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I always say that our dog Shadow is the center of attention at our house. She is always first in line to get hugs and kisses when anyone walks in the door, and she is definitely spoiled with love and gifts! One way I love to spoil her is with yummy and nutritious foods like Nature’s Recipe®. Today I’m going to tell you why I love serving Nature’s Recipe to Shadow, and I’m going to show you how you can put together your dog’s favorite foods, toys, and essentials to create a fun dog gift basket.
Shadow is a chihuahua mix who weighs about 10 pounds. But don’t let her size fool you…she LOVES to eat! And I was excited to learn about the grain free varieties offered by Nature’s Recipe.
Nature’s Recipe dog food is available in wet and dry varieties, and you can find the dry food in a variety of sizes to fit you and your pet’s needs.
For 35 years Nature’s Recipe has worked to produce dog food that delivers premium ingredients and nutrition to dogs. Their food offers a high quality protein source as the number one ingredient. And the food includes no corn, wheat, or anything artificial.
I love offering Shadow wet food. It’s a great treat for her, and it’s so fun watching her chow down. I purchased several containers for her. The flavor varieties I found were Chicken & Wild Salmon Recipe, Chicken & Duck Recipe, and Chicken Recipe.
I love that Nature’s Recipe offers my dog high quality ingredients. Upon serving this to Shadow I could immediately see and smell the difference in this dog food and other wet foods I’ve served her.
Nature’s Recipe products are available in the dog food aisle at Kroger and all Kroger banner stores.
When holidays and special occasions roll around, I love showering Shadow with extra gifts. I recently made this gift basket for her. To make your gift basket, you will need a container; it could be a basket, but it could also be a nice box, bucket, or large bowl.
Then you will need some filler. This could be paper shreds, Easter grass, tissue paper. (For a dog gift basket, you could also use puppy pads as your filler.)
After placing this in the bottom of your container, start adding your toys and treats. I usually like to place larger items in the basket first, as well as items that some of the smaller items can be stacked on top of. So in the case of the basket shown here, I started by placing some flee medication and some toys in the basket. The larger items are not only eye catching, but they lay a great foundation for you to place your other items in and around. Next add your smaller items. If you use the larger items well, you should be able to place the smaller items in such a way that it makes a great professional looking presentation.
Need more inspiration for creating a dog gift basket or a dog owner gift basket. Here are a few items for your shopping list: Dog food (wet/dry), Dog Treats, Flee medicine, Dog Shampoo or other dog beauty products, collar, leash, Stuffed animals (especially toys that crinkle or squeak), balls, and chew toys.
How do you “treat” your dog? Do you give them special foods or toys? Take them to the park? Please leave a comment telling me your ideas.