The most delightful time of the year is Christmas. And one that everyone of us enjoys celebrating in our own particular manner.
Everybody has their favorite Christmas carols, flicks, ornaments, and treats.
However, animals other than humans also enjoy certain Christmas customs.
Evidently, pets do as well.
Pets Add Life claims that, at least.
To find out what the pets’ opinions on Christmas were, they spoke with a number of them.
You might be shocked to learn that the same things that humans enjoy about Christmas, pets also enjoy.
One dog that was interviewed preferred both turkey AND ham for Christmas.
He gets into a delighted frenzy merely by sniffing the air while those dishes are cooking.
Another dog claims that he enjoys holiday music. He even sang “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” while playing the piano. Well, he attempted.
A chihuahua declared that a squeaky elephant was all she wanted for Christmas.
But that Christmas wish was somewhat disrupted by her brother.
Another dog was attempting to describe his preferred holiday accessory. To get it for him, he had to beg his mother.
However, it’s crucial to be aware of a few safety precautions before preparing to spend the holiday with your dogs.
Having company around during the holidays might be stressful for your dogs.
Make sure to give them a peaceful environment where they can feel secure, such as a room or crate.
You should also provide them with some toys to keep them occupied. Additionally, it’s a good idea to let your visitors know that you have pets so they can get ready.
Even though it may be tempting, make sure there are no bones in the foods you offer your dog.
They may splinter and result in major medical issues. Additionally, watch out that no harmful foods slide off the table and into your pet’s mouth.
These foods may include almonds, citrus, chocolate, coffee, and coffee beans. It’s ideal to keep the trash can closed if there will be a lot of food there so your dog won’t be tempted to rummage through it, making a mess and possibly becoming ill.
When it comes to decorating, be cautious that your pets can gnaw on tree limbs or needles, that the water at the tree’s base is safe for consumption or inaccessible, and that the tree cannot be climbed or knocked over.
After that is over, you and your pets may enjoy a joyous Christmas.
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