Star Treatment

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It's true.....the real star of the family is Campbell. Tennis ball loving, lots of kisses giving, big fan of sliced cheese, Campbell. He always seems to know when you are having a bad day and will snuggle you until you feel better. So it is important for us to give the star of our family star treatment and show him how much we love and appreciate his unconditional love and kisses. Not only is it important to make sure he is loved, exercised, and comfortable, star treatment also starts with feeding him his favorite, yummy and nutritional Purina® Dog Chow® Natural. We find all of our food and treats to spoil our pup at Kroger, which makes it convenient to pick up all you need to give them the star treatment they deserve. Purina® Dog Chow® Natural is natural and affordable giving your pups a long and healthy life, you can learn more about it here. Don't miss the $3 off Dog Chow coupon in the 7/31 insert of your local Sunday newspaper.

Since Cam is a key member of the family, he loves giving out presents, so he wanted to share one of his favorite gifts that he loves giving to his loved ones. This DIY gift is super easy and affordable. Send it to your pups favorite people for their birthday, Christmas, or even just as a simple happy gift. Enjoy and go give your pets hugs and kisses! They deserve all the star treatment in the world! 

Supplies:

Non Toxic Watercolor Paints 

Paper Plate 

Two Sided Picture Frame

Construction Paper 

Plastic Bowl with Water 

Pen or Marker

Picture of Your Pet 

Scissors

Step 1: 

Pour some paint on the paper plate forming a puddle big enough to fit your pets whole paw. 

Step 2: 

Gently dip your pets paw into the paint so it is lightly coated. 

Step 3: 

Stamp the painted paw on a piece on construction paper. 

Step 4: 

Place the stamped construction paper aside to let dry and wash your pets paw off in the bowl of water. 

Step 5: 

Once the construction paper is dried, cut the paper to fit in one side of the picture frame. Campbell like's to mark his name and age on his so everyone will know how young he is ;). 

Step 6: 

Place your pups art in the picture frame along side of his or her picture and you are done! Wrap it up and gift it to someone from the star of your family. 

 

What do you do to give the star of your family the star treatment?!