Christmas is the season to be merry! From putting up a Christmas tree to baking cookies, this festival is all about being together and making memories with family and friends. To make this Christmas even more special, why not let your furry pal join in on the festivities? The dog will also have fun knowing that he’s a part of the Christmas celebrations. Therefore, in this blog, we have jotted down a list of activities you can do with your furry companion!
Picking Out a Christmas Tree Together
One of the most exciting things about Christmas is getting a Christmas tree. Every family has different traditions when it comes to picking a Christmas tree; some prefer to have a classic Christmas tree while others might go for a white Christmas. Bringing the dog along to get the Christmas tree can be a fun trip for the both of you.
Prepping Up Some Baked Goodies
There’s nothing better than freshly baked warm cookies with a glass of chilled milk. Unfortunately, your dog won’t be able to eat chocolate cookies. So, if you can spare some time, put in some efforts and bake dog-friendly cookies, so your furry pal doesn’t feel left out!
Box Full of Happiness
This is the perfect present for any pet – a box filled with all the items a pet might need. From toys to treats, you can add anything to your liking and prepare a customized hamper for your pooch! And since dogs are prone to parasite and worm infection, you might also want to add some treatments to keep your buddy in good health. You could add Revolution for Dogs for complete protection from parasites and/or Nuheart for Dogs to prevent your buddy from the fatal heartworm disease!
We take kids to meet Santa, so why let the furry kid miss out on the fun? There are many malls and shops which allow dogs to come and spend some time with Santa and click adorable pictures together. So, what are you waiting for? Get your furry kid dressed and take him to meet Santa!
If you’re a shopaholic, you’ll love this! We usually get the presents by ourselves, but it can be made even more fun when a furry companion is accompanying you on your shopping adventure. Let him browse through the aisles and pick the gift for himself. You can easily find stores that allow dogs to enter (on leas) and shop with their hoomans.
This goes without saying, but Christmas is incomplete without sweaters! It not only protects you from the chilly weather, but it also gets you in the Christmas spirit. You can either knit your dog a sweater or get a matching one like yours, so you both have something similar to wear on Christmas.
We hope this list helped you in making your and the pet’s Christmas special and memorable! This Christmas, ensure your furry pal is also included in the celebrations. So, get started and don’t forget to have fun!