Now pictures are one thing, but real puppies are something else altogether. Getting a puppy is a lot of work, so before getting one for Christmas, make sure you think it through properly.
Can you get a puppy for Christmas?
Sure you can, as long as it’s been a well-thought through decision. Some dogs can live up to 16 years of age – is that a commitment you’re willing to make? Are you financially prepared to take care of them for that long? Are you ready to take them out for a walk every day, rain or shine? These are just some of the things to consider before you get a dog. Don’t get one on impulse because you want to make the children happy on Christmas. Dogs are not gifts, they’re forever companions, and big responsibilities.
How can I surprise my puppy for Christmas?
So dogs can’t grasp the concept of the holidays, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spoil them on Christmas. Whether you purchase toys/treats, or make them at home, your puppy will love it! Wrap it in some wrapping paper that they can have fun tearing up and place it under the tree. Dogs aren’t fussy, as long as they can spend Christmas with you, they’ll be the happiest pups in the world!
Whether it’s your first Christmas with your dog or not, here’s our gift to you: Christmas puppies. Enjoy the pictures in our gallery above!