The holidays are just around the corner. It's time to get your shopping list in order. If you've got pets, don't forget to add them to the list, as well. You not have thought of this, but they'll probably enjoy receiving a few gifts as well. In fact, if you forget to include a few packages for your pets, they may be left feeling out-of-place and neglected. If you're not sure what to buy the pets that already have everything, here are a few ideas to help you get started.
A Complete Physical
While you're planning the perfect gifts for your four-legged friends, don't forget about their own New Years resolutions. You can help your pets start the new year off right by giving them the gift of health this holiday season. Schedule a visit to the veterinarian for a complete holiday physical, including a thorough dental exam and grooming.
A New Bed
Your pets probably already have their own beds, but that doesn't mean they wouldn't enjoy a new one, especially if their current beds have lost their fluff. Help your pets go to sleep in comfort by giving them new beds this year, preferably warm, cozy ones that can be tossed in the washing machine when they get dirty. Don't forget to include soft blankets with their new beds. They'll need something to cuddle up in when the weather turns cold.
When it comes to your kids, you probably provide them with the all the best foods. However, your pets probably feel like they're your kids too. Now that the holidays are here add some natural treats to your gift list for your pets. Freshly baked pup cakes are a tasty way to let your dogs know that you love them, while a batch of organically-grown catnip will have your cats jumping for joy.
A Day at the Spa
If your pets lead a busy lifestyle, they could use a bit of pampering. That's where a pet spa comes in to play. What pet wouldn't enjoy spending the day at a spa, being spoiled with massages, luxurious bubble baths, and tasty treats? Now that the holidays are nearly here schedule a spa day for your pets. They'll appreciate the gift and the pampering. Better yet, book a spa day for the two of you. You'll both be able to relax in the lap of luxury.
Contact a local animal hospital for more information and assistance.