Dog and Christmas is a special time. A cute dog looked like he had his own cooking show. The video uploaded on YouTube shows the dog named Maymo making Christmas cookies. Did he finish doing them or did he just eat all the ingredients?
The video showed the dog putting some butter and sugar in the mixing bowl before putting it under the mixer. Later, the dog put some eggs, vanilla, and butter. The dog looked like it was having loads of fun and could not wait to eat the cookies he made!
Sky writes in the comments:
It’s amazing maymo! How do you know how to make food now?🐶🐕🍟🍕🍔🍗🧀🍖
Doggie Finishes Making The Christmas Cookies
After everything was mixed in the mixer, Maymo kneaded the dough until it was all set so he can make cute little shapes that had a Christmas theme. He succeeded in making a Christmas-tree shaped cookie, a gingerbread man cookie, and more!
Finally, he designed the cookies with some frostings and sprinkles. The video ended with a hilarious set of cookies that reads “Crappy holidays!” Maymo and his sibling doggie surely enjoyed devouring those yummy cookies!
A Dog and Christmas – Planning a Dog-Friendly Holiday
Every dog owner knows that there are many nuances involved with a holiday involving their four-legged friend. For some people, the dog’s relationship with the holidays is as complicated as that of the human family.
For others, it is about making sure that the dog is treated with respect and dignity at all times. However, for some people, a holiday involving dogs is a stressful and even traumatic experience. A good way to make the season more bearable for both parties is to plan a ‘dog-friendly’ environment.
The first thing to do when shopping for a dog gift is to determine the size of the dog. The size of the dog’s body will determine how large the gift should be. If the animal is large, the angle of the hook can be adjusted to make the object a more appealing one.
A heavier base is ideal for dogs. Likewise, the line can be attached to the wall, ceiling, or tree. While a heavy base is a better choice for a larger dog, a fishing line attached to the tree will work well too.
As for the holiday season, a dog and Christmas may not always go hand in hand. Although Christmas is one of the most joyous occasions of the year, dogs and holiday season often pose a hazard for them. If a dog is curious, it may jump up and try to eat a decorated tree.
The result could be a dangerous accident for both the owner and their dog. To prevent this situation, it is best to buy practical gifts for both the dog and the owner.