Hosting the Holidays

Host a Holiday Party for Your Pet

Forget a pet-friendly party — this one is completely pet-focused. Pamper your favorite dogs this holiday season with a party guaranteed to make their tails wag.

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Set the Guest List With Care

As most pet-parents would know, it is preferable to not invite cats to a doggy party or dogs to a kitty party. Plan to only invite one or the other. A dog party is not the ideal time to bring a new dog into the social mix, and it's definitely not a good place for an aggressive dog or any dog you're unsure about. Get more tips to make your pet-focused party a success.

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