Looking for some inexpensive and simple ways to treat dogs this summer?! This is such a simple concept that will dogs (such as mine) seem to love. Not to mention it is a refreshing treat for them to stay a little cooler during the summer heat. There are so many ways to make these treats. You can do them super fancy or very simple, but either way I am certain your pup will love them! Mine definitely did (see proof at end of post)! Enjoy this recipe and have fun with it, but as always, remember to check that all your ingredients are safe for dogs. Ingredient options: Fruit such as strawberries,
I have been making this vegan mac and cheese for years and it is by far my favourite. It is not only healthy but simple and filling. In this blog post, I highlight the basic recipe and why the ingredients are important to me and how to customize the recipe to better align with your lifestyle and diet. Typically, I never measure the ingredients for this sauce and make it according to my cravings (thick and creamy or light and thin) and I recommend this for everyone. The Ingredients: Non-dairy milk (plain)Coconut oilNon-dairy cheese shredsTurmericNutritional yeastSalt & pepperElbow macaroni noodles The Directions: Pre-cook 1 cup of pasta noodles & set aside. Heat
Parks are great; they encourage exercise, socializing and enjoyment of the outdoors. Keeping the parks safe for everyone to use has been an ongoing battle throughout the years. This is extremely important to me because my dog and I live in a city. This means that for a large part of the dogs in the community, these parks are a shared back yard. As a result, all off-leash dog parks deserve to be given the same amount of respect and care as other parks such as enclosed parks for children. Personally, I find myself using the dog parks the most so they will be the focus of this blog post
Hey Everyone! I am going to keep this relatively short because I think this will make complete sense to my fellow vegan activists. I get asked a lot what my name is: "Lucy or Laura?". So I am going to tell you why I had the nick name Lucy when my birth name was Laura but also why I am holding onto it. When I first started doing activism (summer of 2016) I was participating in activism & protests at ribfests, road side zoos, & rodeos. All occurring in a community I grew up in (or very close). During this time we were always peaceful with our approach & outreach with others.
A carnist's logic of what is wrong with vegan animal rights activists! All these things are true advice spoken while advocating for the basic rights of animals & ending speciesism! Let me know what advice they tell you while driving by in their truck! So without further adieu