Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog

Holiday with your Frenchie – tips to make it more memorable

At the peak of the holidays, we all have a little less time to spend with our Frenchie. We are chasing gifts, running errands, organizing events while he has no clue about what is going on around him. Our pets don’t know anything about Christmas and the holidays. All they sense is that the owners are more stressed and busy than usual. They might feel frustrated by this, but you can reconcile him by spending quality time beneath the Christmas tree. Read our tips on how to make this holiday season more memorable for both of you! 

Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog

Decorate your Frenchie’s spot

You are decorating your living room, your tree, your porch… Why not decorate his favorite spot too? It’s a lovely idea, but always be sure that he cannot chew and swallow anything harmful or dangerous. You can build a cardboard gingerbread house above his bed or lace some garlands around his place. But always remember, safety comes first! We already wrote about how to keep Frenchies away from danger during the holidays.

Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog
Kingston, from TomKings Puppies

Teach your Frenchie a new trick

Frenchies are amazing at learning new tricks. This year you could teach him to fetch a present! How fun would it be if your Frenchie delivers the gifts, right?! When fetch is already going well, you can even raise the bar and teach him to give a present to a specific person. In this case, you need to teach him the names of your family members and the “give” command that will be extremely useful in the future when your dog grabs something he shouldn’t.

Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog

Drive your Frenchie around to watch the holiday lights

Some neighbors love to decorate their homes. This makes the whole neighborhood look like a Hallmark movie scene. Huge Santa figures, reindeers and sleds, snowmen and angels are everywhere, all made of thousands and thousands of lights. This site is not only exciting for us but for dogs, too! If you live in a neighborhood like this, take your French bulldog for a long walk and let him enjoy watching the lights. If you live a bit further, driving him around is a good option. Some house owners even let you drive through their yard, so you don’t even have to get out of your car on a cold evening.

Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog
Bruno, from TomKings Puppies

Take some festive photos

We cannot emphasize enough that Frenchies are family members, and we should treat them the same. It’s a good idea to include them in the family photos. They bring joy to the pictures, especially if wearing some warm, festive jacket or headbands. You can also take individual photos of him dressed up and upload the pictures to our Facebook group to enter our Christmas Contest by using the #christmascontest2021 hashtag.

Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog

Make Frenchie-themed ornaments

Creating any French bulldog-themed Christmas ornaments is a lot of fun, and your baby can help you all along. You can create holiday cards with footprints on them. Watercolor paints are safe to use, but we recommend you clean them off right away if you want to avoid dog footprints all over your home. Salt dough ornaments both work as gifts and as Christmas tree ornaments. They last long and can easily be personalized. You can paint them to any color and write a heartwarming message on the back. If you use them as tree ornaments, we recommend hanging them high so your Frenchie cannot chew them.

Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog
Peony and Athena ornaments, made by TomKings Family member, David 🙂

Make a delicious dog dinner

Once Christmas eve arrives, we can finally sit down to eat with the family. You can make the dinner special for your Frenchie if you cook him an exquisite dish. In this article, you find our favorite recipe, turkey thigh with chia seeds. Or you can surprise your Frenchie with a Christmas sock full of delicious homemade treats!

Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog
Harley, from TomKings Puppies

Record your Frenchie opening his gifts

Whatever you give as a gift to your baby dog, we are sure he will love it! Frenchies are like kids. They love to open presents (or any box or bag, in fact). Does he have a favorite material he loves to tear apart? Use that to wrap his gift and make a video of him opening it! This short video will remain for you as a beautiful memory.

Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog
Minnie, from TomKings Puppies

Watch holiday movies with your Frenchie

It’s time to rest and cuddle up in front of the TV! Watching a holiday movie starring dogs provides some time for both of you to snuggle after the big holiday rush. He will be grateful to you for spending some time together in peace.

Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog
Niko, from TomKings Puppies

Donate your Frenchie’s unused toys to dog shelters

Some dogs are less fortunate than yours and have no owners, no toys, no blankets. We are sure your Frenchie has lots of items that he barely touches. You can hit two birds with one stone by donating these items to dogs in need. At the same time, you will free up some space in your home!

Holiday with your Frenchie - tips to make it more memorable - TomKings Blog
Allen Diggs, from TomKings Puppies

We wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

 

Feel free to join our TomKings Frenchie Family Facebook group for further useful tips!

The article is based on the expert knowledge of the TomKings Puppies team who have been breeding French Bulldogs for 10 years on their farm. All the pictures in the post belong to them and their customers, and show puppies from their breed. Check their available French Bulldog puppies, or if you have any questions or comments let us know below the article.

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  1. Thank you so much for your heart warming in formation! I love our dear sweet frenchies. Thank you for your information

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