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We love our animals…

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Oh, how I love Kentucky in the spring time!

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I think everyone was ready for a hike in the woods.

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Not sure what kind of bird lost this feather, but it was pretty and vibrant.

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We found a little green along the way.  Can’t wait for spring to get here.

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Can you spot the raccoon tracks?

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Roy thought he was king of the world.

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More green!

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Some critter had recently eaten lunch on this rock. 

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A few shots from a beautiful January day in Kentucky…

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Ellie says that there is something in the air.  Is it Spring?  I wish!!

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Eenie in mid-roll.  He’s so rotten.

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Ellie & Roy

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Most of you know that I love to bake just about anything.  Cakes, cookies, brownies, biscuits…it really doesn’t matter since it is all good in my book.  C & I try not to give our Siberian Husky, Ellie, table food so she won’t beg, but one of her favorite bedtime treats is peanut butter spread on a Kong toy.  She loves it!! 

I discovered this baked peanut butter dog treat at Brown Eyed Baker and decided to try it.  Ellie loves dog biscuits and peanut butter and I love to bake, so why not combine the three?  I call these Peanut Butter Dog Cookies.  Ellie is licking her lips in anticipation already.

PB Dog Cookies

2 cups whole wheat flour

1 tbsp. baking powder

1 cup organic peanut butter

1 cup low fat milk

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Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  Combine the flour and baking powder in a large mixing bowl and set aside.  Combine the milk and peanut butter, then pour the milk mixture into the flour mixture.  Mix well.

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Turn out the dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead until thoroughly combined.  Roll out to a quarter inch thickness and cut out shapes.  I didn’t have a bone cookie cutter, so I just used a round biscuit cutter.  I may have to purchase a bone shaped one though because it would be really cute.  Bake each batch for 20 minutes or until lightly brown.  Cool completely then store at room temperature.

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Ellie loves them and so does my in-laws’ Border Collie, Roy.  They were a huge hit!
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