Our pets play an important role in our lives – they make our families complete and bring us lots of joy and laughter throughout the year. Whether you’re having a bad day or you’re in an awesome mood, your Goldendoodle’s love for you is unconditional. That’s something to be grateful for. It’s also why you don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to share the holiday cheer with your canine companion this season. Commit yourself to spending a little extra time with your furry friend this holiday. Your attention is the gift they will enjoy and cherish the most.
If you want to take things a step further and actually give your dog a present or three — and studies show that an overwhelming number of pet owners do — here are some suggestions to help you find the perfect items:
Last Minute Gift Guide!
OK, procrastinators, the time has come to make your holiday decisions! Have no fear, though, because it’s not too late to order a gift for your favorite dog or dog lover. Check out our picks for last-minute gifts (and gift cards) that you can fetch today
Just like a kid, your Goldendoodle will sense the difference in the air during the holidays — so many visitors, foods that smell amazing, decorations everywhere — and get excited about everything going on around them. You may be tempted to let them run a little wild during the holidays, but it’s important to ensure that you set boundaries for behavior. You want the holidays to be a fun and safe time for the entire family, including your pets.
7 tips to ensure good canine holiday behavior
Dogs are mischievous animals and just like people, they like getting involved in the holiday cheer.
That’s one reason why you need to make preparations for your pets while taking care of other things that you may need for the holidays. It’s essential to make preparations ahead of time.
So, what do you need to do this holiday to keep your buddies well-behaved?
In a way, dogs are like kids and you need to lay down some rules to make sure that they will have a fun and safe holiday with you and your family.
As we mentioned, you want the holidays to be a fun and safe time. To ensure this, you need to be aware of the potential dangers that your Goldendoodle may be exposed to. A lot of new stuff will typically be within your dog’s reach during the holidays. You need to make sure they are not hazardous or that you take the right measures to keep them safely away from your pet. The following post highlights some holiday hazards you should be careful about:
10 Holiday Pet Dangers Lurking in Your Home
The holiday season should be a time for making happy memories with our families — and that certainly includes our pets! Unfortunately, there are many seasonal dangers for cats and dogs that could ruin a Christmas or holiday celebration.
Check out the gallery below to educate yourself on holiday hazards you need to protect your pet from, including toxic foods, Christmas decorations and more.
Your Goldendoodle will bring lots of love and joy to your holidays if you make them a happy and healthy part of the festivities. Whether you’re planning to travel, host your relatives, prepare a big meal or just slow down and enjoy the season, allowing your canine best friend to share the holidays with you and your family will make the time even more special.