Happy Easter Monday!
After weeks of preparing for a dog-safe holiday, eating all the chocolate so your dogs would be safe (you are awesome!), passing on the shiny but dangerous plastic Easter grass and putting the leftovers in the refrigerator and the baskets on the top shelf, are you ready for some affirmation? Here are some situations in which you can say “YES!” to those adorable puppy eyes that have probably been begging you all weekend for things to which you have had to say “NO.”
And still a disclaimer…If your veterinarian has said “NO” or your dog has medical issues that force you to say “NO” you need to go with that over the list. Still, surely there are some things on this list to which you can say “YES!”
Image courtesy of VintageHolidayCrafts.com
Since you bought crinkled paper Easter grass to keep me safe, can I eat it?
Can I eat the tissue paper out of the basket too?
Can I keep the basket once it is empty to hold my dog toys?
Can I have a jelly bean?
Will you share the leftover plain green beans?
Can I have a Peep?
Can I check the living room for eggs that were not found?
YES (please do!)
Can I have carob treats?
Can I play with this stuffed bunny?
Can I have another Peep?
YES, at this same time next year…