How do you feel about welcoming a new animal friend into your home for 2020? These darling pet sculptures require no feeding, but their features are so lifelike, you might be tempted to give one a treat.
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With soulful eyes and a tail curled at its side, the Lovable Labrador will wait patiently for you to come home. Labrador Retriever owners will want to “fetch” this dog sculpture while it’s still available!
This Intrigued Cat is entranced by the tiny visitor on the tip of its nose—a colorful butterfly. Realistic resin fur details and a wide-eyed expression make this cat sculpture a fun one for feline aficionados.
Shh—don’t wake the sleeping kitty. The Resting Cat just might convince you to catch a few winks of your own. Enjoying a little nap, this cat rests with its paws tucked beneath its body.
Include your pet in your New Year’s resolutions. Improve your pet’s life alongside your own and find some stress relief along the way. Once there’s a new established routine with your pet, keeping those resolutions will be a little easier!
• Add more playtime or walks to your daily routine. Use feathers on strings to keep your feline’s hunting instincts sharp, or take longer walks to give your dog more socialization time.
• Help your pet with her hygiene—trim her nails, brush her fur, and give her regular baths. Aside from keeping your pet healthy, this gives you a chance to spot any skin or fur issues early on.
• Strengthen the bond between you and your furry friend by showing him more affection. By petting him often and giving him more belly rubs, both of you will benefit emotionally.
• We always want our pets to stay safe, so make sure your pet has a collar and updated ID tags. Get her microchipped in case she wanders off, and avoid anything that might be toxic to her.
This year, think about that little (or big) friend you keep near and make his or her life a little better along with your own. Happy New Year!