Christmas present the perfect opportunity for you to give attention to the things that matter regarding your pets welfare. From a medical point of view, a few minutes off your tight schedule does not pass for proper bonding. However, such is the case with society at the moment and even during the Christmas holiday, we still have limited time for our furry friends.
Celebrating Christmas With Your Pet
6 ways to can spend this festive season with your pet(s) to increase the fun and add to their health.
- Include Them in the Family Dinner
Normally, most pets eat canned food. Not to mention, they are not even considered in special dinners, which we have almost daily. However, you can add some flavor and nutrients to their diet by making a separate plain turkey and veggie meal for them this Christmas.
- Take them Outside
Some people are used to taking their dog for their morning jog but others train at home on a treadmill. Not to mention, a busy work schedule makes it hard to take the dog for a walk as opposed to a caretaker or relative. Go fetch the holiday tree or do some grocery shopping with your pet. It will be both fun and a chance for them to get some much-needed exercise.
Everybody gets properly wrapped Christmas presents except for some pets. You can change that and add some fun to your pet’s life by filling up a stocking with some toys and gifts. Help them unwrap the presents and even trying playing with them using some of the toys.
Baking is a significant part of the Christmas tradition. While you are baking that delicious cake or cookies, do not forget to include your pet as well. They love freshly baked treat just like the next man.
- Charity Party
Christmas will be all about eating and having a good time with friends and family. Still, there is always a simple charity party somewhere in the neighborhood. You can host one with your pet and donate the proceeds to animal shelters in your area or animal welfare organizations.
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