Do you want to reward your dog for being on his best behavior when holiday company was around? Or perhaps you’re already looking forward to the new year and making resolutions to teach him new tricks. Either way, you’ll love having the Chalkboard Dog Treat Jar nearby to keep pet treats at the ready.
This cute, ivory ceramic dog treat jar acknowledges that sometimes you’re giving your pet a treat; other times, it’s more like a bribe! The jar wishes your pet “Bone Appetit” and even has a chalkboard bone so that you can write in your pet’s name (chalk included!). The airtight lid keeps treats fresh and away from begging eyes. This dog treat jar also makes a fabulous gift for your favorite pet owner.
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Do you love digging out the Christmas decorations and turning your home into a holiday wonderland? Do you wrap presents like an origami master? If the holiday season is your time to shine, then enjoy every moment to the fullest—just remember that you might need to make a few alterations and substitutions if you have a furry friend in the house.
Here are a few seasonal decorations and accessories to avoid or to keep out of your pet’s reach, according to the ASPCA and PetMD. Together, you and your pet can have a safe and paw-some holiday!
Harmful or toxic plants:
Poinsettias are not as harmful as people often think; however, they can still make your pet mildly sick.
Fire or burn hazards:
- Electrical cords
- Lighted candles (try LED flameless candles instead)
- Lights on the lower branches of your tree
Choking risks or dangers to the digestive tract:
- Breakable ornaments
- Edible tree decorations like cranberry and popcorn
- Liquid potpourri and sachets
- Pine needles
- Wire hooks
- Wrapping paper