DIY Dog Easter Baskets
Easter time is filled with good food, quality time and lots of arts and crafts. With all the chocolate and DIY Easter baskets it’s easy to forget about the four pawed members of the family. Creating a cute little Easter basket for your dogs can be a fun activity for the family and will make sure everyone is included in the festivities of the day. The question now remains, what do I give my dog for Easter? Can’t just throw some chocolate at the end of the bed but you also don’t have to spend hours and break the bank to make your pups week! We have collected some brands for you to look at and see what might tickle your dog’s fancy. Take a peek below!
A Victorian family-owned business prioritising natural, vegan and fuss-free skin + coat care for dogs. Shampoos, dog washes and detangling sprays are just some of the amazing products Raggy Pets offer and the perfect, not to mention super useful, addition to your pets Easter basket.
This company truly lives up to its name! They have an abundance of Easter themed presents like carob treats, cookies and even hot cross buns that are all dog friendly. Maybe a cute little bunny bow for your dog will be the perfect basket filler – well they have that too!
Kristine’s K9 Kakes & Treats
Want some tasty treats to throw into the Easter basket? Kristine’s treats have premium chicken, beef, lamb and fish products + more! Human grade and naturally dehydrated treats for all kinds of dogs – for those who eat anything to the fussiest of eaters!
Pablo & Co
Looking for a super wholesome Easter gift? You’ve come to the right place at Pablo and Co. Their Easter collection is filled with themes of hot cross buns, carrots, bunnies and little chicks on bandanas, bow ties or scrunchies – cuteness overload.
Now as a frozen treat we can’t just sit in the Easter basket waiting to be gobbled up (like they’d let it last that long!) Share a special moment amongst the chaos of Easter celebrations and give your pup the treat they deserve! They’ll thank you for it over and over again in slobbery kisses, warm cuddles and hopefully some good behaviour!
Now that we’ve covered what should go in, lets discuss what should be avoided. Obviously chocolate you and I eat, like you have heard 1000 times, is very dangerous for dogs and should not be anywhere near their reach. Other items include small choking hazards such as fake eggs, flowers, and those cute little craft chickens (save that for the human baskets).
No one knows your fur baby like you do so place their favourite things in the basket and just show them all the love they deserve on Easter and every day after. Happy Easter to our whole Petsypole family xx