How to: Create a Pet Friendly Easter Basket

{I bought the basket at the Dollar Tree and hand painted on Jack's name}
Easter season has arrived, and while Easter can prove to be a dangerous holiday for pets from the chocolate eggs to the Easter grasses it doesn’t mean your pets need to miss out on the holiday. Create your furbaby his or her, own Easter basket. Below are my tips for creating the perfect pet friendly basket.

{a couple bags of their favorite treats}

 {dental bones are always great for keeping your pets teeth healthy and clean}
 {stack the bags of treats on top of each other they'll be used as "filler" in the basket}
 {a new matching collar and leash for spring}
 {pastel colored toys for some springtime cheer}
 {can't forget about Easter themed toys}
{stuffed toy with the year on it is great for Easter morning photo opportunities}

7 comments :

  1. Where did you get the "my first easter" toy? I love this idea - Jack is going to be one happy pup.

    Emily

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  2. I love this! It's so cute. I may have to put something together for our furbabies for Easter.

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  3. My little pup would love this! Great idea!

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  4. What a cute idea! I should definitely do this for our kitties.

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  5. Cute ideas. Great blog!

    If you get a sec, check out my latest post 'Floral'.

    Hope you have a great day.
    Sofia

    stylishlyinlove.blogspot.com

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  6. should i feel like a bad mom because i never get my pets an easter basket. maybe this year i will but i don't ever get them stuffed toys because they pull out the stuffing within 5 minutes

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  7. This is so sweet!

    I love those Dollar Tree bins! So practical!

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