Monday, February 19th, 2018

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Rebecca Romijn Visits - Home & Family

Rebecca Romijn

Actress and host Rebecca Romijn sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about the “2018 American Rescue Dog Show,” which premieres tonight at 8/7c at Hallmark Channel.

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Pupcakes - Home & Family


Baker Kimberly Bailey is win the kitchen making her famous “pupcakes” with homemade vanilla bean batter. She also shows off some of her past masterpieces like a Scooby Doo cake and Bull Dog cake.

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DIY Dog Feeding Station - Home & Family

DIY Doggy Feeding Station

Ken Wingard is showing you how easy it is to make your own dog feeding station with a dresser, wood, dog bowls and jig saw. If your dog is smaller, use a dresser with a thin bottom drawer.

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“Monkey's House” for Senior Dogs

Michele Allen visits Home & Family to talk about “Monkey’s House,” a dog hospice and sanctuary that she founded.

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Pawesome Products for the Whole Family

Kym Douglas is introducing you to some fabulous products for your dog-friendly family.

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DIY Rescue Dog Silhouette Art - Home & Family

DIY Rescue Silhouette Art

Paige Hemmis is taking card stock and print paper and turning it into a work of art. Before getting started, make sure you are using a side profile portrait of your pet.

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Ooey Gooey PB & J Dog Treats - Home & Family

“The Dog Bakery”

Pet rescue expert Rocky Kanaka is in the kitchen making “peanut mutter cookies.” He also shows you a variety of other dog treats that you can make at home like “woof creme pie” and an “animal-style burger” that your dogs will gobble up.

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Fostering 101

Larissa Wohl is giving you some expert advice when it comes to questions about fostering a pet.

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DIY Rescue Patches

Ali Fedotwosky-Manno is has the perfect DIY for dog owners, rescue patches. When done, attach patches with either fabric glue or a safety pin.

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