The holiday season is upon us. It is officially time to break out the tinsel, wreaths, and Christmas music. Give your dog a taste of fun every day of the holiday season with a dog advent calendar. An advent calendar is a collection of items hidden behind flaps in a box or tray. There is one for each day of December leading up to Christmas.
They are traditionally a fun family activity to amp up the anticipation for the big event. Now you can have the same fun with your fur baby as well. Whether you choose store-bought or homemade, dog advent calendars are a great way to bring joy to the season.
Homemade Advent Calendar for Dogs
Get crafty this season and make your own advent calendar stuffed with tasty treats for your pup. You can make one in just under an hour with supplies from the dollar store and a muffin tin. Making an advent calendar for dogs can also be a family activity! Click here to follow the tutorial. You can even personalize each section with a picture of your own pup’s sweet mug.
Pick only the best treats to build anticipation with and bring joy to your dog with freeze-dried beef treats. Beef liver, heart, and kidney are enough to get your good boy excited over the delicious taste, while still being healthy. Freeze-dried food preserves the benefits of fresh food without it going bad in the calendar.
Store-Bought Dog Calendar
If you don’t want to get crafty or don’t have the time, that’s okay! In fact, there are plenty of store-bought advent dog calendar options to treat your pup with. Get toy and treat calendars for less than thirty dollars!
- BJ’s provides fourteen days of cheer with their Dog Toy and Treat calendar.
- Order a twenty-four-day calendar full of tasty treats from Amazon.
Spread Joy this Season with Get Joy
Fill a doggy advent calendar or stocking with delicious treats and chews from Get Joy! Give them a gift they will love and their tummies will thank you for. Our mission is to bring you joy through the wellness of your furry friend. What better way to ring in holiday cheer than by spoiling your pup with treats and love this year?