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December 31, 2021 5 min read
Celebrating the coming of a new year is something that will never get old! This New Year’s day, we’re celebrating the arrival of 2022! Making new year’s resolutions, staying up late, and feeling a newfound surge of motivation are all a part of the last memories we make of the expiring year.
Over the past few years, many pet owners have taken in dogs to fill in their interaction gap over quarantine. According toa survey by ASPCA, one in five American households took a pet home during quarantine- and 90% of dog owners still take care of that pup to this day. What is a better way to celebrate the coming of a new year than spending it with our best friend?
Keep in mind that New Year’s Eve may be a stressful time for your pup with the number of fireworks, so you will want to prepare a way to make your dog as comfortable as possible. In this blog, we’ll talk about how you can kick off the new year right, for both you and your furry friend!
New Year’s Eve is a holiday that entails late and loud parties, which is a ton of fun for us humans. However, our pups tend to express their excitement differently, and too many things going on may stress them out.
If your dog is the type to get scared of fireworks, loud noises, or lots of people, you’ll want to give them extra love over the holiday. We’re here to provide you with all the tips you need on easing your pup’s anxiety and making the New Year a fun time for them, too!
In essence, you want to give them lots of treats, toys, and attention when they get to their safe space, promoting a positive, happy association with the spot they choose. For more information, check outthis blog on crate training your puppy!
While some people love to party, others (like myself) would rather spend the new year alone with their furry friend. Depending on the interests of you and your pup, there are many different ways to make New Year’s Eve a blast for you both!
Setting New Year’s Resolutions is a fundamental part of kicking off the new year with good fortune. While you may have some personal resolutions, our dogs can’t tell us their own goals for this year- so it’s up to us to make some resolutions for them!
As we approach the end of the year, it’s an excellent time to evaluate how your dog’s health and wellbeing have been over this past year. It’s also an ideal time to schedule a meeting with your pup’s veterinarian, which should be done at least once a year. Aside from check-ups, there may be other goals you have in mind for your dog this year.
Of course, these are only suggestions; the whole point of New Year’s Resolutions is to better your (and your dog’s) life! If you have any ideas on how you can make your dog’s year better, don’t hesitate to tag us on Instagram and let us experience you and your pup’s journey!
Cheers to a year of better health for your dog!
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