I adore my darling Papillon dog Jack, so I know how dog moms love to make their fluffy babies a part of their celebrations. Here’s how to have fun with your dog this Easter.
An Easter Egg Hunt That Supports a Worthy Cause
National Service Dogs trains service dogs for Autism and PTSD. Every Good Friday they have an Easter Egg Hunt for dogs as a fund raiser for their organization in 8 Canadian cities: Brampton, Calgary, Guelph, Kitchener, London, Oakville, St. Catharines, and Windsor.
Cost is $25 per family and they encourage pledge forms as well. Visit their website for more information.
Don’t live near those cities? Here’s how to have an Easter Egg Hunt at home.
When you hide your eggs for kids you can’t get all that creative because if they can’t find them easily, kids get frustrated. Not so with dogs. They’ll find their eggs using their sense of smell so you can have loads of fun hiding your eggs. The harder it is for them to find the egg, the more excited they get.
I hope you and your fluffy baby have a fantastic Easter season!
Did this help you?
Get our updates delivered directly to your inbox so you won’t miss a thing. [mc4wp_form]
Whether you want to add to the excitement of waiting for the Easter Bunny’s arrival or want to super-surprise them on Easter morning with an inflatable Easter Bunny to greet them, Designed2Bsweet has 2 choices – which is perfect if you have two kids.
This is a sweet rabbit for girls because it can sit for an Easter tea party or to watch TV beside her.
*Please note that the links on this page are affiliate links and we will receive a small payment from Designed2Bsweet if you make a purchase – for which we thank you. Prices are quoted as of the day we wrote this article and are subject to change.
Garland features kraft paper letters that spell out the phrase Happy Easter – Garland also includes 16 patterned bunnies, 28 patterned eggs, 24 patterned diamonds, 24 patterned flowers and 27 patterned paper chain strips with 20 feet of natural string Price: $12.95