaving my anger behind me and moving on. I think I might visit to that new dog I saw move in across the way who is “black and white”, the one with the pretty long swishy tail that speaks in “meows”, must be a foreigner.

Yes I am not ever letting the past taint my future again.
Lesson Learned:

Have you learned a good lesson this year to be thankful for?

Waiting for Santa and other “pawsome” stuff


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It is that time of year again, when we start the count down til Santa-paws comes to town! This time I am going to stay awake and watch him place all those goodies under the tree, for the last 4 years I have slept through it and I am determined to find out who he is and why he only comes once a year.

This year we are making Santa Chicken Waffles which is a dog friendly recipe!

The Grocery List:
1/2 cup Honey (you will want to to be runny)
1/2 cup Cooked Chicken Breasts (you will shred it up)
1 cup Gluten-Free Flour (we use Brown Rice Flour but you can use oat or other types)
1 cup Lactose-free Milk
1 Egg
1 t. Baking Powder

In a large bowl crack the egg!
Whisk it up and
Add in the Lactose-free Milk
Whisk it up again
Add in the Honey
Whisk it up some more
Add in the gluten-free rice flour slowly while whisking so not to have lumps
you want the mixture to be moist but not too runny
Fold in your shredded cooked chicken pieces
add a little more lactose-free milk if it is too stiff but make sure it isn’t too runny

We cook ours in a waffle iron on #4

I like my waffles with a little un-sweetened apple sauce or when I have been sick with a little pumpkin puree. We have found a good product called Firmup by Diggin.

I am sure Santa-paws will love these as much as I do.

This year I have asked him for the following:
1. new blankie
1. new squeekie
1. new tiny ball
and lots of love to share with all the shelter pups so that they all find a fun forever home for the holidays and beyond!

I’m waiting, RIGHT HERE for new next 26 nite nites! Then I will stay up all night on the 27th day to see you fill my stocking!


The Truth About Jack…O’Lantern


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Little girl in the forest while HelloweenOne of my favorite times of year is Howl-O’ween because there are so many yummy treats we make all year round with this yummy large rounded orange-yellow fruit. BUT I was horrified to find out the REAL story. Hold on to your hat while I spin out the REAL story in case you have not heard it told.

It seems according to Celtic folklore, a long, long, long time ago before you or I were ever born there was this poor farmer named Jack! Well, one night in the harsh winds of fall, Mr Jack got drunk on adult apple cider and tricked the devil himself! His trick-or-ry got the poor man Jack turned away from both heaven and hell when he suddenly died one October night. He was cast away into the darkness of a place called purgatory. Jack carved himself a lantern from a turnip an angel had gifted him and a discarded piece of burning coal the devil had tossed him from hell.

As the story goes, Mr. Jack used this lantern to guide his lost soul and the Celtic people all believed that they needed to place Jack-o-Lanterns outside their homes and roadsides to help guide other lost spirits home as they wandered the streets on All Hallows’ Eve, October 31st… the same day that poor drunken Jack was laid to unrest.

Historically pumpkins had to be substituted after 1846 due to the Irish potato famine when the Celtic people had to flee to North America and turnips were hard to find.

So the next time you see a smiling or scary pumpkin glowing at you… remember Jack and his turnip…do a little soul searching and be thankful you can find your way home!
Love Sadie

Howling good Pumpkin Recipes for Dogs


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little witch outdoors

Happy Halloween!@sadiemiki the little Miki with a big heart!

It’s time to look for the Great Pumpkin again!

Mom is heating up our kitchen with some yummy treats. Pumpkin is an extremely friendly dog food that is yummy as well as beneficial for fiber and beta-carotene, which the body converts to vitamin A. I am licking my lips just thinking about all the great recipes we can make:

Pumpkin Party Balls
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes

2 cups oat flour
1 egg
1 cup pure pumpkin puree
2 tablespoons honey
2 teaspoons ground flaxseed
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon sea salt

Grab a medium sized mixing bowl and mix all the ingredients up good.

Place the mixture in the fridge for 12-24 hrs for easier handling (it is kinda gooey)

Shape into little balls (I like mine tiny as my mouth is petite, even if the mailman thinks it is big)

Place the bite sized balls on a lined cookie sheet.

Bake 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

Let cool and enjoy!

Pumpkin Ice Ice Baby
Use 100% pumpkin puree or puree your own boiled pumpkin.

Pour the mixture into ice cube trays.


These are just like little popsicle treats.

Pumpkin cubes are a healthy snack that is great for healthy skin and coats.

Pumpkin helps with upset tummies too!!! Bonus.

PBnTasty: PupCream Recipe


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I am working on my PupScout Ice Cream Badge and have a recipe to share with everyone. Now this recipe is not for the faint of stomach, there is a waiting period for eating this wonderful PupCream.

1. Pick out some nice ripe B.A.N.A.N.A.S! 3 to be exact.

2. Peel them naked.

(you might need your paw-rents help here)


NITE, NITE BANANAS… see you in 24 hours!

3. Blend Bananas in

the food processor

3. Add in 1 Tablespoon of creamy peanut butter

SERVE IMMEDIATELY or place in a container and freeze for a firmer treat. I eat mine rignt away! No time like the present to give yourself a tasty treat. If you like, you can add in strawberries or blueberriess too! I like mine classic.


now that’s one tasty PUPCREAM

the two-leggers like this mixture too,
so make sure to finish your bowl or they may eat it!
love ya  Miss Sadie

Dare to Believe | Beyond your Reality


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sadieandthefairyprinceSometimes life’s struggles and complications can really get our two-legged people down and I just wanted to share the secrets we dogs know.

  1. Life is short so see the wonder in everything from a smelly old shoe to a frog in the woods…he may be a prince or the next president of the United States…you never know.
  2. Forget about it, so you didn’t get that raise or the someone accidentally stepped on your tail, in the scheme of things it isn’t worth being mad about it. Be glad…you are wealthy because of all the little things in life, now that’s something to wag your tail about.
  3. Enjoy the ride, don’t keep looking down at the bills, the dirty dishes…stick your head out the window let your tongue and ears flap in the wind…enjoy the little things because they are the important ones.

We dogs snuggle up in the corner of our two-legged people’s heart fur-ever and ever because we dare to believe beyond our reality…we believe it with all our heart.

Love Sadie