Three Ways to Wish Your Pet a ‘Meowy’ Christmas
They’re a part of the family so why not put your pets on the Christmas list this year and treat them to a special festive treat? We’ve got three great pet pressie ideas for your four-legged or feathered friends...not that you need any more reasons to spoil them!
Count Down the Days with a Pet Advent Calendar
How many times has your dog or cat sat at your feet as you open the doors on your chocolate advent calendar just hoping that one day you’ll share?
Well with a special treat-filled advent calendar for pets, they can join in the fun of counting down the days until Christmas without a crumb of dangerous chocolate in sight! These advent calendars filled with cat or dog treats are available to buy from many pet shops or online and your furry friend will love them.
Give Them a Personalised Christmas Card
Let your pet have pride of place on your mantelpiece (without the muddy paw marks!) by giving them a personalised Christmas card with their picture on it. Greetings card company Hallmark have a fantastic selection of personalised Christmas cards available to buy on their website so you can upload a photo of your pet to create a Christmas card to take pride of place.
Sure, your pet might not be able to read the card, but why not sneak a treat inside the envelope and get them to help you rip it open? What’s more, you could even order multiple copies of the card to give to all your family and friends! They’ll make great keepsakes that will make you smile for years to come.
Hang a Treat (or Two) on the Tree
If you’re looking for an unusual way to decorate your Christmas tree this year, why not hang some pet treats on there? Buy some new pet toys, tie a loop of Christmassy ribbon around them and hang them among your baubles! Not only will you have some fun and unusual tree decorations but on Christmas morning you can take them down to give to your excited animals.
You could even go a step further and wrap up a dog bone or packet of cat treats to hang on the tree – but you’ll want to hang them near the top, as it won’t take them long to sniff them out!