Your dog’s birthday is a day to celebrate, even more so if your dog is a tail-wagging social pupperfly. Did you know that 7% of dog owners nationwide hold holiday or birthday parties for their dogs? Here are a few suggestions to make it a dog day to remember:
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
If the weather is nice enough, have the party outside. A kiddie pool will keep things cool, but be sure to have plenty of water bowls on hand for all the furry friends.
For an upscale puppy pawty, you may want to serve some human-grade, fresh-cooked dishes courtesy of Pet Plate. The 4 different meal options: Chompin’ Chicken, Barkin’ Beef, Tail Waggin’ Turkey and Lip Lickin’ Lamb will appeal to even the most discerning palate.
For dessert, don’t forget the pupcake! You can get a bone-shaped mold and find a recipe for a delicious happy birthday dog cake online.
What’s a puppy party without your dog’s entire gang? Invite the crew over for a day of running, snacks and, um, sniffing in celebration of your furry family member’s birth.
You’re going to want pics, so why not put together a fun setting with cute dog party decorations? Picking a party theme will make it easier to choose party decorations, not to mention invitations, games, goodies, and accessories for your best friend.