Let's face it: We indulge our dogs every single day, but their birthdays are a real excuse to go all out on the doggy pampering!
There is no better time to visit the toy section of your local pet store than your dog's birthday, whether your dog enjoys tennis balls, Kongs, or softer, handcrafted toys.
It just makes sense that you would decorate for your beloved dog's birthday since you have assisted your friends and family with decorating for countless birthday parties.
Despite the fact that actual ice cream is bad for your dog's digestive system, you can easily make puppy-approved ice cream at home using products you most likely already have in your cupboard.
Bananas, plain yoghurt, and creamy peanut butter are blended together, then frozen for an appropriate amount of time. Puppy ice pops can also be made with chicken or beef broth, a basic component. It can be poured into a mould and frozen.
Without the full pack of your dog, what good is a puppy party? To celebrate the arrival of a new member of your furry family, invite the group over for a day of running, eating, and smelling.
Make a paw print! Make your own backdrop for the photo booth, get some props (that your visitors may or may not accept for a short while), and start Instagramming!
To view all the fun in one location, ask your visitors to share their pictures to Facebook or Instagram with a unique hashtag (every trendy event has one!).
The nicest thing about these dog-friendly party activities is that they're really just simple training exercises dressed up as entertainment!
For activities like hide-and-seek and fetch, which help dogs practise commands like "sit," "stay," "come," and "fetch," make sure you have a plenty of toys (and rewards).