The holidays are a time to enjoy with family, and that includes your fur kids. Here are a few ideas to make the holidays special for the whole family.
1. Get a family portrait taken with your dogs. Including your dogs will be so much fun, and you’ll have the special memories forever.
2. Find a few great dog-friendly recipes online and get baking and experimenting with decorations. You could make your family and friend’s dogs and shelter dogs baked gifts as well. Just make sure that the recipes and ingredients are safe for dogs. For example, don’t include ingredients like grapes, raisins or chocolate.
3. Create a treasure hunt for doggie treats. This can be done by hiding the treats when your dog is in another room and then bringing him or her back in to search for the treats. This activity is sure to entertain your family and friends as well.
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