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Help your pet get in the holiday spirit

Advent calendar

Count down the days to the celebration with your pet so they can join the fun.

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Santa robe & grooming supplies

Help your pet stay warm and comfy after bath time with an extra-cozy robe.

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Christmas tree cat bed

Gift your cat a festive bed to help get them in the holiday spirit.

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ScoopFree litter box

Prepare your house this season with a self-cleaning litter box that helps make cleanup a breeze.

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Cleaning spray

While you celebrate, take care of any accidents along the way.

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Dog bed set

Make every snooze this winter even better with a plush bed they can snuggle in.

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Candy cane dog treats

Now your dog can enjoy this classic holiday treat with you.

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Pickle dog toy

Gift your pup a holiday toy they can fetch during the season’s festivities.

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Pet throws

Add an extra layer of warmth to their bed with throws made with super soft materials.

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Petco bandana

Visit our salon to get a polka-dot bandana you can pair with any of their holiday looks.

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WholeHearted nutrition

Bring home tasty nutrition your pet can feast on all season long.

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Bring everyone together

Help pet parents and pets make lasting memories with gift cards.

How to prep your home for holiday fun

 

1.

Put their safety first

Before you begin decorating for your pet, educate yourself on what popular holiday decorations may not be safe for them.

2.

Join in on the fun

When choosing your holiday decorations, think of ways to include your pet. Get them their own ornaments, stocking, etc.

3.

Clean up your home

If you are planning on hosting gatherings this season, start investing in things like odor control litter to make sure your house is smelling and looking its best.

4.

Keep an eye on them

If you use ribbon on presents or tinsel on trees, don’t leave your pets to roam your home unsupervised in these areas, as they could choke or be strangled.

5.

Stimulate their mind

Your pet may get stressed with all the new sights, sounds and people always coming and going during the holiday season. Make sure they have things like chews to occupy their minds.

1. Put their safety first

Before you begin decorating for your pet, educate yourself on what popular holiday decorations may not be safe for them.

2. Join in on the fun

When choosing your holiday decorations, think of ways to include your pet. Get them their own ornaments, stocking, etc.

3. Clean up your home

If you are planning on hosting gatherings this season, start investing in things like odor control litter to make sure your house is smelling and looking its best.

4. Keep an eye on them

If you use ribbon on presents or tinsel on trees, don’t leave your pets to roam your home unsupervised in these areas, as they could choke or be strangled.

5. Stimulate their mind

Your pet may get stressed with all the new sights, sounds and people always coming and going during the holiday season. Make sure they have things like chews to occupy their minds.