Choosi Announces 5 Ways To Spoil Your Pet This Christmas
December 17, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle NewsAs part of the family, your furry friends will want to join in on the Christmas festivities this year, so make the extra effort to ensure they feel as included and spoilt as the rest of the family.
Give the dog a bone
If there's one thing dogs love more than spending time with their owners, it's bones. Give your dog a treat they will relish chewing on (at least until they bury it). Be fussy about the type of bone you give them – cooked bones, for example, can splinter and cause internal damage.
If your dog has been good this year, maybe it's time Santa included them on the present list. Involve your furry friend in the traditional Christmas present opening ceremony by buying them a few toys you know they'll love, and make it extra fun for them by letting them rip open the wrapping paper themselves. Maybe it's even a present you'll love too, such as a cute new collar or designer pet bed.
Festive meal times
If you're going all-out for this year's Christmas dinner or lunch, don't forget to include your pet's food bowl in the preparation. Christmas is a time to sing, be merry and is definitely a time to treat your pet to a meal like no other. Include meat scraps from the roast chicken and turkey (without the skin and bones) and other pet-friendly Christmas treats, but be sure that your pet will be able to digest these new foods – an emergency veterinary call is the last thing you want on Christmas Day.
Though they may not agree, the ultimate way to spoil your dog or cat is to take out pet insurance. If any accident or illness should happen, comprehensive pet insurance cover will ensure that you will be able to cover your vet bills. To simplify and streamline the process of searching for and buying pet insurance, contact Choosi today, visit choosi.com.au/pet-insurance/.
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