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Petland in Georgia’s Three Ideas to Celebrate Your Dog’s Birthday!

July 5, 2019

If your pet’s birthday is approaching soon and you’re scrambling to orchestrate a plan to celebrate you’ve come to the right place.

What a wonderful idea to celebrate your cute puppy dogs birthday with an actual birthday party? We’re talking birthday hats, cake, and all. What a great way to spend time with your pet, friends, and family on a special day that is meaningful to you. Petland in Georgia loves the idea of integrating a party and your pet for an amazing celebration. We would like to share a few ideas we have to make your pet’s day special and a day you will never forget. Continue reading for three ideas to celebrate your dog’s birthday the right way. Need a new best friend to surprise the birthday doggo? Check out all of our available puppies right here for a paw-some present!petland in georgia

Invite other cute puppy dogs.

A dog party isn’t a party without dogs. Invite your friends and family’s dogs to your pet’s special day. Of course, keep in mind who your dog gets along with and who he or she doesn’t. You may want to skip on the invite for the dog your pet constantly fights with when they’re in the presence of each other. Be creative with the invitations and decorations. The best part is of this celebration is the time spent with the most meaningful people in your life, so go all out.

Pick the right venue.

There are many venues you can choose from when planning your dog’s party. The best place for a pup party is outdoors. You can plan it in your own backyard, or a dog park or a family member’s home if possible. Choose fun games to play during the party to keep all guests entertained. Keep the fun and interactive between the pet owners and cute puppy dogs. Be sure to provide some shade if planning a party during the summer. Some dogs may not be able to stand the heat for such a long time. Provide plenty of water and treats for the dogs to keep them energized and hydrated.

Consider the food and appetizers for the party.

This is an important component to consider as you don’t want the cute puppy dogs to get sick should they eat something at the party that isn’t for them. For example, chocolate can make most dogs sick, so avoid having chocolate at the party. Keep the food fun and simple so you don’t have much to clean up once the party is over.

At Petland in Georgia, we take care of our pets and customers. We hope these were most helpful and resourceful as you plan for your pet’s party this year. For more questions or assistance come visit our store or website right here! We believe in a lifetime partnership with our pets and pet owners. We hope to see you soon.

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