Did you get all excited as a kid when the catalogs would start coming and you could make your list for Santa? I always went overboard. Hey, if you’re going to make a list it might as well have everything on it because you never know….
What if your pets made a list for Santa?
Here’s what I think my guys might add to their lists-
A mix of food and fun. That definitely sounds like my crew.
See what other pets want for Christmas by visiting the blogs below.
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Have you had a chance to sit down and watch Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups yet? If you’re looking for something to keep the kids busy for a bit, this is a great movie to get. And once they’re done, you can print out some of these activity sheets to keep them busy.
(These pages are pdf files. You can get the free Adobe Reader at Adobe.)
And for the pup owners- You can enter their dog dressed in their holiday finest into the Santa Paws TwitterSweepstakes for chance to win a $1000 Disney Store gift card. The Contest ends on December 10th so you have just a few days left to enter!
This time of year gets hectic and crazy with decorating, shopping, parties and family visiting. It can be easy to overlook something that might be harmful to your pet.
Here are some things to keep an eye out for:
Tree – falling danger, water in tree stand
The holidays are pretty low key around here. We don’t put many decorations up and spend Christmas day at my sister’s so there isn’t too much to watch. What holiday hazards do you have to keep out of your pet’s way?
After Hurricane Sandy many people in New Jersey and New York will be spending this holiday season cleaning up, probably spending Christmas somewhere else besides their home. Many of them have pets that they are taking care of at the same time.
Modified k9 is collecting dog and cat food, cat litter and dog toys to help those pet owners in Staten Island, NY.
You can help make someone”s holiday a little easier. To donate, you can drop them off at locations in either Scranton or the Wilkes-Barre area. (see Facebook post for locations). You can also send donations to Valley Dog. They’ll be collecting items until December 14th.
Looking for where to get your pet’s picture with Santa? Here are some upcoming events in NEPA.
Check back as I’ll be adding more Pictures with Santa as I find them.