Winter Dog Ideas

Check out some of our tips for keeping your dog happy in the Winter. Here you can find tricks for keeping your dog warm, DIY dog ideas and holiday dog pictures to warm your heart!
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Make a DIY paw print ornament to celebrate the holiday season with your cat or dog. Here’s your how-to guide, including a recipe for dough that is safe for pets: Mix together 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, and 1 ½ cups of water, and knead until dough is well combined. Roll out dough and cut into desired shapes. Press your pet’s paw into the dough and then bake in a 350-degree F oven for 12 minutes. Let the ornaments cool completely before sprucing them up as you like! #PetLifeHack

Make a DIY paw print ornament to celebrate the holiday season with your cat or dog. Here’s your how-to guide, including a recipe for dough that is safe for pets: Mix together 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, and 1 ½ cups of water, and knead until dough is

Think beyond the natural holiday décor and know what plants could be potentially harmful to your dogs.

Think beyond the natural holiday décor and know what plants could be potentially harmful to your dogs.>> Need to remember this so i can keep them away from my pets

Baby it's cold outside #friskies #catsofinstagram #wintercat #captionthis

See all of the wet and dry cat food from Friskies®. In a variety of yummy flavors and textures, our cat food is sure to make your cat Mmmeow!

Winter can leave dogs with cracked and injured pads, but you can treat them with a paw balm from your pet store. To keep your buddy from licking the balm right off, try distracting him with a treat or puzzle feeder. #Tip #Video #PetCare

Winter can leave dogs with cracked and injured pads, but you can treat them with a paw balm from your pet store. To keep your buddy from licking the balm right off, try distracting him with a treat or puzzle feeder.

From dog sweaters to quick bathroom trips, it is important to help your dog adjust to the Winter. Here's our guide to helping your dog get through Winter happy and healthy.

It's important to help your dog acclimate to cold weather. Here's a how to guide for helping your buddy with all things winter.

Getting in shape is more fun with a friend! Stick to your new years resolution and find out how to make the most out of working out with your dog here!

Stick to your new years resolution and find out how to make the most out of working out with your dog here!

Nothing like spending New Years Eve with your dog even if all they want to do is play fetch.

We think a great night is made up of time spent with your best friend.

Creating a new Winter routine can make your dog more comfortable and prevent dog accidents in the house. An easy way to help your dog adjust to the weather is by taking your dog out for short walks and rewarding them with treats when they come back in!

9 Tips for Keeping Your Pet Safe in Snow + Holiday Safety Tips – Purina®

Snow safety is important during the Winter. If the weather is too cold for you then it is too cold for you dog. Read more dog safety tips to keep in mind as the temperature drops!

Snow safety is important during the Winter. Read more dog safety tips to keep in mind as the temperature drops!

Dogs love snow days, too! There are all sorts of dog games you can play to make the most of the cold weather.

Dogs love snow days, too! There are all sorts of dog games you can play to make the most of the cold weather.

Winter dog safety tip: Protect your dog's paws from the salt on the concrete by wearing dog booties!

9 Tips for Keeping Your Pet Safe in Snow + Holiday Safety Tips – Purina®

Notice some new faces at your office holiday party? Make the most of the holidays with pets at work!

Notice some new faces at your office holiday party?

When your dog starts showing changes in their behavior during Winter playtime it is time to take the fun inside. Read more about keeping your dog safe in the Winter here.

9 Tips for Keeping Your Pet Safe in Snow + Holiday Safety Tips – Purina®

Make this holiday season a safe one with these holiday safety tips for you and your dog at Purina.com.

9 Tips for Keeping Your Pet Safe in Snow + Holiday Safety Tips – Purina®

There is nothing worse than a sick pet. Keep pet health at top of mind this holiday season by keeping your pet away from dark chocolate, xylitol, raisins, currents, grapes, bread dough, mistletoe, poinsettias and holly.

Check out this list of holiday season items to keep away from your pet. This simple list could be a life saver!

Worried about keeping your dog warm in the Winter? There is nothing cuter than a dog sweater! Read more about how to keep your dog safe in the Winter here!

We love sweater weather! It’s a great way to keep your dog warm in the winter months, and it’s always cool to coordinate …

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