After a year of highs and lows, bringing Chisel into the family earlier this year was definitely a high point. Chisel has given and received so much love over the past few months, and the family couldn’t imagine life without him! Therefore, it is only natural that one would spoil him for his very first Christmas!! With more presents under the tree than any other family member, Chisel is definitely one spoilt puppy this year. As you can see by the photo below, there is a large cute doggy face on a present for Chisel, that is just one of many! And why not, he’s only little for such a short time (and by little we mean young!). In terms of the Christmas tree, Chisel’s owners have lots of experience with dogs, so Chisel is not allowed in that section of the house where the tree is up. Imagine a young pup exploring a Christmas tree! Not to mention, it can be quite dangerous if your dog was to ingest the decorations from the tree.
It’s important to remember during Christmas not to spoil them with rich Christmas foods, and to stay away from chocolates as they can make them really sick. We’ve got a detailed blog about what not to feed your pets during Christmas that you can read here.
Pups are sometimes given to people as a gift over Christmas, but remember, they are a lifetime commitment. They need love, care and nurture all year round.