Birthday Ideas for Dog's

Birthday Ideas for Dog’s

1.Make Dog Friendly Pup Cakes

Believe it or not, lots of dog-friendly birthday cakes are human-friendly, too. All you need are some everyday baking ingredients, such as whole-wheat flour, baking soda and eggs, to make an amazing canine cake. Blend in shredded veggies such as carrots for a boost of nutrients and top it with cream cheese, peanut butter, or blended bananas.

Don’t feel like breaking out the baking gear? No dog has ever turned down peanut butter paired with his favourite treats.

2. Choose the perfect present

Let’s face it: Our dogs are spoiled every single day, but their birthdays are actually a legitimate reason for some serious doggy spoiling! Whether your pooch prefers tennis balls, Kongs, or softer, homemade toys, there’s no better reason than its birthday to hit up the toy aisle at your pet store.

Another fun (and hilariously adorable) idea: Put your pup in a room with a ton of tennis balls and watch the excitement ensue.

You’ve helped your friends and family decorate for a million birthday parties, so it’s only appropriate that you decorate for your precious pooch’s birthday.

3. Throw a Party

Balloons and streamers are standard birthday party decor, of course, but there are tons of doggy-themed ways to do it up, too. Make a cute, bone-shaped banner with construction paper and yarn or twine, toss dog-friendly confetti on all of the tables, and—if you’re a little bit craftier—make a chalkboard sign with the drink and snack menu.

If you’re not super crafty, you can buy doggy-themed banners online instead.

4. Doggie Ice Cream

Although real ice cream isn’t great for your dog’s gastrointestinal tract, it’s easy to whip up some puppy-approved ice cream at home with ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. Blend bananas with plain yogurt and creamy peanut butter, then freeze overnight to get the right consistency. You can also make puppy ice pops with one basic ingredient: Chicken or beef broth. Simply pour it into a mold and freeze.

5. Bring the Squad of doggie friends

What’s a puppy party without your dog’s entire gang? Invite the crew over for a day of running, snacks, and sniffing in celebration of your furry family member’s birth.

Put out plenty of water and, if the other pet parents are OK with it, some snacks for paw-ty guests. Portioned dog treats, sliced frozen bananas, baby carrots, and green beans are all healthy snacks that are easy for dogs to pick up and munch on.

Be sure to keep a close eye on your dog and its guests while they’re playing. Even the best dog buds can have misunderstandings sometimes.