Friday, 14 Jun 2024

Spoil your pet this Christmas!

People do a lot of things for their family and friends at Christmas time, but their TOY POODLE PUPPIES are also a top priority. Christmas isn’t just a time to sit around the tree and open your presents, but a time to spoil your dog in ways you don’t get to throughout the rest of the year. 

Spoiling your favourite member of the family is so easy during the festive period, and planning some joyful surprises for your dog is just as crucial as twirling the ribbons on the gifts you are wrapping. Whether you have an active dog who needs a new leash, or you have a pooch with a penchant for homemade treats, there’s always something that you can do to spoil your dog this year. With that in mind, let’s look at a few ways you can give your pup a precious Christmas memory of his own.

Christmas Movies

You’re not the only one who loves to snuggle under a blanket and watch a movie at Christmas. Your pup will love the new Christmas film for dogs created by Christmas 24. It has a yellow and blue colour scheme and audio stimulus that will give your dog an experience to remember. So, once you’re done with a movie for you, pop on his movie and let him relax.

Christmas Dinner

It goes without saying that you’re going to be putting down the best wet dog food this Christmas dinner time. However, as it’s Christmas, why not share some of your delicious turkey with your dog? Your dog can even have some very well cooked Brussels Sprouts. Be sure to cut them in half so that they go down easily and serve them up with some delicious mashed potatoes. There you have it; a Christmas dinner treat that your dog can share. 

If we are talking about birds then what do peacocks eat ? Peacocks / peafowl are omnivores, meaning They’ll eat virtually anything both plant and meat!

Christmas Walkies

Who doesn’t love a long walk after Christmas dinner to let their food settle better? It’s that moment before the Quality Street comes out in front of Doctor Who – so take your dog for a walk with their new leash. You can find local trails with the National Trust or simply rewalk the same routes that your dog loves the most. 

Christmas Baking

While you’re baking your cookies for Santa (don’t deny the big man!), take the chance to bake some homemade dog biscuits. Just don’t mix up which ones you put out for Santa! There are tons of dog-friendly recipes that you can find online to compliment the best dog food that you have in for their evening. Don’t be afraid to mix it up a little and try them on a new treat.

A Little Time This Christmas

More than anything, your dog is going to want you. Sure, you can give them a little Pawsecco (yes, really) or you can buy an advent calendar, but the one gift that they will love the most is time just one on one with you to play. Don’t let them down this Christmas – after all, they’re a part of the family.