Tt’s your dog’s Birthday and you want to celebrate with out Dog-Birthday-Cake? Well, if your answer is NO then you’ve come to the right place. We will shahe variety of cakes that you will get it from our ecom store. Before that i will tell you how to organise a fun birthday party.
1. Consider The Venue
Will you be throwing your dog’s birthday party at your house? If so, great, you’ve already got this part figured out. But, if you’re in an apartment with limited space or you don’t have a backyard then you may want to consider other options. Depending on how many people/dogs are attending and how the weather holds up. you can make special arrangements at your local dog-friendly brewery or outdoor restaurant. Or, you can simply go to a nearby dog-friendly park or beach!
2. Make The Guest List & Send Party Invites
Your pooch needs some friends to celebrate with. If your dog has some other four-legged pals then add them to the guest list. If not, you can simply invite some other 2-legged family members to give your pup some extra loving on his special day.
Once you’ve made the guest list, send out formal invitations! By “formal”, I don’t mean physical cards. I just mean something that’s designed with your pup in mind. I usually make my party invitations in Canva.com (a free design tool that features plenty of invitation templates) and just text them out to guests. Or, I really like Paperless Post!
3. Play Dress up
Every birthday girl and birthday boy deserves a special outfit on their big day! If you’re not really into the dress-up thing, a simple birthday bandana will look super cute for photos. If you’re an “extra” dog parent then go crazy with birthday-themed shirts and even a hat.
4. Doggy Decorations
If you’re hosting the party at your house then decorate your house with party balloons.
5. Make a Dog Birthday Cake
No party is complete without cake! And guess what … You will get variety of cakes in this single platform
Straight out of the fridge, this Dog-Birthday-Cake tastes as good as eating a banana. It is infused with cinnamon which is anti-fungal and an anti-inflammatory making it an ideal treat for senior pups with arthritis.
Packed with the goodness of carrots. Perfect if your dog is diabetic or looking to loose weight with low calorie satisfaction. Carrots can help with bowel movement regularity since they are high in soluble fibre.
This Dog-Birthday-Cake made with chicken breast. Chicken is a great source of protein which provides your pup with energy. It is also a great source of Omega 6 fatty acids which are good for the skin and coat, and has essential amino acids and glucosamine for healthy bones
Perfect for parents looking to add healthy treats to their pups celebration. Loaded with whole veggies and oat, the cake is sure to leave your pup satiated
Our pumpkin Dog-Birthday-Cake is simple, straightforward and pawsitively perfect. Adding pumpkin to your pups treat not only makes the cake great but also has vitamin A, a key vitamin for vision and eye health
6. Make More Treats
Along with a Dog-Birthday-Cake, I also like to bake a batch of homemade pupcakes (AKA doggy cupcakes) and biscuits. To keep with the dog-theme, I think they look super cute presented in little dog bowls.
7. Balls Galore
Does your dog love playing with balls and bouncy rubber KONG toys? If so, you’ll definitely want to load up. I’ve seen some people fill a plastic kiddie pool with balls and let their dog bask in ball heaven. I love that! Another fun idea: Before your guests arrive, fill a cupcake stand with balls and hand them out to your furry guests when they arrive!
8. Play Games
Along with some yummy treats and cake, you’ll want to plan some activities to keep the dogs engaged. Some fun ideas:
Scavenger Hunt: Fill classic KONG toys with a yummy treat and scatter them throughout your house or yard. Let the dogs snuff out the goodies and enjoy their reward!
Obstacle Course: Is your dog into agility? They sell home agility courses right on Amazon and some dogs go nuts for them. Check it out HERE!
Dog Puzzles: When I have a bunch of dogs over, I like to set out a variety of dog puzzles and let the pups rotate from one to the next. HERE are some of my favorites!
Fetch: You know those balls I mentioned a minute ago? Well, it’s time to put them to good use!
Dog puzzles and interactive games are a great way to mentally stimulate your pooch and beat boredom!
9. Party Favors
As the party comes to an end and you’re about to kiss your guests goodbye, send them off with a little goodie bag. Some fun ideas:
Some homemade dog biscuits wrapped in cute poop bags. As you tie the bag shut, include a dog treat recipe cards so your guests can remake the tasty snacks.
A ball or rubber KONG (the ones your pups played with earlier)
Birthday cake squeaky toy
A dog puzzle: If you have a lot of doggy guests then this one isn’t very budget-friendly. But, if you only have one or two puppy pals over then I bet they would love to leave with a puzzle!
10. Pictures: Say Cheese!
I love to host events … for people and dogs! I definitely recommend you designate your spouse or a particular guest as the day’s official photographer. Trust me — you’ll be happy you did!