Celebrate New Year’s Eve and commit to your dog’s health this year with Beneful. With Christmas behind us, that only leaves one big holiday in the year – New Year’s Eve. While we all love to celebrate New Year’s Eve with our friends and family, let’s not forget that our dogs are our friends and family, as well.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with the Pooches
New Year’s Eve can be an exciting time, but it can also be a stressful time for some dogs. Loud noises like fireworks can be frightening for some dogs, so it’s important to remember than when New Year’s Eve rolls around. So if you have a dog, let’s talk about how to celebrate the new year and keep the puppy feeling good.
Watch Fireworks, Don’t Set Them Off
Fireworks are a huge source of terror for some dogs. If your dog is a big fraidy cat, consider taking a short trip out to a local fireworks show instead of setting them off at home. That way, you and yours can see the beauty of fireworks, and your dog can avoid the sheer terror of it.
Keep Human Food Away
When we celebrate New Year’s Eve, it often involves tons of delicious food. It’s important to remember, however, that some of the food that’s so delicious to us – and our dogs – can also be toxic to them. Foods like onions, grapes, raisins, chocolate, and anything with artificial sweeteners are toxic to dogs. Your safest bet is simply to keep all human food well away from the reach of your dog and his wandering mouth.
Make it a Night In
Speaking of human food and celebrating. Why not celebrate New Year’s Eve at home. Your dog will love the extra couch time of watching New Year’s Rocking Eve, and you can enjoy the entertainment. It’s a nice break from the hustle of crazy New Year’s Eve Festivities.
Great Food for a Great New Year
While you’re in the midst of your celebration, make a commitment to better food and health for your dog. Like people, dogs need good food for good health. One way to celebrate New Year’s Eve and a new focus on your dog’s nutritional needs is to feed him Beneful. Beneful uses only high quality ingredients for better food and better health. real beef, chicken, or salmon is always the first ingredient, so you know your dog is getting the good stuff he needs instead of fillers. This food also has other nutritious and yummy ingredients like veggies and contains no added sugar.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve in a Dog-Approved Way
This year, celebrate New Year’s Eve in a way that makes both you and your dog happy. And while you’re at it, give him Beneful dog food. It’s a bowl full of goodness every time he eats.