Intro paragraph(s) - Dogs don’t really understand the concept of time, holidays, or seasonal gift giving, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t make sure to let them know that they are very, very good pups.
I’m not sure what dogs call their various holidays, but I assume that like us, even the most distinct of their religious divisions come down to little more than different interpretations solidified through generations of cultural and social sifting.
You and your dog might share different ideologies, so it’s best to keep the gift wrap non-denominational, but as a society of dog and humans, it’s our differences that make us great.
Let your furry friend celebrate her or his holiday of choice, and let us help:
Product Description - For the dog who can’t possibly be seen in last year’s threads. If you have a few different sized dogs or have a lot of friends with dogs you could get a whole dog squad in different colors of this possibly copyright-violating dog tracksuit.
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One of the greatest things about dogs is that you can give them pretty much anything and tell them in an emphatic voice to go get it. For that reason, dogs love sticks. Dogs also love to chew on literally anything, so a deer antler stick that they can go to town on for a week is really the best of both worlds here.
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