Left Continue shopping
Your Order

You have no items in your cart

6 Christmas Traditions to Start with Your Dog

6 Christmas Traditions to Start with Your Dog

With Christmas around the corner, it’s time to break out the holiday traditions. Here are 6 fun ways to include your dog in your Christmas festivities this year.

Create A Snowdog

You’ve probably heard of a snowman, but have you ever heard of a snowdog? If your dog loves the snow, spending time outside can create fun winter memories you can cherish forever, and what better way to do that than to create a snow replica of your dog! And the best part is, it doesn’t require you to spend any extra money. All you need are some warm winter clothes, snow, and of course, your furry friends.

Matching Gear

This next tradition is fun and festive, not to mention absolutely adorable! Matching gear is a great way to spread the holiday cheer. There are so many fun ways to match your pack. One of our favorite ways to participate in this tradition is by buying matching or coordinating collars. However, this tradition is totally customizable. If matching collars isn’t your thing, try something else.

You can even take this tradition a step further and get matching pjs! That way you and your dogs can spread the holiday cheer as one happy pack.

Make Your Own Dog Treats

Did you know that holiday cookies aren’t just for humans? Why not spend a cozy winter’s night making dog treats? After all, Santa Paws will be hungry after delivering doggy gifts all night long.

Cookies, biscuits, frozen treats, treat balls, you name it! There are so many fun recipes you can try out with your pup this winter and we guarantee they'll love it.

P.S. Don’t forget to treat yourself too!

Christmas Movies

Everyone loves a good movie, so grab your pup, some hot cocoa and the delicious treats you made, and snuggle up for a fun night of Christmas classics.

Dog in the snowCreate A Wish List

Start your pup’s very own Christmas list this year. Christmas is the perfect time to plan out what type of gear your pup will need for the following year so that your adventures together can be a success. Check out this free downloadable Christmas wish list.

Go Look at Christmas Lights

Snap on your car seat cover and hit the road this Christmas. Every year the Christmas lights are spectacular, so why not let your furry friend tag along? This tradition is another fun and inexpensive way to include your dog in the holiday festivities.

We hope these ideas help you and your dog can create fun and memorable Christmas traditions this year. Happy Holidays from our pack to yours!

Written by Morgan Hershberger