Welcome! Please enjoy your visit; I am certain that after you have acquainted yourself with my lovely dogs you too will agree that our
"Royal Lapdog of Color"
are truly one of the finer things in life. Treasures.

Squeak on a car ride

We want to share pictures of a little one we call "Squeak".  These photos are taken during one our outings..he is sitting in the passenger seat looking...well...just CUTE.  Doesn't he have the sweetest little face!  

Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka, USA Bolonka, Bolonka puppies


Our Beautiful Beaming Betty

Betty is all grown up now.  She has a super cute little face and her pigment is amazing...black button nose, coal black eyes and full eyeliner. Her coat is like silk! Adult size is about 6 lbs.   Betty was born at Treasures in 2010. 

Enjoy pictures of this beautiful girl.....
Treasures Betty
what a sweetie
Her coat is so nice and lays perfect along the sides of her nose.

Coat short

This is her in full coat...perfect!

and this is Baby Betty!!!!

Homemade Doggy Chicken/Rice Dinner

I love cooking for my dogs.  I do not feed strictly homemade...but I supplement their kibble with it.   The dog food is people food...or perhaps I should say I cook for myself and share it with my dogs?  Either way...the food can be eaten by human and canine alike.  Today I made chicken/rice.

Doggy Chicken/Rice Meal

10 lbs chicken legs/thighs (with skin/bones)
1 lb carrots
1 stalk celery (not rib)
1 teaspoon salt

Cut the carrots/celery in half.  (3-4 inches long)
Add all ingredients to large stock pot.
Bring to boil.  Simmer for 90 min.

Remove chicken and vegetables from pot.

Make pan of rice (brown or white) using the chicken broth liquid.
It looked so good...I had to eat some!
Left over rice, ready for the freezer.

De-bone chicken.  Set aside bones/skin.   (sorry no picture)

For the dogs...I chop the chicken and carrots into bite size pieces, mix with cooked rice (60/40).  I add this to their dog kibble.  Freeze what is not eaten.  Thaw and feed, as needed.

For myself....I used my half of the chicken meat for chicken enchiladas

Bones/Skin - put those back into a pot, cover with water and boil for another hour.  Strain.  Use for boiling pasta, rice, oatmeal, or to moisten dog kibble.  Freeze unused broth (can use ice cubes trays) for later.
Straining broth from bones
Left over broth to freeze

Left overs..doggy dinner tomorrow.

So, folks..that is what I cooked today.   I hope you enjoyed.