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- Let them play in the snow
Have you ever seen a dog play in snow? It’s actually the cutest/sweetest/happiest thing you’ll ever see and if you don’t live near snow, I suggest going somewhere they have it—or binge watch Youtube videos of dogs playing in snow. Whatever works, but your dog won’t appreciate the videos.
- Take holidays photos
Forget the family photos; take photos of you and your dog! We all know our dog is the family favorite anyways.
- Let them pick your Christmas tree
Take your dog to a Christmas tree farm and (if they’re allowed) let them roam freely! Whatever tree they seem the most fascinated with, chop it down and take it home with you!
- Dress Them Up In Christmas outfits
You can find a Santa, Elf, Mrs. Clause, Candy Cane, Snowman, Gingerbread Man, etc. dog outside pretty much anywhere online. Pick one of these holiday favorites and put your dog in it. Even if your dog only tolerates 5 minutes of this embarrassment, snap a photo and share it with the world. You’ll be sure to brighten everyone’s day.
- Take Them To Meet Santa
If dogs are allowed, take them to meet Santa! If your dog is easily scared, I would NOT recommend this activity!
- Go Christmas caroling with your dog
If your dog howls every time you sing, please do the neighborhood a favor and take your dog Christmas caroling! I mean, how funny would that be?