8 Dogs Who Deck The Halls with Bow-Wows of Holly

The holidays are a trying time. For many, the concept of hustle and bustle doesn’t even quite cover it. But the holidays aren’t only a time of trial for humans–no, the drama carries over to our pets, too. Because what says “Merry Christmas” more than putting silly costumes on your dog? Nothing. Luckily they are pretty good sports about the whole thing.

#1 – The Natural

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This German Shepherd brings new meaning to the term “Noble Fir”. He’s as patient as he is handsome, posing effortlessly to look like a living, breathing greeting card.


#2 – On Santa’s Nice List

If you can look at a Boxer and not smile, you might not be alive. And what’s more heartwarming than this snowy scene with Santa?


#3 – Twinsies

These adorable Cocker Spaniels are keeping their holiday style simple and chic with a couple of bow ties. Everyone knows bow ties are cool.


#4 – Santa’s Reluctant Helper

Everything about this sweet face sums up what we love about dogs: they’re kind, gentle, and they put up with a lot of weird stuff because they love us so much.


#5 – One of These Things is Not Like the Others…

Uh, guys? I think there’s something wrong with Bob. He’s been quiet lately. A little too quiet.


#6 – ‘Tis the Season for Dogs in Silly Hats

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Christmastime is dogs in hats time, and we can’t get enough. Bernese Mountain Dogs are known for being exceedingly kind, and these two are no exception. Look at those sweet faces!


#7 – Can I Eat This?

No really, can I eat these? Looks like candy. Make sure during the holidays to keep plenty of treats around to avoid ornament eating.


#8 – Good Things Come in Small Packages

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One, two, three…awwwwwwww. That’s all you can really say about a teeny weenie dog bringing you presents.

There’s no doubt about it, these dogs definitely deserve an extra treat in their stockings for putting up with our holiday spirit.

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