I cannot believe another Easter is behind us already. Where is this year going?! We had a relaxing Easter this year, as Matt and I spent it at home with our dogs – which I was perfectly okay with! We had a super fun doggy Easter egg hunt in our backyard, and of course Wynston, Khloee and McKenzie Rae got to open their Easter baskets. Although it was mostly a “normal” day, it was still a fantastic one! Enjoy these photos of our fun day with the kids.
I’ve been making Easter egg hunts for my dogs since 2013. Not only is it a fun way to include your pups in the Easter holiday, but it’s just a fun activity in general. Allowing your dog to partake in an Easter egg hunt is amazing for mental stimulation. After years of experience, I’ve perfected the creation of doggy Easter egg hunts. Here are my tips and advice on how to make a super fun and safe Easter egg hunt for your dog!
I rescued Wynston in February 2012. He was about 2.5lbs of skin and bones. Wynston was deteriorating from neglect and abuse, but little did he know what type of life he’d come to live.
I remember having some toys for Wynston when I first brought him home, but my fondest memory was going to PetSmart a few weeks after rescuing him to pick up some extra goodies. “Easter” became part of our family that night!
Life has been crazy lately…and not necessarily in a good way. I feel so behind on everything. I knew things would get hectic around this time because my best friend Andria gets married on April 2nd and I’m one of her bridesmaids. But of course, Easter and family health problems all fell on top of me within the past couple of weeks. Although my Easter weekend was nuts, it was a lot of fun!
Just as I buy Christmas gifts for my dogs, I put together an Easter basket for each of them every year. Although Wynston, Khloee and McKenzie Rae don’t understand the whole Easter concept, they do know that there are lots of goodies to enjoy when they see the baskets. Here’s how you can put together an Easter basket for your dog!