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5 Events You Can Throw for Your Pets

Having events for your pets makes them happier than they already are. Read more to know further about what you can organize for your pets.

Getting your pet out and about is essential for their health as it provides them with the nourishment they need. As a pet owner, it’s your responsibility to make sure that your pet gets to go to certain events that make them happy.

Going to pet-friendly events will train them even more as they’ll learn how to behave publicly. They might even meet other pets and become friends with them. Hence, you must take them to such events where your pet enjoys the most and comes home happier than before.

Here are a few pet-friendly events you can take them to during the spring.

1. “Bark” Mitzvah

A Bar Mitzvah party is usually held for Jewish people who have their thirteenth year coming ahead of them. It’s celebrated as a “coming of age” party where everyone in attendance celebrates the said individual’s new phase in life. A similar party can be thrown for your pet, in this case, your dog, where you can celebrate their coming of age. Invite all of your friends along with their pets, and throw your pet a lovely event.

2. “Yappy” Hour

We’re sure you’re familiar with what happy hour is; we all wait for it. But why must adults have all the fun? You can now let your pets enjoy with their pet friends by throwing them a “yappy hour” event. All the pets can have their drinks, be it milk from the bowl or a pet-friendly juice. Yappy hours can be thrown a few times each week to give your pet the recharging they need.

3. Paces for Paws

The “Paces for Paws” event is a race that is held annually for dogs. This race is hosted to create funds for animal shelters and adoption centers for all pets. You can take your dog and let them participate in this 5k race. The race starts at seven in the morning and ends somewhere around evening time. However, you must remember to put leashes on your dog as it’s a rule.

4. Howl-o-Ween Party

When the spooky season rolls by, buy a costume for your pet instead of dressing up as a character yourself. You can create your own “howl-o-ween” party for your pets. Invite all of your friends who have pets and dress them in silly costumes. You can take them trick or treating as well. If you’re throwing a pet-friendly Halloween party anyway, you might as well make the full effort.

5. Adoption Paw-ty

When you bring home your furry animal, celebrate its arrival into your family. Pets are like children for pet owners anyway. Bringing your pet home for the first time is equivalent to bringing your newborn home from the hospital. Have snacks ready, throw in some decorations, and have the cutest party ever by celebrating the latest addition to your family. Throwing events for your pets will not only be fun for your pets but also for you. Frankly, it gives you an excuse to have a party, and let’s face it, organizing one is always fun!

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Written By Lisa Lee

Lisa Lee is a proud mother of three living in sunny San Diego county. With three children under 10 years old and a pet pug named Daisy, Lisa sure has her hands full. Before starting her career as a family lifestyle writer, Lisa worked as a third grade elementary school teacher. Through her time teaching and parenting, Lisa has become quite the expert at dealing with children and wishes to share her vast knowledge and experiences with other fellow parents.

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