'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through Top Dog,
you could hear the pups snoring, and snorting like hogs!
Their collars were hung on the gates of their suites,
in anticipation of morning, and play time and treats.
The Collies were snuggled, all nestled in their beds,
while visions of herding sheep, danced in their heads.
And Reilly with his tennis ball, and Aussie with his bone,
1. Watering the Christmas tree is not the same as lifting your leg on the pine in the front yard . . . Don’t do it . . . as tempting as it may be.
2. A turd on the rug does not a present make.
3. Remember that not all the packages under the tree are for you . . . even the ones that smell yummy!
4. Oh . . . and about that tree . . . don’t drink the water under it.
AWE . . . Spring is here in Minnesota. I’m so happy for the warm weather! The snow has gone, the grass is greening, flowers are blooming and the birds are singing! As much as we’d like to just sit back and enjoy it, all of these bring potential problems for our dogs that we need to prepare for.
Sub-zero temperatures are here in Minnesota and our time outdoors has become limited. Cabin fever can affect your pup just as much as it can you. If you’re looking for some fun activities to do with her during the winter – we have a few ideas for you to try!