Fun Things to Do With Your Pets during the Holidays
Many people love the holidays. During the holiday season, there are plenty of fun things for families to do. Humans are not the only ones who enjoy the holidays. There are plenty of fun things that you can do with your pet so that he can get into the holiday spirit as well. If you want to enjoy the holidays with your pet this year, there are a few fun things that you can do.
Light Displays and Tree Lighting Ceremonies
Humans love to look at Christmas lights. The more lights, the better. What you may not know is that your dog will enjoy looking at the holiday lights as well. If your neighbors decorate for the holidays, you can take your dog for a walk around to see the twinkling lights. Many communities create extravagant holiday displays. Since most of these are outdoors, they are likely pet-friendly.
Holiday Photo Session
During the holidays, many photographers offer family/pet packages. You can dress up your pet in holiday gear or if he doesn't like dressing up, you can have him photographed without a holiday outfit. A holiday photo session gives your pet a chance to get out of the house, and the photos will be memories that you will have forever.
Pet Holiday Party
If your pet is a regular at the dog park, you can throw a pet holiday party. You can invite the other regulars from the dog park and their owners. Your party can include both a pet-friendly and a human-friendly menu, and it will give the dogs a chance to socialize. The party can also be a good time for you. Just be prepared to clean up the mess when the party is over.
Fun in the Snow
Pets love to run around in light, fluffy snow. If it isn't too cold outside, you can take your pet out to enjoy the snow a bit. Since the snow can be hard on your pet's feet, be sure not to stay out for too long.
Schedule an Appointment with our Scarsdale Veterinarian
If you are planning activities for your pet this holiday season, it is essential to be sure that he is healthy. Central Animal Hospital treats pets in Scarsdale, Ardsley, Eastchester, and Westchester. Our Scarsdale veterinarian can make sure that your pet is healthy this holiday season. At our veterinary animal hospital, we can also make sure that your pet is up-to-date on his shots, making it safe for him to be around humans and other pets.