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    Create an Easter Basket for Your Pet

    With spring in the air, making an Easter basket for your pet will get both of you in the mood to enjoy the fresh air and warmer weather. Get hoppin' to make this the best Easter ever for your pet with these great ideas! 

    • Something to chirp about: Give your dog a new chirping bird or squeaky bunny toy to toss around. Or, for the more creative dog owner, why not create your own animal toy from fabric scraps? Be careful not to create a choking hazard.
    • A new leash on life: You can extend those walks into dusk with a leash that lights up. Winter can wreak havoc on leashes, so springtime is a great time to get a new leash, and the lights help keep you and Fido safe.
    • Are your house pets multiplying like bunnies? For homes with multiple pets, find a big sturdy basket to fill with new toys, store-bought treats shaped like ducks and rabbits, and new personalized name tags or collars for all of your furry family members on Easter. After all the goodies have been removed, place a nice cushion in the large basket. Just like that, your pets have a comfy new basket bed to share.
    • Fido's food gift: Why not consider the perfect puzzle feeder that makes feeding time more fun for your pet!
    • Are you bored with baskets? Purchase a reusable water or food bowl and fill it with delicious cat or dog treats for your four-legged friend.

    Hopefully, these ideas will allow you to create an Easter basket for your pet that is personal and brings more fun things into your home for you and your pet to do together during the spring months.

     

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