Creative Last-Minute Father’s Day Gifts You Can Still Get In Time

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If you’ve been putting off shopping or just run out of ideas for your hubby, dad or grandpa for Father’s Day, we’ve got some last-minute gift ideas that might save the day! Whatever your budget, here are a few creative, last-minute Father’s Day gifts you can still get in time if you act quickly.

Car Wash Gift Card ($15-$250)

Stop by your local car wash today or tomorrow and grab a prepaid car wash for your favorite dad. If he’s anything like Woof Woof Papa, it’s been a while, and he’ll really appreciate it. If your budget permits, you can get an unlimited wash plan for a month, interior cleaning, or a premium car detailing package, but you can also just buy a simple car wash. If you aren’t sure where to go, check out the reviews on yelp.com to find the best place near your dad.

Audible Gift Subscription ($45-$150)

If your guy or dad loves podcasts and audiobooks, get him a 3-, 6-, or 12-month gift subscription to Audible. Not only will he get to choose his own audiobooks, but the membership also includes lots of extras and original content. Works with any device, phone, table or computer and it’s a great last-minute gift since you can order anytime and get it delivered instantly!

Healthy Snack Pack for Dad ($35 as shown)

A great way to treat a loved one is with a box of healthy snacks he can keep at work, home and in his car. Amazon has several gift box ideas for Dad that can be delivered the next day. This one is $35 for 40 items, and includes Free Prime One Day Shipping. If you run out of time for one day delivery, hit Target.com where you can order online and then pick up in-store within a couple hours. Many locations even have parking lot pick up where they bring your order out to you!

Beer, Wine, Liquor or Grocery Delivery ($10 OFF with our link)

Surprise your favorite dad or grandad with cocktail or meal supplies delivered straight to his door! You order online through Instacart choosing from several local grocery and liquor stores, and a local shopper fills your order and delivers it for you. This is great if you live out of town, just make sure to put in the address of the recipient, not yours. Also be sure someone 21+ is going to be home to receive the order if you send beer, wine or spirits. Use this link to get $10 OFF your first Instacart order. And don’t forget to tip your shopper in the app when you order.

Gift Subscription to BarkBox ($35-$249)

If your favorite dad is also a dog dad, we recommend BarkBox. It’s a monthly gift box of dog goodies, treats, toys and surprises. You can order an e-card gift subscription for 1-12 months of BarkBox or start a subscription for them. If you start a subscription for them you can use BarkBox coupon code: WOOFWOOFMAMA to get a free month added to any plan.

Visit our BarkBox Reviews Page to learn more and see photos of past BarkBoxes.

Natural Balance Dog and Cat Treats On Sale + Buy 2 Get 1 FREE

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Score big savings on Natural Balance Pet Treats for dogs and cats during the big sale over at Petco.com. Not only will you save up to 25% OFF regular prices, but they are also Buy 2 Get 1 FREE!

Since Natural Balance is a sponsor of our blog, Daisy has had the chance to sample loads of flavors and varieties. Among her favorites are the Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Dental Chews which are also included in the Buy 2 Get 1 Free deal. Regular price is $19.99 but they are on sale for $15.66, meaning you can get THREE bags for just $31.32 which works out to $10.44/bag before tax.

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This deal is available both in-store and online so head on over to see all of the varieties of Natural Balance Pet Treats included in the promotion.

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FREE Petit Healthy Snack Cleans Teeth Sample Dog Treat

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Hurry on over to Facebook and LIKE the Brit PetFood USA Page to snag a FREE sample of their Petit Cleans Teeth Healthy Snack. It’s a dog treat that cleans teeth, reduces tartar and helps prevent plaque creation on your dog’s teeth and gums.

The free dog treat sample offer is good for US residents only and is subject to availability. Go HERE to get your free sample!

Dog Treat Deals Of The Week: Natural Balance, Merrick, Zukes + More! #TastyTuesday

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Is everybody ready for a Tasty Tuesday Treat??? Well, Daisy and I have loads of goodies for you and your fur kids! It’s our new Weekly Roundup of the best treat deals from around the web! Check out these Yummy Deals for Dogs…

Dog Treat Deals of the Week

Daisy’s Pick Of The Week: Natural Balance Belly Bites

You know we love Natural Balance, so it’s no surprise that Daisy’s first pick of the week is the Natural Balance Belly Bites treats. They are Daisy tested & approved! Not only are they super tasty, but they are also grain-free. Great for pups with a sensitive tummy like Daisy. I like that they are semi-moist so they break apart easily to use in small pieces as train treats but don’t get messy in my pockets.

More Dog Treat Deals of the Week

Do you see YOUR favorite dog treats on the list? If not, be sure to leave a comment and let us know what they are so we can dig up a deal for you next time!

Blueberry Venison & Sweet Potato Gelatin Gummy Paws Dog Treat Recipe

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Gummy Paws dog treat recipe

Since learning about the health benefits of natural gelatin, I’ve been experimenting with adding it to my own diet. In case you haven’t heard, gelatin is said to be great for healthy skin, hair, nails, joints and digestion. I really like the Kosher Grass Fed Beef Gelatin and usually buy this brand. You can  add it to smoothies, cereal, yogurt and other foods, but my favorite thing to do with it is to make gummy snacks. You basically add hot water and whatever else you like, refrigerate overnight and create super fun and highly nutritious gelatin gummy snacks that even the pickiest hubby or kiddo will love!

After having success making them for myself, I decided I’d try creating a dog treat recipe so that Daisy could enjoy the health benefits and yummy gummy goodness, too! You’ll want to make sure to use flexible silicone molds like these because I’ve learned the hard way, that these treats are super difficult to get out of the hard kind of mold trays. With the silicone ones, you can push them out easily. Molds are fun because you can make cute shapes for different holidays and occasions, like Easter if you find cute bunny or egg-shaped ones. And they are multi-purpose since they are oven-safe, so you can bake with them, too. But if you want, you can also just pour the mix into a brownie pan and then cut them with cookie cutters or a knife once the have gelled in the fridge overnight.

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Blueberry Venison & Sweet Potato Gelatin Gummy Paws Dog Treat Recipe

Once you learn this technique, you can experiment with any ingredients you like. You need the gelatin, a liquid, plus some fresh or frozen fruit (try pumpkin puree or ripe bananas), canned dog food (optional) or even veggies like you’d use in a green smoothie. You can also add herbs and seasoning to make it fancy, but remember NOT to use these people foods to avoid feeding your pets!

Ingredients:

  • 1/3 cup of blueberries, fresh or frozen
  • 1/3 cup of natural canned dog food (I use Natural Balance L.I.D. Venison & Sweet Potato)
  • 1/2 cup chicken or beef broth (make your own unseasoned, or check label carefully and avoid onion and garlic)
  • 4-5 Tbsp Great Lakes Unflavored Beef Gelatin
  • 1/2 cup boiling water

Directions:

  1. Combine all ingredients except the boiling water and gelatin, in your blender or food processor until mixed/pureed completely, like you’re making a thin smoothie. I like to use my NutriBullet Mixer for this.
  2. In a bowl, mix the gelatin powder and boiling water until completely dissolved.
  3. Add pureed mixture to the bowl and stir well.
  4. Pour into square pan or silicone molds and refrigerate 2-3 hours or overnight if possible.
  5. Cut shapes from pan or remove from molds and enjoy!

Let us know if you try making your own Gummy Snacks and what ingredients you used. The recipe is super flexible, and measurements don’t have to be exact, so experiment and tell us how it goes. We’d love to hear from you!

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