We pamper our dogs daily, but birthdays are an excellent reason! Visit the pet shop for tennis balls, Kongs, or handcrafted toys for your dog's birthday.
Dog-themed birthdays may feature balloons and streamers. Make a bone-shaped banner, a blackboard drink and snack menu, and dog-friendly confetti for all tables.
Dog-friendly birthday cakes are prevalent. Whole-wheat flour, baking soda, eggs, applesauce, and baby food make great dog cakes. Cream cheese, peanut butter, bananas, and carrots are healthy.
DIY puppy-approved ice cream. Blend bananas, plain yogurt, and creamy peanut butter, then freeze overnight for optimal consistency. Puppy ice pops use chicken or beef broth. Pour, freeze.
Puppy party hats. Gluing foam, poster board, or non-toxic construction paper into a cone is simple. Decorate using permanent markers, pompoms, tassels, etc.
Friendsless puppies? Run, eat, smell your pet's birth.if pet owners agree, feed and hydrate paw-ty guests. Dogs like frozen bananas, little carrots, green beans, and portioned goodies.
Give humans a reason to attend the puppy party besides canine antics. Party food. Chicken wings, spinach-and-artichoke dip, deviled eggs, beer, wine, or creative cocktails for your dog's day.
Hit a paw! Instagram with a photo booth background and accessories! Use a unique hashtag on Instagram or Facebook to view everything.
These dog-friendly party games masquerade fundamental training as fun! Games like hide-and-seek and fetch assist dogs practice "sit," "stay," "come," and "fetch."
What's a birthday without a big gift bag? Include a tennis ball, chew toy, dog bones, jerky sticks, a party hat or bandana, and food for humans.