For some it may seem a bit early to think about the holidays, but let’s face it – November is here and time is going FLY by. With Thanksgiving looming just weeks in front of us, it’s time to start holiday planning. My Christmas decor is already up (and I’m proud) because I like to enjoy it before the hustle and bustle of the season commences. With that being said, I want to make Christmastime a little less stressful for you so you can truly enjoy it like I do. This year I’m introducing the 12 Days of Holiday Planning for Pet Parents. In this blog series I will help you get your ducks in a row when it comes to celebrating this time of year with your pets.
12 Days of Holiday Planning for Pet Parents
I’m starting this blog series early in November so you have plenty of time to plan and prepare. Each post will not be one day after another, but rather 2-3 topics per week. We’ll end with 12 total holiday planning tips and topics, and of course they all revolve around our furry friends.
Topics will generally include:
- Stocking stuffers for pets
- Full pet gift guide
- Including pets in family photos
- Holiday pet events
- Homemade dog treats for the holidays
- Keeping your pets warm in winter
- Holiday pet safety
- Holiday travel
- Tips for hosting holiday visitors
- Taking pets to see Santa
- Reducing holiday stress for pets
- Gifts for pet parents and dog moms
This is a very rough list of the 12 Days of Holiday Planning for Pet Parents, but you get the idea! I’m excited to combine my love for pets with my love for the holiday season to create a massive help guide to get pet parents through the rest of the year!
Be looking out for my first post, and in the meantime, would you like any specific holiday planning tips from me?! I’m happy to cover other ideas as well! I will also be sharing side tips via Facebook and Instagram, so make sure you’re following us there.
Post #1: Holiday Pet Safety Tips
Post #2: Holiday Pet Travel Tips
Post #3: Holiday Etiquette for Pet Parents
Post #4: Stocking Stuffers for Dogs
Post #5: DIY Christmas Cookies for Dogs
Post #7: Holiday Gift Guide for Dogs