Author: Manuela

Bow Tie Collars by Stuff Steph Does

Consider yourself a bit of a D.I.Y maven? Then this post is the perfect little project for you. When dressing your dogue in full garb is not appropriate this small statement piece will suffice. So here are the tools to make this gorgeous little bow tie from the Stuff Steph Does blog. It’s a great blog! We highly recommend you visit. In fact you can visit the original post here. First things first, cut out your fabric pieces. These sizes are all guidelines. You can cut pieces bigger and have a bigger bow or a wider collar. It’s up to you! Check out this size guideline from Buggsy if you get stuck with measurements. Fold and press the fabric into the thirds so the edges are in the back on all three pieces. Fold the bow and the “tie” piece in half with the right sides together and sew the edges together. Trim your threads and flip right side out. A re-press may be in order as well. Accordion-fold the bow piece and slip it …

Pumpkin Treats for your dog

One of our favourite blogs here at The Dogue List is A Beautiful Mess. We can always find pawsome craft and D.I.Y  projects to fill our lazy Sundays with. One such post being this dog-tastey recipe for Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Dog Treats. You’ll need: 2 cups whole wheat flour (if your dog is wheat sensitive please choose another). 1 cup of oats 1/4 cup of peanut butter 1/3 cup of pumpkin 1 cup of water In a bowl combine all the ingredients and mix until well combined. Press dough into a ball, wrap in plastic and place in the refrigerator for a few hours or overnight. Lightly flour your work surface (again, with whole wheat flour) and roll the dough out until it is about 1/2 inch thick. A cookie cutter or the mouth of a small glass will help to cut out the treats Optional: Apply an egg to wash the tops of the treats. Bake at 250 F for 25-30mins and allow to cool before serving. Don’t forget to keep these goodies in …

Bondi to Bronte Walk

A challenging walk for both hound and human is always a good thing. Hound gets an active walk and combats boredom and human gets some fresh air whilst doing a little working out. It’s a win. Win! Sunrise and sunset is my favourite time to do this View this post on Instagram Beach bashing! #BonditoCoogee #bronte #tamarama #clovelly #sydneybeaches #seesydney #dogsofsydney #instadog #dogs #yorkies #destinationnsw A post shared by T H E B O R K L I S T (@theborklist) on Aug 6, 2014 at 4:38pm PDT View this post on Instagram Butt shot #legday #dogs #yorkies #bondi #barkbox #sydneydogs #dogsofsydney #igersydney #vscocam #yorkies #yorkiearmy #yorkshireterrier #instapet #instadogs A post shared by T H E B O R K L I S T (@theborklist) on Aug 11, 2014 at 2:38am PDT View this post on Instagram Mum took me to #Bondi for a play in the sand for #NationalDogDay #InternationalDogDay #RuleBreaker #dogs #instadog #ilovemydog #instapet #petstagram #dogsofsydney #surryhillsdogs #yorkies #yorkiearmy #barkbox #dogoftheday #pupsofsydney A post shared by T H E B O R K …

Dog leaning on low wall looking out to Sydney Harbour

Glebe Foreshore

The Glebe Foreshore has to be our walk of choice. It’s local, it’s pretty and very (small) dog friendly. On any given morning or afternoon there are plenty of well trained dogs exploring the parks and foreshore. The area includes 17 hectares of open grasslands, sports fields, adventure playgrounds, wetlands; where your dog can roam (mostly) leash free.

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Hello there… and welcome! My name is Dexter. Dexter the Dog who blogs. This is me.    I am a furry Sydneysider who enjoys discovering new parks, doggy snacks and fashion finds and sharing them with my online doggy community. When I’m not sniffing out the best doggy finds, eats and drinks you can find me blogging here or managing our Social Media pages. Come say hi on: Instagram View this post on Instagram So arty… #stinkeye #ears A post shared by T H E B O R K L I S T (@theborklist) on May 24, 2015 at 12:44am PDT Twitter & Facebook Dexter Out X