Here are the fun facts…
Plus all the details for you to have your very own Dog Birthday Party!
Happy Birthday, Destin!
This got me wondering:
How many dog owners actually celebrate their dog’s birthday?
Here’s what I found…
Who Celebrates A Dog’s Birthday?
> According to a Psychology Today magazine survey (to which 13,000 readers responded), one-quarter of the respondents said they actually celebrate their pet’s birthday.
> According to a National Pet Owner Survey of 1,019 pet owners, 50% actually celebrate their pet’s birthday, while 79% give their pets holiday or birthday presents. Common gifts: “a play toy” or “snacks”, followed by “clothing”.
> According to an American Pet Association Poll of 17,121 pet owners, 9,843,962 dog owners celebrate their dogs’ birthdays in the following ways (in this order):
- Give dog a special treat
- Make dog a special meal
- Give dog a cake
- Give dog a new toy
- Give dog ice cream
- Give dog a new bone
- Sing or wish dog happy birthday
- Give dog a party with other dogs or pets
- Take dog to favorite place
- Take Photographs
Check out this Pampered Puppy’s Guide To Throwing A Birthday Party For Your Dog. They cover everything here… from who to invite… to party locations… to foods to serve… to specific activities all dogs will enjoy!
Here are even more novel games, activities, decorations, and fun tips for planning Dog Birthdays & Parties.
Dog Birthday Party Supplies
Thinking of going the “party” route with your dog? Here are some excellent resources for Dog Birthday Party supplies:
Don’t worry, if you want to throw a party, but you’re fretting over things like: who would actually come (and who wouldn’t), who would get along (and who wouldn’t), and which activities the dogs would actually enjoy (and which ones would be duds).
You could always throw an online dog birthday party instead! Yep, Internet-savy dogs will paws-itively enjoy interacting with fellow canines and sharing bow-wow’s online.
All The Birthday Trimmings For Dogs
Check out these dog birthday cakes you can special order — or make yourself! (Then again, you could always just stick a candle in your favorite dog-friendly food and call it a Birthday Cake!)
…And don’t forget the card!
These edible dog greeting cards will be appreciated by your canine friend — if not for the sentiment, then for the flavor!
Dog Birthday Bandanas