Welcome to another PAWsome PAWty on the Pet Parade!
Every Friday myself, and the other fabulous co hosts get together with the Lovely Leah from Rascal and Rocco, and put on a hop where all the pets of the world can come together and strut their stuff!
So feel free to link up with us, strut your stuff, share your stories, link back to your hosts, and have fun!
The co hosts of this PAWty are Jan's funny Farm, Basil the Bionic Cat, Barking from the Bayou and me! Love is being owned by a husky!
Link back to Rascal and Rocco to see our featured pet of the week!
Today is letter "P" in the #atozchallenge.
What a PAWfect day to be the letter "P" . . .
P is for Pet Parade!
As most of you know, yesterday my husky Koda turned 1 year old!
We had a great celebration with loads of snacks and drinks for all to share! If you missed our Pawty, you can find it HERE!
I want to thank you all for your birthday wishes for Koda. He felt very special, and for a good reason ! I also would like to share some birthday cards that some of my readers made for him.
And last but certainly not least, this ecard from Caren.
(Cat Chat with Caren and Cody and Dakotas Den)
Click HERE to play the ecard.
Thank you all so much for these beautiful cards!! You all made Kodas day!♥
What great surprises!
Since this has been Koda's time in the spotlight, I am going to let him strut his stuff today for the parade. Hope you all enjoy!
On another note, Easter is this weekend guys! (Duh, like I'm sure you don't know that!)
Tips to keep your pups safe this holiday :
If you have small children, the Easter Bunny will most likely be putting chocolate eggs all over your house for a hunt Easter morning.
This can be bad for our pups though. My suggestion? Leave the Easter bunny a little note asking that he please keep the easter eggs up high, out of the dogs reach.
Remember that chocolate is extremely toxic to our beloved pets. So make sure to keep all the yummy Easter treats put away.
For those of you who have family dinners for the holidays. In my opinion, it is OK to let your dogs in on the meal, however keep it to a small amount.
Things like Potato's, carrots, peas, and turkey, are PAWfectly safe to share with them, providing there is not a ton of garlic and onions mixed in as they are also very bad for dogs. Our pets like to be involved in the holidays too!
My final tip for this Easter is, whatever you do, do NOT let your pups see the Easter Bunny hopping around your house! What child would be able to forgive the family dog when they awake to the "former" Easter Bunny doing . . . not so hot!
We wish you all a very Happy Easter!
Thanks for coming by, and much love for all of your cards and birthday wishes for Koda.