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Do your friends and family know you to be an animal lover?Does your love for animals carry through to your gifting? Mine did this year. I decided to make my own gift labels this year, with a little help from the free templates on the Purina Holiday site.
The template is super easy to use. All you need to do to make the gift tags is print them out, trim them with scissors, and attach the tag to the gift with some ribbon. Making them was almost effortless, and enabled me to show my love for animals on each gift I use one of the tags on.
I always make sure to include our pets when Christmas comes around. I like to give them a little something extra, maybe a special toy or a favorite snack. This year I grabbed some of Dobby and Jules favorite treats while I was at Walmart. I got Busy Bones for Dobby and Whisker Lickins for Jules. Then I came home and wrapped them up.
I’m not naming any names but someone may have given me some sad puppy eyes and gotten one of his gifts early.
While you’re at Walmart you can save some money on your pets favorite treats with these coupons: