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Posted on 03-24-2016
Since the weather is so nice in Phoenix during the spring months, why not incorporate your dog into your Easter festivities? Though dogs should always remain a safe distance from chocolate treats, your family may just love having your dog do a little Easter egg hunt of their own.
When setting up your dog’s Easter egg hunt, there are a few things to keep in mind. This is where your dog’s favorite (or a stronger-smelling) treats will come into play. Place a small amount of a treat and hide it in a confined area of your yard. Once they are all “hidden,” let your dog out—and the hunt is on! Though they might not understand the fun of the game, they’re nose (and taste buds) will definitely love it.
This is a fun way to get the entire family in on the fun. If you have kids, they’ll love trying to “help” your dog find the treats throughout the yard!
To make sure your pet’s health is in tip-top condition, come visit us at Phoenix Veterinary Center for a regular check up today!
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