Do your pets 'love or hate' the holidays?

Maybe, but 'it depends'.

It depends for me too. I like some aspects of the holidays, but as I get older my idea of a great holiday has changed.

  • I used to like crowds. One other person is just fine now.
  • I used to like going to the mall and shopping for gifts. Online shopping is 'fantastic' now.
  • I used to like cooking special dishes. Harris Teeter, Publix and Fresh Market make wonderful to go meals.
  • I used to like going to parties. Now I like a warm fire, a good book and Netflix.

But maybe Fido and Fluffy aren't as 'fuddy duddy' as I am. 😛

One thing I still like is Christmas music. My pets do to!

We hope you and your pet family have the 'best kind of holiday' you each desire. And lots of beautiful music!
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The first step in learning how to keep your cat out of your Christmas tree is understanding why they’re drawn to it in the first place.

Cats are creatures of habit and they’re also territorial, says Cristin Coll, CFTBS (Certified Feline Training and Behavior Specialist), CAFTP (Certified Advanced Feline Training Professional), owner of The Cat Counselor in Santa Monica, California, so anything new—such as a Christmas tree—will become the object of their curiosity.

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Pet Central | Carly Totten
Hit pause on Mariah Carey and put down the mistletoe! Before decking the halls and trimming your tree, there are important holiday pet safety precautions pet parents need to take.

We spoke to Dr. Mary Gardener, DVM, veterinarian and cofounder of Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice about the traditional holiday decorations that could pose a risk to our furry family members. Don’t “bah humbug!” us, though: You still have plenty of décor options that feel festive and stylish.

Five Ways to Celebrate the Holidays With Your Dog
American Kennel Club | AKC Staff
During the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, don't forget to share the happy spirit with your canine companion!

Here are some creative ideas from AKC Good Dog! Helpline Trainer Christie Canfield on making your dog a part of the holiday celebrations:

  • Make Homemade Holiday Dog Cookies
  • Play Hide-and-Seek With Your Dog
  • Play Puzzle Games With Your Dog
  • Go for a Winter Walk
  • Relax With Your Dog

DIY Christmas Presents for Your Pets
Little Friends
The holiday season is fast approaching, and many people are eager to get started with the festivities. Purchasing the right presents for your loved ones can be tricky. However, selecting presents for your furry friends can be even more challenging.
Instead of buying presents for your dog or cat from a pet store, you can choose to make your own. Here are some DIY Christmas present ideas for pets.