Spend Christmas by the fireside with Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Enjoy the glow of the yule log, along with holiday music and a very Happy Cat and Dog!
Black and White Christmas Dog, Cat, and Tree Clip Art - black and white outline of a Christmas dog and cat sitting in front of a Christmas tree.
Christmas dog and cat - color illustration.
Dog and cat with christmas hats
Keep your cat or small dog warm this Christmas with their very own reindeer or santa beanies. If you require the pattern for a larger dog, you can either use thicker yarn and a larger hook size or add an extra increase round after round 4 and adjust accordingly. DIRECT PDF PATTERN DOWNLOAD. THIS IS NOT THE PHYSICAL ITEM. If you would like the physical items to be made, please send me a message and Ill see if I can fit you in! I also have a rainbow unicorn and christmas turkey cat/dog hat…More importantly, you don’t want your pet to get serious injuries from glass shards or broken ornaments. Follow these steps to cat-proof and dog-proof your Christmas tree.Dogs and cats have a notorious reputation for ruining Christmas trees. You don’t want your Christmas shrub to end up in the garbage before it's time. During the holidays, Poinsettias are a popular Christmas plant. Though they have a bad rap, poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima) plants are only mildly toxic to cats and dogs. The milky white sap found in poinsettias contains chemicals called diterpenoid euphorbol esters and saponin-like detergents. While poinsettias are commonly “hyped” as poisonous plants, they rarely are, and the poisoning is greatly exaggerated. When ingested, mild signs of vomiting, drooling, or rarely, diarrhea may be seen. If the milky sap is exposed to skin, dermal irritation (including redness, swelling, and itchiness) may develop. Rarely, eye exposure can result in a mild conjunctivitis (“pink eye” secondary to inflammation). Signs are self-limiting and generally don’t require medical treatment unless severe. There is no antidote for poinsettia poisoning. That said, due to the low level of toxicity seen with poinsettia ingestion, medical treatment is rarely necessary unless clinical signs are severe.But before you let your heart shrink completely, take a look at these delightfully wacky renditions of your favorite Christmas songs and watch your troubles melt away. The novelty versions feature meowing cats and barking dogs performing classic carols with their own hilarious spin. After all, even the Grinch loved his dog.Have you ever imagined what your family might look like if they were pets sitting around the table for Christmas dinner instead of people? A holiday feast with 13 dogs, 1 cat and a whole bunch of human hands was held to create this fun video! I would have loved to have been seated at this dinner table!