Woof everyone! It’s the most pawonderful time of the year. It’s the yap-yappiest season of all. Happy tail wags all around for the Holiday season is upon us. My sisters and I looooove Christmas. Mom and I decorated the house while the girls snoozed by the fire.
Pretty plants like Holly, Poinsettia, and Mistletoe can poison and hurt us if we were to accidentally eat it. Not that I’ve ever tried. Uh hem, moving on.This can be a grrrr8 time of year, but look out! Because it can get kind of scary for us furry guys and gals. So that’s why I’m setting paws to keyboard on this cold night. I can’t go to sleep without helping you make your holidays a lot safer for us. So here are some tips from yours truly.
I don’t know about your humans, but mine likes to wrap the inside and outside of our house in these brightly colored lights. Make sure you tape down or cover the cords. Every year I have to tell Buffy that the brown thing on the floor is not a chew toy!
I don’t get why you humans want to bring the outdoors indoors, but please make sure you keep those monster trees secured. How embarrassing to be trapped under a tree. Oh yeah, and those goofy decorations you hang on the tree, please keep them away from me. We can’t tell the difference between those and our toys.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t like being stuck in large crowds (unless they’re adoring fans), so if you insist on bringing other humans over to the house, please provide me and others a safe haven in which to hide.
With my tips, your pooch should be a happy and safe one come December 25.
Oops, I smell cookies. Gotta go! Tis the season to be jolly, Fa la la la la, la la la la.