training treats

Would you please check out this training treat pouch? My friend Liz knitted it. Yes. KNITTED it. In a seed stitch pattern. She writes as well as she knits, too. I adore writers who knit. So does Barkis.

Sit. Stay. Good dog.
Sit. Stay. Good dog.

It looks much too cute to be filled with chopped up hot dogs, but hey. I didn’t make the rules.
(If you look carefully at the background, you’ll see a few of the ways we spoil Barkis. Double-mattress bed, check. Garden view accommodations, check. Reading material–including The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime–check. Plaid fleece blanket, check…)

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  1. Oh, I have that book, too. I’ve yet to read it because my bookclub is inexplicably against reading it. Barkis will have to tell me his thoughts.

  2. Oh, I have that book, too. I’ve yet to read it because my bookclub is inexplicably against reading it. Barkis will have to tell me his thoughts.

  3. What a lovely pouch – more multi-talented people 🙂 Isn’t it fun to know such crafty people ?

    Give Barkis a pat from me………such a good dog !

    Pam

  4. What a lovely pouch – more multi-talented people 🙂 Isn’t it fun to know such crafty people ?
    Give Barkis a pat from me………such a good dog !
    Pam

  5. Barkis has it made in the shade! Love the shape of the treat bag. It would be fun to learn to knit. Just finished Lord of the Night–a great read.

  6. Barkis has it made in the shade! Love the shape of the treat bag. It would be fun to learn to knit. Just finished Lord of the Night–a great read.

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