Wednesday, November 30, 2016

The Holiday Dog

Despite the picture I am really the nice one! My brother stole my hat and I wrote a letter to Santa Paws to explainπŸ’šπŸΎπŸΎπŸŽ…πŸŽ„
The holiday season can bring a mixed bag of situations, emotions, and obligations. There are fun times with friends and family and loved ones but for some there are difficult hurdles to get through. Beside our usual routine there is the additional layer of holiday shopping (which I love!), the crowds, the budget, the parties, the get together events, the food (another favorite!), and the emotions that go with it. Nostalgia, joy, and a range of feelings that the holidays bring. In the midst of everything it is easy to get distracted from your goals, schedule and even your dogs! We dogs feel the holidays too and even though seemingly nothing is different in our world we might get less or more attention, there may be strange or new people visiting the house, new foods and opportunities to get into stuff like the Christmas tree, ornaments, lights, presents and some Christmas foods that are toxic to pets when no one is looking. I like to be a part of the festivities and to wear my Santa red velvety hoodie from my collection of dog apparel. I also advise on the menu and once guests arrive I am a great host and know how to work the party. I also enjoy getting presents! I love it when I get new bowls, blankets, toys and treats because I am so wonderful and I know I deserve them! But seriously my favorite part of the holidays is to spend time with my friends and family. Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday season. 

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