What better way to show your dog you love him than with a dog birthday party? Happy birthday Rover, you are four years old today! Society today lets us love our dogs as we would our children.
We love to spoil our pets, so why not throw a party to celebrate our dog’s birthday? With a variety of doggy invitations and party hats, even candles that look like giant bones, we can have a wonderful party and invite the whole pack over. Serve your canine guests Happy Birthday all natural dog treats shaped like a birthday cake, or go all out and give them a wonderful, yummy peanut butter cake frosted with vanilla yogurt. Your guests will look again if you use Dog Poop Candles; they even come frosted!
Memories of your dog’s birthday party will continue all year long when you give Rover a birthday cake squeaky toy complete with colorful candles. Be sure and put a festive party touch on the birthday boy with a colorful birthday bandana or scarf. Big Happy Birthday Dog Bones are the perfect canine birthday treat. Approximately twelve inches in size, these bones have birthday greetings in pink, blue or red writing on them. Made with human grade ingredients: real eggs, cheese, fresh ground peanuts and whole grains, these treats are sure to be a hit at your dog birthday party.
For many more birthday ideas go to www.luvurdog.com to plan a birthday party your dog won’t forget!
Dog Gates – Teach Your Dog To Stop At The Door
Dog gates can prevent your new puppy from destroying the house while you are away. Until your dog is trained, keep him confined with an easily installed dog gate.
Giving your new puppy the run of the house is not a wise decision. New puppies need set boundaries much like a small child would. Until your puppy is old enough to understand where he should go to the bathroom and where he shouldn’t, it is important to keep him contained. If you do not have a dog crate to assist you in housetraining, a dog gate can be installed to keep the puppy from going to areas of the house where he cannot be watched. Not only will a dog gate help with house training, it may also prevent destructive behavior by keeping the puppy in one area when he cannot be with the family.
Pet gates come in different styles and materials. Free standing wooden gates require no installation and can expand to fit larger halls or doorways. For the smaller pet, there are metal gates that can be installed in a doorway and are low enough to step over. There are also metal walk-through gates with extensions, again if you need to close off a larger area. Some gates use a one touch method to open them, making it easy to pass through them. Wall mounted dog gates are easy to install in a stairway to prevent your puppy from going to another level of the house. With many dog gates to choose, you are sure to find one to help you contain your dog.