Of course, you celebrate your pup’s birthday, perhaps with a pampering session at our Cardiff dog grooming salon, but there are certain times of the year when parties just seem to come along one after the other. Halloween starts it all off at the end of October and then it is Bonfire Night, then Christmas. Before you know it, it is New Year, then St Valentine’s Day, Easter and … round we go again! People who don’t have pets will often say that these party opportunities are for humans, but dog owners know better – pups love a good shindig as much as the next person.
A few sensible precautions will make your party season go with a swing. While it is fun to dress up your pet – and out Chepstow dog grooming salon has a selection of outfits to choose from – you must be careful these days if going out trick or treating because people do tend to have fireworks with any excuse and you don’t want to scare your fur baby. The same obviously goes for Bonfire Night – but even more so! Best keep your pup indoors for that one. And watch the chocolate at Christmas – special dog chocs are the only ones your pet should really have and then in moderation.
This article was written by Mucky Pups