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How To Get Your Dog Involved at Christmas

Christmas is all about spending time with your family, and dogs are a big part of the family too. They deserve to get involved in all the fun and enjoy Christmas in their own way. Christmas day is also quite

a long day for dogs with a lot going on. You might want to prepare a few things to keep them entertained throughout the day, or they could become bored. Equally, they may need a quiet space to go to so that

they can escape the chaos, especially if you have a lot of people over. There are lots of things you can do to allow your dog to join in the festivities this Christmas, here are a few tips on how to get them involved and spoil them like everyone else!

Wrap Them Presents

Treat your dog this Christmas by getting them a few presents and wrapping them up. You can put them under the Christmas tree with all the presents, just watch they don't sniff them out and steal them

before Christmas. Make sure you supervise your dog when opening presents or do it for them.

Get Them An Advent Calendar

Yes you can actually get doggy advent calendars. They are made from a special chocolate replacement that is not harmful for your dog. Then you can enjoy opening your advent calendars and giving your

dog a tasty treat every day. The kids will love that the dog gets to join in such a traditional Christmas activity.

Go On A Christmas Day Dog Walk

Dogs need to be walked daily, and Christmas day is no exception. Your dog still needs a good walk, especially if you aren't going to be able to pay them much attention throughout the day. Why not make a

tradition of going on a long Christmas Day dog walk in the morning, it will be really refreshing and you can all earn your Christmas dinner.

Get Them Some Christmas Themed Toys & Treats

There are loads of different Christmas themed toys available here....... From Santa Meerkats to Christmas cracker chews and polar bear cuddly toys. Your dog might not know the difference between a normal

toys and a Christmas themed one but the rest of the family will. Keep your dog involved with some fun Christmas treats and toys.

Christmas Accessories For Your Dog

You can also get Christmas accessories for your dog to wear on the big day. They will look really adorable and you will be able to take some fantastic pictures. Get your dog a Christmas collar with bells, a

Christmas jumper or some reindeer antlers this year.

New Dog Bed To Relax On Christmas Day

Want your dog to be nice and cosy on Christmas day? Give them a really comfy bed to relax on while everyone enjoys the festivities. Replace their old worn bed and give them a brand new soft bed for snuggling up in over the Christmas holidays.


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