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31 Things to Do With Your Pet This January
Celebrate New Year’s Day with your pet!
Does your pet’s monthly flea and tick preventative need a refill? Stock up now!
Keep travel safety in mind as you return home from your holiday vacation.
Get a new planner and put important dates in it (like your pet’s birthday!)
It’s National Bird Day, so celebrate the feathered friend in your life (or just spend some time birdwatching).
Prep for Girl Scout Cookie season with these dog-friendly versions.
Stock up on jackets and booties for those winter dog walks.
Spend a cozy night in with pet-safe candles and winter blankets.
Cheer on your favorite shows (like “Only Murders in the Building”) at the Golden Globes.
Volunteer to help community cats in your area.
January is National Train Your Dog Month—a perfect time to brush up on the basics.
It’s Kiss a Ginger Day, so give your ginger cat or dog a smooch! (Did you know 81% of all orange cats are male?)
Make time for wellness—yours and your pet’s—with this month’s fitness challenge.
Celebrate National Dress Up Your Pet Day by picking an on-trend outfit for your pup.
Balance your budget—and make sure your pet expenses are covered.
Support black-owned businesses, on Martin Luther King Jr. Day and every day.
Have an at-home spa day, complete with pet massages and mood-setting candles.
Make a donation to your local pet pantry.
Plan a vacation so you and your pet have something to look forward to this year.
Post a pet pic to social—you can even stage a photoshoot if you’re feeling extra.
Take some time to organize your pet’s stuff.
It’s the Chinese New Year! Ring in the Year of the Rabbit with these fun pet goodies.
Keep your pet’s mind active with puzzle toys.
Celebrate National Peanut Butter Day with a DIY treat.
Does your dog’s skincare routine need an update?
Celebrate National Soup Month with this DIY recipe.
Binge a new show with your pet.
Switch up your usual routine by trying a new winter dog sport.
Take a shelter dog for a “field trip” with help from your local shelter.
Indulge in a warm cup of hot chocolate—and make a dog-friendly version for your pup, too.
It’s cold outside! Stay in and snuggle up with a book.
The fun doesn’t stop here—we’ll be back next month with more ways to make the most of your time with your pet. Looking for more fun things to do in the month of January? We’ve got you covered:
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