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Christmas is a wonderful time of year for us humans, it’s full of tasty food, exciting presents and time with our loved ones! On the other hand, our pets may start to feel left out if they’re not getting as much attention as they're used to. We’ve come up with some simple ways you can involve your pet in Christmas to make them feel included and expand your celebrations too!
Food is one of the best things about Christmas, and there’s always plenty of it! This time of year is perfect for festive-themed pet food, such as pigs in blankets flavour treats or a doggy mince pie, for example!
Remember that whilst there’s sure to be plenty of leftovers from your Christmas nibbles, not all human food is good for pets, so avoid giving them scraps which are likely to upset their tummies!
There are plenty of tasty food options for pets to indulge in this time of year, so why not switch up their treats with something festive? Whether it’s a stocking of snacks or a fun-flavoured treat, there’s sure to be something perfect for your pet.
As we count down the days until the big day, count down with your furry friend and get them a pet advent calendar! They’re sure to love receiving a tasty treat each day, and it’s great fun for you too.
Get your pet involved in all the fun and games of Christmas by giving them a new toy to play with! With so many fun festive toys to choose from, you’re sure to find one to match your pet’s temperament that will keep them busy. Whether it’s something soft to cuddle up with or an enticing squeaky ball, they’ll love having something to hold their interest. Playing with them is also a great way to spread some festive cheer to your pet.
Pets can get a little jealous when they’re not getting the attention they’re used to, and Christmas can be an overwhelming time for them. Treating your pet to a Christmas gift is a great way to make them feel included and show them some love. It’s also the perfect way to keep them occupied and distracted with all the hustle and bustle. Happy pets are key to a happy Christmas!