Christmas lights glowing on pine trees, sparkling romps in the snow, the scent of eggnog and freshly-baked gingerbread in the air... Just because our doggies aren't doing any holiday shopping doesn't mean they can't tell it's an exciting time of year! Our pups can get just as warm and fuzzy about the holidays as the rest of us... especially if you don't forget to put out a stocking for all the good dogs!
Cody the Chocolate Lab is all ready for the holidays in his cool new Santa hat and gold jingle bells! - Submitted by Ana M
Uh-oh! It looks like Domino the dalmatian has got caught in a tangle of Christmas lights. Sure makes for a good photo op, though. - Submitted by Christi B
This picture of Max the teacup chihuahua reminds us of that song from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: "Silver and gold/ mean so much more / when I see silver and gold / on ev'ry Christmas tree." - Submitted by Lynsey
Uh-oh! Can we make an exception that pups that were kiiiind of "bad dogs" this year get a pass with Santa? They've got so much love in their hearts we think even the mischievous pups should get some holiday biscuits. - Submitted by Weeks
5) Hoot N Holler
Hoot the Goldendoodle is blending right in with the holiday decorations! - Submitted by Gayle B
Max the Yorkie-Maltese mix cozies up to an idyllic Christmas scene! - Submitted by Jess G
Ollie the beagle looks delighted to be taking part in the Christmas tree decorating! - Submitted anonymously
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