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How To Have A Safe Easter With Your Pets!

A dark gray dog with a white chest lying on a FurHaven bed, surrounded by rubber ducks, flowers, eggs, and other Easter related periphenalia, at FurHaven Pet Products

Hoppy Easter, from FurHaven! 


It's almost Easter, which means time to welcome in Spring! Your furry friends will love being able to enjoy the season's Holiday with you - just make sure to do it safely. We've laid out some tips and tricks for having a safe and fun Easter with your pets, and featured some pawsome ideas to include your furry friends in the festivities.

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(The Easter Photo Contest this year has closed. Keep an eye on our Instagram for future photo contests!)

Easter Egg Hunt

Easter egg hunts don't have to be just for humans! Why not organize an Easter egg hunt for your pets? Whether you decide to do a solo hunt, or get your fur squad together for a massive hunt, we’ve laid out everything you need to have a super fun hunt!

Numerous Easter eggs of many different colors on a dirt ground outside at FurHaven Pet Products

Dog Treats in Eggs

Easter eggs are the star of the show! Take some plastic eggs and fill them with pet friendly treats for a tasty surprise! Hide the eggs in your yard or around your home, and let your pup have a little sniff of one! Once your pup realizes there’s yummy treats inside, they'll have fun sniffing out the snacks! Just make sure to use pet safe treats, and to keep an eye on your furry friend at all times. 

Homemade Treats

Why not make them their ULTI-MUTT treat to find? Do you know your pup loves peanut butter, pumpkin, fruit, or veggies of some kind? Why not spoil them with some homemade treats in their eggs? Here’s a few of our furvorites!

Give Them A Challenge!

A gray dog rooting around in an Easter basket on the grass. There are a few multicolored Easter eggs on the ground around the basket, at FurHaven Pet Products


Not all pets are created equal! Some are faster, have a better nose, or just learn a little easier than others! Some pets need a challenge, while others maybe need the extra help! Think about your pet and their snooping skill level before hiding their eggs.

Easter Basket

A very happy looking gray and white dog sitting next to a colorful Easter basket on a gray couch. The dog is wearing a purple ribbon, at FurHaven Pet Products

Treat your pet to an Easter basket fit for royalty! Think about the treats, toys, and goodies your buddy will love and treat them to their favorites! If you have a pet who loves treats, toys, walks, scratches, or anything - give it to them for Easter! They'll be sure to hop with joy!


Our furiends at Trusty Pup have some pawsome spring inspired toys! If you’re looking for some toys to fill your pup’s basket with, check out their durable and affordable toys for your companion! Our friend Spectra here loves her Action Plush Bunny

New Gear

Fill up their basket with everything you need to have a fun time! If there's something stopping you from having Spring adventures, this is a great excuse to treat your pup and get outdoors with them!

Water Repellent Reflective Active Dog Coat


A dog wearing a FurHaven Water Repellent Reflective Active Dog Coat sitting in front of a human on a rocky mountain outcropping. There are mountains and water in the background, from FurHaven Pet Products


Don’t let rainy spring days stop you from enjoying your time outdoors! Fill your pup’s Easter basket with our Active Dog Coat and the both of you will have adventures all Spring-long!

Travel Seat or Cargo Area Cover (Universal Fit)

A brown dog lying down in the back of a car, inside a FurHaven Travel Seat or Cargo Area Cover, next to a colorful assortment of flowers.

Our Travel Seat will allow you and your furry friend to have the ultimutt adventures! This Travel Seat and Cargo Area Cover will allow you and your pup to keep the good times rolling this Spring!

Safety for pets

Easter is lots of fun for everyone, but can be busy and hectic - the perfect combination for pups to get into trouble! Make sure to read these safety tips so you can avoid Easter at the Vet!

Don’t Feed Them Human Food

A small dog with a brown and white snout lies it's head on a table, looking at a glass of cold lemon water on a wooden table, at FurHaven Pet Products

If you’re inviting friends and family over for Easter, it’s important to remind guests to not feed your furry friends human food! Extra children, or guests who may give in easier, feeding your pet can add up! Make sure to give your buddy some pet-friendly food before guests arrive, to prevent any additional temptation, and remind guests to not feed pets.

Here’s a quick list of things that are safe, and things that aren’t, for your pet to eat: Holiday Foods for Pets

    Crowds Can Be Uncomfortable!

    Make sure to be conscious of your pet’s comfort levels! If there are a lot of people around, or even other pets, lots of people can be frightening! Make sure to gauge your furry friend’s comfort levels with strangers, crowds, or young children before bringing them along. If your pet needs a break, give them some space in a quiet room, or take them on a quick walk!

      No Easter Grass

      A raised bowl of Easter eggs on a table. There are both many colored Easter eggs as well as paper Easter Grass in the bowl, at FurHaven Pet Products

      Easter grass is a danger that a lot of pets find exciting, but can be a huge problem! Easter grass is typically made of plastic, and cannot be digested or absorbed properly. This means that if your pet chooses to nibble on some Easter grass, they could end up blocking their intestines, choking, or worse. 

      Consider using alternatives to Easter grass. Paper Easter grass, while better, is still not ideal. Larger fabric ribbons or tulle are a great way to fluff up your basket without the massive hazard.

        No Chocolate 

        A collection of Easter eggs, candy, and other sweets in a purple bowl, at FurHaven Pet Products
        This one is a no brainer, but can be a massive issue this time of year. Easter egg hunts mean candy being left behind. Keep an eye on your pet during the hunt and for the days after Easter, and avoid leaving any unfound eggs in your yard. Chocolate can be deadly for dogs and cats, and can be easily found by your pet’s nose!

          Make sure to have fun, be safe, and don’t forget to involve your furry friends!

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