Happy Dog Holidays from Dogsized!


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As dog lovers, we know just how important our furry friends are to us, and we want to include them in as many of life’s celebrations as possible. Do you celebrate dog holidays?

Dog Holidays

There are more celebrations than Christmas! Fortunately, there are a number of dog holidays throughout the year that allow us to do just that.

In this post, let’s take a look at some of the most popular dog holidays and how to celebrate them with your four-legged best friend.

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day isn’t just for humans, it’s for our furry friends too! Show your pup some love by getting them a special treat, a new toy, or even just taking them on an extra-long walk.

St. Patrick’s Day

Your pup may not be able to drink green beer with you, but you can still celebrate St. Patrick’s Day together.

Dress your dog in a green bandana or bow tie, and head to your local St. Patrick’s Day parade or festival.


Easter is a great opportunity to make some special dog-friendly treats for your pup. Try your hand at making homemade dog biscuits in the shape of Easter eggs or bunnies, or fill a plastic egg with some of your dog’s favorite treats or toys.


Halloween is just as much fun for dogs as it is for humans! Dress your pup up in a silly costume, take them trick-or-treating with the kids, or host a dog-friendly costume party in your backyard.


Thanksgiving dinner may not be the best for your dog’s digestive system, but that doesn’t mean they can’t still enjoy a special feast of their own.

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Whip up a batch of dog-friendly Thanksgiving treats, or give your pup some of their favorite veggies as a special treat.

Happy Holidays


Christmas is a time for giving, so make sure your pup is on your gift list. Wrap up a new toy or a special dog bed, or bake some dog-friendly Christmas cookies for them to enjoy.

New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve can be stressful for dogs, with all the loud noises and commotion.

Keep your pup calm and happy by snuggling up with them on the couch, and make sure they have access to a quiet, safe space where they can retreat if they want to.

Celebrating Dog Holidays with Your Furry Best Friend

Celebrating dog holidays is a fun and meaningful way to strengthen the bond between you and your furry friend.

Whether you’re dressing them up in costumes, baking them special treats, or simply snuggling on the couch, taking the time to celebrate with your pup will create lasting memories that both of you will cherish for years to come.

So mark your calendars, grab your pup, and get ready to celebrate!

We hope you are having a lovely holiday season and wish you all the best for the year ahead!

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