What do you get when you mix a dog friendly office, canine-crazy SmartPakers, and some doggy agility equipment? You get Dogapalooza!
SmartPakers celebrated the dog days of summer this year with a howling good time dedicated to our canine companions. Just like our customers, we have our dogs joining us at the weekend clinics and on those leisurely trail rides. As a big thanks to our smaller four legged friends, Dogapalooza emphasized all things canine at SmatPak. It gave us a chance to learn even more about our top notch canine supplements, our newly updated LiveSmart kibble formulas, and all the great supply items that can accompany you and your dog on your next visit to the barn! While we normally drool over our keyboards looking at all the fun products in the canine section of the SmartPak website, it was nice to give the dogs a chance to drool on them for real! The dogs kept hydrated with a portable Collaps-A-Bowl and our LiveSmart Chicken Meal Formula was the prefect ingredient for our homemade peanut butter kibble balls (recipe below)!
In addition to celebrating the canine line, SmartPakers also got to treat their dogs to an agility course. While Michael Phelps may dominate at swimming, few came close to owning the doggy tunnel like SmartPak’s office English Bull Dog Daisy. Of course we couldn’t end without making our SmartPak saying “we get you because we are you” official, so in order to really “get” our canine friends, some of the SmartPakers braved the agility course themselves!
Pip and Chips Peanut Butter Kibble Balls (Makes 12 treats)
Courtesy of Martha, Product Specialist
What you will need:
Large mixing bowl
1 tablespoon (or ice cream scoop!)
1 baking sheet (no baking required)
Wax paper (it gets messy)
1 jar of smooth peanut butter
2 cups of your puppies favorite kibble
I have everything I need now what do I do:
1.) Line your baking sheet with wax paper.
2.) In your mixing bowl combine the peanut butter and the kibble.
3.) Mix until the kibble is evenly distributed.
4.) Using your scoop place the balls on the baking sheet.
5.) Place the baking sheet in the freezer for 1-2 hours.
6.) Remove the Kibble Balls from the freezer and give your pup a tasty treat!!