It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
Everyone’s getting ready to visit with their families and friends to spend some quality time together. And our fur-BFFs are also looking forward to some extra love from the relatives.
Here are 5 ideas for ways to spend a super fun-filled holiday season with your doggos.
1. Take a Walk to See the Christmas Lights in Your Neighborhood
What a great opportunity to take your fur baby on a beautiful stroll through the neighborhood, take in the lights and maybe visit a friend or two. Make sure to have them wear a little coat or sweater should it get too cold.
2. Visit a Nearby Shelter
Many shelters organize holiday events for their doggos. What a nice opportunity for your dog to play with other puppies and bring a little happiness into their lives. Maybe you can even give one of these pups a new forever home!?
3. Spend Some Quality Time Together
The stress of holidays can sometimes be overwhelming. After spending some heart-warming time relaxing with your friends and family, why not take a little time to kick back and hug your dog? Your furry doofus is always there to give you boundless love.
4. Take Some Photos for Christmas Cards or Social Media
Whether you’re throwing a Christmas party, everybody is wearing their ugly sweaters, or you’re simply enjoying the spirit of the holidays, why not capture these wonderful moments? Your photogenic doggo can’t wait to be the center of attention for all your holiday pictures.
5. Open Christmas Gifts Together
Opening Christmas gifts with your family is the most exciting time! The excitement, the feeling of togetherness, and the aromas of great food and Christmas spices all lead to love. Your hound is happy and curious, so be sure to include them in the merriment.
All year they selflessly give us their love and attention. Being included by the family means everything to them!
From More Waggin’ Less Barkin’ we wish you and your furry besties a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! If you liked this article, please be sure give it a “Thumbs Up” and “Share” it with your friends on social media!
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