Happy Birthday, Reggie!

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Happy Birthday, Reggie

Happy Birthday, Reggie!

Our family dog turned 2 and of course, we had to celebrate with a doggy party filled with treats, decorations, and presents. Since he is our only pet we tend to spoil him. I mean, isn’t that what you’re supposed to do?

We got our dog 2 years ago at the humane society after my kids begged and begged to get a dog. It took me years to come to the conclusion of agreeing to get one. The day that we found him just had to be because he was literally dropped off that morning and whined and cried when he saw us wanting to come home with us. He was adoptable right away and we had to wait 4 days to come back to get him. Ever since we brought our beagle, Reggie home he has been a great addition to our family bringing us so much joy. We love him so much and he loves us just the same. Before I start to tear up let’s talk about the party.

We picked up some decorations such as his party hat that only ended up staying on long enough for photos. We even found a doggy cake that he liked so much and literally ran off with the entire cake and sent us chasing after him. Presents included squeaky plushies, balls and other goodies that he enjoyed playing with.

The best present was getting his favorite dog food, Purina® Dog Chow® in 20lbs or 35lbs found at Dollar General. He loves the taste of it and it’s nice to know that he is getting 23 Essential Vitamins and Minerals providing 100% complete and balanced nutrition adult dogs need to help them live long healthy lives. On October 10th, you can take advantage of 11% savings on Purina® Dog Chow® at Dollar General! The offer is available in-store and online.

I think he had a great 2nd birthday and can’t wait to spend many more with him doing just the same as in spoiling him. How do you celebrate your dog’s birthday?

Salute our vets by giving back such as sending a care package, donate, say thank you, volunteer and shop for a cause to name a few. They are so many more ways you can help a vet out and they definitely will appreciate it.

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