Wednesday, December 20, 2017

PET PITA Review

Now there is a safe, easy way to handle, medicate, groom, and carry your cat or dog:  the Pet Pita.
The Pet Pita (Grey)

Pet enthusiasts who were tired of being clawed, pawed, and bitten will find the Pet Pita to be a welcome holiday gift.  When you need to groom or apply medicine to your dog or cat, you now have a way to do so while easily hold your pet in place.

The PET PITA is designed for small dogs and larger cats. This Pita allows you full access to the heavily medicated and groomed areas, while maintaining a safe environment for you and your furry friend.

To purchase a Pet Pita for the holidays and beyond, visit: www.PetPita.com.

I received complimentary product.

Cassandra's review-  Like a pet strait jacket and a taco that will keep you from getting hurt, if used correctly.   It does not hurt your pet if again used correctly and even though they are still able to move around while you are using the product it does help a bit.  I would not use it for super heavy pets because it my opinion it would hurt them being suspended by the upper legs and belly.  

Go Organically gingerbread house Idea



A traditional gingerbread house with a Go Organically "renovation" with fun swaps and alternative decorations that everyone will love. We're calling it the "Next-Gen Gingerbread House." 

Here's how it's done!

Step 1: Go House Hunting

First you'll need the gingerbread structure itself—meaning the walls, roof and doors. Your two options are baking and buying.

Baking: Find a basic gingerbread house recipe online, like this one from The Food Network. It includes paper patterns for your gingerbread house template so you'll know how big to make the walls, roof, etc. It's easy to swap out any of the ingredients for organic versions, such as organic butter or organic all-purpose flour.

Step 2: Make the Cement

Next you'll need to make a binder to hold the structure together. Traditional royal icing is made with confectioners' sugar, egg whites and vanilla extract, and you can find the instructions here. For a Next-Gen version, consider modifying the recipe with coconut confectioners' sugar and free range eggs. Or skip the royal icing altogether in favor of melted organic white chocolate. Use your "cement" of choice to assemble the house and let it sit for a bit while you gather your decorations.

Step 3: Decorate with the Unexpected

Now comes the fun part: decorating! While we love candy canes and gumdrops as much as the next person, there's something so elegant about a natural-looking gingerbread house adorned with nuts, popcorn and fresh herbs. A few ideas to get you started:
Thatched roof: Use shredded wheat cereal to create a thatched roof. You can either apply whole pieces as shingles, or shred them with your hands and scatter them across the roof for a rustic effect.
Pathway: Create a "stone path" leading up to the front door using a mix of almonds and walnuts.
Windows: Outline your windows with pumpkin or sunflower seeds to mimic the look of a wooden frame.
Wreath: Shape a wreath out of fresh thyme to hang on the front of the house.
Pop of color: Use Go Organically Organic Fruit Snacks to add visual interest while keeping the rest of the look low key. Stick on a red door knob or outline the roof with a string of colorful holiday "lights."

Happy decorating from all of us at Go Organically! Made with real fruit, our gluten-free, nut-free, dairy-free kids snacks are a great choice for your on-the-go life. 

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