Thursday, April 5, 2007

Birthday Party Ideas for your Dog - Part 1 !

Throwing a dog party for your "furry best friend", may sound like a silly idea! There again, stop and think about it for a minute! Your ‘best friend’ is always there, faithfully waiting for you, no questions asked and never in bad mood. Just a friendly face and a wagging tail! So would you not like to say a “Thank You” to that special friend of yours who have been with you since the day you brought him? It doesn’t have to be a big occasion or a something that is all the rage and would become the talk of the town. A small homely party with a little bit of fun would do. Make some special treats and a cake, maybe even put up a few decorations. Just dedicate a few hours to your pet, nothing more to do than play and romp...and eat of course!

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Wondering whom to invite for your little puppy’s birthday? Anyone you like really, as many doggie guests and their companions as you can comfortably fit into your dog party location. While inviting guest for your doggie, make sure that your doggie knows all of them. Invite dogs that your pooch plays with on a regular basis or friends from your local doggie day care center. Remember this is not the time to introduce a new
dog to your pooch. Be careful about the dogs and puppies you are calling over to attend your darling’s birthday as one wrong attitude might spoil the entire fun. Nothing can spoil a dog party faster than an overly aggressive dog trying to dominate the other canine party guests or small children who may be attending.

If your pooch loves to play, what better way than a free and easy romp in the park with a few of his closest friends? A doggie picnic can be a fun way to spend the afternoon, with lots of Frisbee’s and “go-fetch” toys thrown in for good measure. Make up a picnic hamper of doggie treats and a cake. Take along enough bottled water and bowls, because they will be thirsty with all that running around. Remember to take plenty of doggie “do-do” bags to pick up any small deposit they may make. Don’t forget to take a picnic hamper for you and your friends. Not enough ideas for a perfect bash, is it? Well, I’ll post a few more tips for your little furry friend soon and this time will give you more exciting ideas as to how can you keep these cuties entertained without much effort. In the meanwhile, let me know if you have anything to ask or how you like the ideas!

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Janene said...

I just planned my son's first birthday party in November ~ it was the first party I've ever thrown on my own. It turned out really well ~ I will be sure to check out some of your ideas to make the second one even better.

Thanks for stopping by my TT! Have a great weekend!

Rosie said...

What a fun idea for a blog!

Thanks so much for coming by the SMB and wishing my sis a happy birthday!