We all know our kids grow up way too fast, but it appears our pets do too. Earlier this month, our dog turned 9. He’s an old man! A senior citizen! I’m not sure how he got to be so old, but he did. He has always been the fifth member of our family. We taken him around the world with us. He is that important to us and we would do just about anything for him.
Birthday’s mean celebrations. I wouldn’t normally celebrate my dog’s birthday, but with kids, they think it’s important to celebrate his birthday just like we celebrate theirs. I made him muffins last year, so I decided to make them again this year.
We lit the candle, sang to him (while he looked at us like we were crazy), then the kids blew the candle out. He loved his muffins though and they are super easy to make. I’ve made him dog biscuits in the past and these are much easier. They are only 3 ingredients – flour, eggs, and baby food. I tend to make the larger muffins for him, but you can make any size.
- 2 cups flour
- 2 eggs
- 4 4 oz containers of carrot baby food
- Mix all ingredients. Pour into muffin pans and bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes.