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Celebrate National Spoil Your Dog Day

by PetFirst Pet Insurance
3 years ago

It’s National Spoil Your Dog Day! Although it seems like we spoil them every day, it’s the perfect time to go the extra mile. This should help get you started:

Make Homemade Treats: The best part of making homemade treats is knowing every single ingredient your pup is eating, and you control the additives. Pumpkin and peanut butter treats are not only tasty, but usually popular with even the pickiest eaters. Check out Puppy Leaks for dog recipes that require 5 ingredients or less. As always, make sure you consult your veterinarian if you have any concerns for your dog’s diet. Anytime you introduce new items, it’s important that you monitor for any allergy reactions or an upset stomach.

Go On An Adventure: ‘Do you want to go for walk?’ might just be one of the happiest sentences your pup could hear. In celebration of spoiling your dog, it’s a great time to hit the trails and let them take in all the smells. One helpful resource to find a trail fit for both of you is AllTrails.com. Simply type in your current location and you will be able to find the appropriate dog-friendly trail near you.

Make Sure They’re Insured: The most important way to spoil your dog is to make sure they are safe, healthy, and happy. Pet insurance ensures that if any new accident or illness were to occur, your pet will be covered with PetFirst. Help keep them safe and healthy and get a quote today.

We’d love to see how you spoil your pets. Tag us with #LoveYourPetFirst to be featured in our social media posts! 

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