“Noodle and the No Bones Day,” available June 7, shows how Noodle and Graziano navigate both "bones" days and "no bones" days as an example for kids (and the rest of us) that it’s OK not to feel your peppy best all of the time.It's important to keep in mind that a "no bones" day is nothing to be disappointed by, Graziano explained when he and Noodle first visited TODAY last October.
If you have a small dog, cutting up a lamb roll into tiny pieces is a cost-effective way to make healthy, bite-sized training treats. A 1-pound roll costs $6.98. Cut it up into the desired size, store most of it in a ziplock bag in the freezer, and leave the rest on the counter for immediate use.
“A 'bones' day is a day where you just have to go after your ambition or a task you were outing off. A 'no bones' day is a day when you just permission to wear soft clothes, self-care, take a bath,” he said.
You should never physically punish your pet. It brings the animal pain and fear, and it gains you nothing. It’s a lose-lose situation. Please don’t do it.
So knowing that both "bones" days and "no bones" days are winners in Noodle's book, what kind of day do you predict Noodle will have when he visits TODAY? Tune in and find out!