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Want to do something special for your dog’s birthday this year?
For both of our dogs’ birthdays, we always take them to the local Dairy Queen.
When you tell them at the drive-thru that you want a doggy treat, they give you a small cup of ice cream with a dog treat on top.
We order our ice cream, pay for it, and get our doggy ice creams at the same time.
Our Dairy Queen doesn’t charge extra for the doggy treats — just as long as you are ordering something for yourself. (They need to be able to see that your dog is in the car.)
We don’t make a habit of taking them to Dairy Queen, but for special occasions it’s worth the trip!
Another popular idea is to make a special dog-friendly birthday cake for your dog…
Birthday Cake For Dogs
Have you ever made a birthday cake for dogs?
It’s fairly easy, you just need to use dog-safe ingredients.
Here are some good dog cake tips.
Here are a few recipes that would be good for dog birthday cakes:
- Peanut Butter Carrot Cake For Dogs
- Canine Kibble Birthday Cake
- Beef & Bacon Cake For Dogs
- Jerky Cake For Pups
- Ginger Banana Party Cake For Dogs
If you don’t have time to make a birthday cake for your dog, you could always buy a dog birthday cake online. For example, you could order a vanilla or carob cake for your dog.
Instead of a dog birthday cake, you could always get your dog a platter of treats for his birthday.
Or, make your own using these homemade dog treat recipes.
There are lots of fun food treats you can buy or make that dogs are able to eat!
Dog Birthday Parties
Okay, who here has gone all out and hosted a birthday party for dogs before?
If you haven’t yet, here are some fun ideas for planning your dog’s birthday party:
- Dog Party Planner: Before, During & After The Birthday
- 9 Tips For Planning Your Dog’s Birthday Party
- Dog Birthday Parties From A to Z
- Gift Ideas For The Dog Who Has Everything!
I have 2 Miniature Pinschers. My husband and I consider them our 4-legged kids.