When you hold your fuzzy friends tight, don’t you just want to give them all the fancy things you wish for yourself? There are so many ways to celebrate the special bond between you and your four-legged family members. See if any of these are suitable for you.
Your pet likely already has their own bed, toys, and blankets. How about taking it to the next level by customizing it just for them? Monogramming their name on their bedding and food bowls is a fine way to set their things apart. While they may not be able to read, they will know you care. They may be able to recognize themselves in pictures, so your legged friends may enjoy having their face printed on a shirt that you wear or throw pillow for the couch they love sitting on. Portraits of your pretty pet to hang in your home are a classic choice if wearing your pet’s face seems too co-dependent. Even if you are a crazy cat lady, not everyone has to know it.
Chowhounds unite! Gourmet treats for pets are becoming more popular with pet bakeries offering dog cupcakes and cat cookies. They look good enough to even tempt the humans and are a great way to spoil your hound or feline. If you don’t have a pet-friendly bakery in your area, the ubiquitous Starbucks offers your canine pal a puppachino, with no caffeine kick but plenty of whip cream.
Home-made treats are also a great idea. Make human recipes for the doggo by following the canine-friendly substitutions grated carrots for sugar or peanut butter. No chocolate, but shredded beef is a better choice to add flavor. Dogs can eat many of the same grains and vegetables that we do, cats not so much. Notoriously finicky, treat your cat to the freshest seafood experience. See if they turn their little-whiskered noses up at sashimi grade raw fish. If you expect more for your pet, they can become foodies with a taste as refined as their owner. Read more articles on Your Pet Land if you want to learn more.
Quality Time Together
Simply being with you is a treat for your pet, so why not do something special together? Try doing yoga together. As a quadruped, your pet has a natural ability do to moves that are more difficult for us humans. We have much to learn from our four-legged friends. They don’t call it a downward dog for nothing! Treat your furry friend to a spa day with aromatherapy and massage. Hire a specially trained animal masseuse to use similar relaxing techniques as on a human or go slow and gentle working those movies yourself.
Our pets do so much for us. Dogs love to follow us and it’s only natural to spoil them. Cats already know they deserve superior treatment. Show your care with customized gifts, tasty treats or quality time and your animal will know they’re special.