Treats For Your Pets This Christmas

Christmas time is when you think of treats for your pets.┬áIt’s sometimes hard not to give your pet that extra treat that you think they deserve. We’ve put together a list of treats that you will want to give your pet this holiday season.

Homemade Treats

Homemade treats are a great option. Here’s a great resource on homemade, holiday treats for your pets. These ideas will keep you and your pets hopping!

Toys For Entertainment

Invest in a new ball for your pet. Boredom should not prevail when a new ball and lots of attention to this ball come into your home. Dogs and cats love to chase balls. Why not offer a fun holiday treat that is not food?

Hugs and Kisses

A day of hugs and kisses for your pet is often all that they need. Cuddle up with a blanket, movie and your pet will appreciate you.

Table Food Belongs On The Table

Table food really does belong on the table. We know that it is tempting to give your pet a taste of that turkey, but in all reality, please don’t. Bones and other ingredients can bring on an unplanned holiday visit to your veterinarian.

Exercise With Your Pet

Upcoming-Events

Christmas can be a lazy time of year. Do not let this be your household. If you have a dog that loves to get in the outdoors, why not head out for a walk? If you live in the north country, be sure to bundle up and even consider a sweater for your dog. Active dogs need to be exercised on a regular basis, for good health and a happy dog!

This Christmas season enjoy your pets. Love them, cuddle with them and explore with them. It’s a time of year to enjoy each other’s company and fall in love all over again. As you can tell, Christmas treats for your dog, do not have to involve food.

Make it a healthy Christmas for all!

 

 

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