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Top 5 activities you can do with your pet this Easter Sunday

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Typically, Easter Sunday is all about kids - but what if you only have pets? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

By Justine Seraphin

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With the long Easter weekend coming up, you’ll have to find ways to keep both you and your furkids busy! But first, here are a few things you should keep in mind:

What are Easter pets?

Animals typically associated with Easter include rabbits, chicks, ducklings, and even puppies or kittens. But remember, all of these are living, breathing animals - they are not impulse buys and should not be gifted to anyone unless its a well thought-through decision.

Can you get Easter eggs for dogs?

Chocolate is toxic for dogs, so please don’t feed any to your dog. You can, however, make homemade treats of all kinds for your dog to enjoy on Easter Sunday while you enjoy your chocolates. You can also use plastic, paper, or wooden eggs to hide treats - this is a great way to get your dog engaged in a mentally stimulating game!

For more ideas on how to spend Easter Sunday with your pets, check out our gallery above! 

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    1. Do an Easter ‘egg’ hunt

    Hide delicious dog or cat-friendly treats in the garden and let your pet sniff them out! This is great for mental stimulation!

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    2. Make homemade dog or cat treats

    While both cats and dogs can eat cooked eggs, you might want to try a more interesting recipe, like dog-friendly meatballs for example? Get the recipe below! 

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    3. Do an Easter photoshoot

    You don’t have to dress your pet up in an Easter costume for the shoot. Just have them sit in front of the flowers in your garden, add in a little Easter decor, and voila! 

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    4. Go for a long walk

    You’re in luck…it’s a relatively nice weekend! Not too hot, not too cold, perfect for you both to enjoy the outdoors! So out you go!

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    5. Have a picnic

    Whether you have it in your own garden or a public park, a picnic is a great way to enjoy the spring weather! Just remember to always have shade and water for your pet.

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