Here Comes Santa Paws- Getting Pets Involved at Christmas!

The holiday season is a time for family, and for many of us, our pets are an integral part of that family unit. This Christmas, why not make your furry friends feel even more cherished by including them in the festive fun? From visiting Santa Paws to baking pet-safe treats, here are some delightful ways to get your pets involved in the Christmas celebrations.

Visit Santa Paws
Many pet stores and local venues now offer the charming tradition of "Santa Paws" – a pet-friendly take on visiting Santa Claus. Capture the magic of the season by taking your pets to meet Santa, snap adorable photos, and maybe even receive a special treat or toy. It's a wonderful tradition and a way to create lasting memories and spread holiday cheer.

Family Christmas Photos
Make sure that your pets are front and center in your family Christmas photos. Dress them up in festive accessories like Santa hats, reindeer antlers, or cozy scarves. Capture the joy and excitement of the season by including your furry friends in the annual family snapshot. These pictures are not only heartwarming but also serve as cherished memories for years to come.

Matching Pyjamas for the Whole Family
Extend the matching pyjama tradition to your pets by finding adorable, pet-friendly options. Whether it's cozy pet-sized jumpers, festive bandanas, or even full-on pyjama sets, dressing up your pets in matching outfits is cute and fun- as long as they're comfortable with it. Most Christmas pyjama companies and clothing shops sell a dog or cat add on pj set with their family pyjamas these days. 

Bake Pet Safe Christmas Treats
Spoil your pets with homemade, pet-safe Christmas treats. There are countless easy and healthy recipes available online that cater specifically to your furry friends' dietary needs. From dog-friendly gingerbread biscuits to catnip-infused holiday treats, baking for your pets is not only a fun activity but also a delicious way to involve them in the festive feasting. Lots of Christmas foods like raisins in mince pies and chocolate are toxic to pets so its important to make sure they have their own safe version

Wishing you and your pets a paw-sitively delightful holiday season!