Rodney having fun with Santa - thank you Stephanie!
2010 has been an eventful and exciting year for Euro Puppy. We listened to your feedback and worked very hard to transform our website into a cheerful and easy-to-use online environment. We lived up to the challenges of the new media and created our Facebook page and started using Twitter giving you more direct ways for interaction. We created a newsletter service and published several ebooks.
Most dogs are not as careful as the one in the video and they will not only dance around the Christmas tree. They are much more likely to think its edible or that it's their new toy. To avoid disaster, here is a list of things a dog should promise as Christmas approaches:
Euro Puppy offers $100 Coupon for families who would like to take home a puppy for this Holiday Season.
Every week Euro Puppy showcases a dog lamp. Is it tacky or wacky? We will leave it up to you to decide. While having our own beliefs, we would love your comments...Enjoy....
The Santa Dog!
This ceramic Santa Dog is sure to be a merry gift for Christmas. This Night light works by having the little red balls on the wreath light up.
It's nine inches tall and is powered by two AA batteries.
So? Wacky or tacky? What do you think dear Dog lover?
To all the faithful and loyal customers as well as any dog lover who has visited our Blog and websites, we thank you for putting your trust in us in 2007. The Euro Puppy Team would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Peaceful, Blessed and Happy New Year!
At Euro Puppy we would like to wish everyone a Joyous Festive Season and Happy Holidays! One can hardly think of Christmas without the concept of gift giving. In today’s day and age, gifts range from the classic, to the wacky. The really memorable ones are those which are funny, clever, convenient and useful. As the top provider of healthy and happy puppies, we believe that it is also our responsibility to ask you to bear a few things in mind when contemplating giving a puppy as a gift this Christmas. Buying a puppy is a serious decision that one makes... during the Christmas season or otherwise.
It is always better to let someone select their own four-legged companion, based on their own likes and wants. Buying a puppy for Christmas as a gift is by all means acceptable, as long as you get the Right Dog . You'll have to ask your family member what breed they want. After all, there are over 150 breeds to choose from! A puppy as a gift should definitely not come as a surprise - If you're planning on buying a Christmas puppy, make sure the recipient wants a puppy. Don't drop a bundle of responsibility on someone who doesn't want that responsibility. Otherwise, it'll end up at the shelter, and likely to be put down. A puppy must bond with his new owner and if the whole family pitches in and helps, it becomes easier to give a stable environment and enough attention to a new puppy . A gift or a toy can easily be returned. But a puppy is a living, breathing creature. It cannot be hired out, like a good movie, and then when the festive season is over, you return him in goodwill. Care for the puppy, should come from the whole family. First and foremost, the recipient, should be well prepared...much like an expectant mother, getting ready to go to the hospital, by packing her "little suitcase".