Purrfect Holiday Presents For Your Pets


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 Purrfect Holiday Presents For Your Pets

We all know our pets will love us unconditionally whether there’s a present for them under the tree or not. However, this doesn’t mean we should forget about our furry family members this holiday season.

It can be tough to interpret barks and meows. So how are you supposed to know what to get your pet? To make sure your cat or dog feels extra loved this holiday season, we’ve put together a list of holiday presents that are sure to delight! Remember to get creative and always be sure to show your pet how much they mean to you.

1. Weight Loss Resolution – Did you know that an estimated 54% of dogs and cats in the United States are obese?! If your pet could stand to shed a pound or two, give them the gift of nutritionally sound food and regular exercise this year! Safe chews are a great, low calorie alternative for the holiday dieters. There is no question that a healthier pet is a happier pet!

2. Pet Massage – What could be better than a designated time for belly rubs, behind the ear scratches and incessant petting? Give your pet the gift of relaxation – set aside some time to do it yourself or contact our professional canine massage therapist to schedule an appointment. Sometimes, cats and dogs can use a more trained, therapeutic touch to get the most out of the massage.

3. A New Bed – Treat yourself to new Egyptian cotton sheets and treat your pet to a new, plush bed! Beds come in all-different shapes, sizes and colors – show your pet how much you appreciate their unwavering love by giving them a new place to rest their heads after a long day!

4. Play Dates – If your pet enjoys playing with other animals and you’ve got space to accommodate, consider scheduling play dates in the comfort of your own home. Playing together ensures plenty of exercise and a guaranteed good time!

5. A Surprise Mini-Vacation – Remember, most pets enjoy adventure just as much as humans do. Why not jump in the car and drive to a new park or explore a new hiking trail? Traveling the wide world with your pet inevitably builds an even stronger bond between you and your companion!

6. A New Playground – Just like any child, your cat or dog has probably grown out of and gotten bored of his or her old toys. This holiday season give your pet a chance to show off again by upgrading their playground or scratching post. Not only will it provide hours of entertainment, you’ll get to see them play like kittens and puppies again!

7. New Toys – Of course, you can never disappoint with a basket full of new tennis balls, laser pointers, Frisbees and more! Just always be sure you’re bringing home toys that are safe for your pet. 

8. New Clothes/Accessories – Who doesn’t love new things? Treat your pet to a new collar, leash, coat or booties to help them look their best while tackling the colder weather! Maybe try a bright green or red to get them into the holiday spirit!

We hope these ideas will get your creative juices following and help you think of the perfect holiday treat for a very important member of the family. Always remember to show your pet how much you appreciate them by providing them with a well-balanced diet, ample exercise and lots of TLC! 

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