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How To Prepare Your Dog for the Holiday Season

The holiday season brings much joy and happiness with all the decorations and yummy treats. At Puptown Houston, we know how important it is to involve your friends in the festivities. To make sure your dog has a holiday season, just follow these easy steps. This is How To Prepare Your Dog for the Holiday Season:

 

1. Festive Grooming Session

Kick off the holiday season by treating your dog to a luxurious grooming session. Not only will a well-groomed pup look absolutely adorable, but they’ll also feel more comfortable as you celebrate the festivities. Make sure to give their coat a brush, trim their nails, and carefully inspect for any mats or tangles. For that extra touch of holiday spirit, why not consider adding a festive bandana or collar?

 

2. Create a Safe Haven

During the holiday season, there are often sounds visitors aren’t used to and attractive decorations. To help your dog handle these changes, it’s an idea to set up a calm and cozy area where they can feel safe. Make sure to include their toys and a comfortable bed in this space and keep it away from all the hustle and bustle.

 

3. Introduce New Toys and Treats

Make your dog’s holiday season more joyful with some exciting new toys and delicious treats. Dogs absolutely adore the excitement of presents, just like we do! Opt for toys that engage their minds and treats that are completely safe for them to enjoy. Be sure to avoid giving them anything that could pose a risk.

 

4. Stick to Routine Walks and Exercise

It’s important to stick with an exercise routine even when the holiday season is in full swing. Taking your dog for walks and playtime not only helps them release extra energy but also keeps their mind active. Additionally, it’s an opportunity to spend quality time together amidst all the holiday busyness.

 

5. Pet-Friendly Decorations

Let’s adorn our living spaces with pet decorations this holiday season. Choose ornaments that’re safe and durable, and make sure to secure your Christmas tree to avoid any accidents. Keep cords and tinsel out of your furry friends reach, as they can be potential dangers. A decorated home that is also pet-safe will create a delightful ambiance for the holiday season.

 

Getting your dog ready for the holiday season requires a mix of grooming, safety precautions, and considerate presents. Puptown Houston hopes you and your adorable companion have a good time during this festive period. May your holidays be brimming with happiness, affection, and plenty of wagging tails!

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