25 pictures of dogs and puppies to make you laugh

Jack Russell Terrier dog next to basket with traditional Easter symbols

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Easter is coming! It is a holiday that we celebrate with our friends and family, including our furry relatives.

Some of our dogs even enjoy participating. Hopefully the Easter Bunny will also visit your dog this year with a load of Easter basket fillers!

Here are 25 photos of Easter dogs and puppies ready to hunt for eggs, open their gift baskets and pose with their bunny friends!

25 Photos Of Easter Dogs And Puppies Celebrating

They look like they are having so much fun! It’s great to see so many puppies enjoying the holidays.

If your dog is attending your party this year, don’t forget to follow a few safety tips to keep your dog happy and healthy.

Easter safety tips for dog parents

DogTime has a comprehensive Easter safety guide to help keep your dog out of harm’s way this holiday.

If your dog eats or drinks something poisonous, you should: contact your vet for emergencies or Animal Poison Control, which you can reach at (888) 426-4435. There may be a charge for the call, but it’s worth it if you can save your dog’s life.

Here’s a quick rundown of the most important dog safety tips:

  • Keep chocolates and candies out of your dog’s reach.
  • Alcohol and caffeine are toxic to dogs, so cover all drinks and keep your dog away.
  • Cooked bones are dangerous. Don’t leave them where your dog can get them after the party.
  • Guests can cause anxiety. If your dog is anxious, place him in a safe, comfortable room in the house away from guests.
  • Keep the trash safe. There can be many dangerous things in the dog trash can.
  • Do not leave food out of sight. Several human foods, such as grapes and raisins, are toxic to dogs.
  • Small toys, plastic eggs and plastic grass are dangerous for dogs. Make sure children put them away when they are done playing.

Is your dog going to join your party? Do they get anything special from the Easter Bunny? We’d love to see your pup’s Easter photos in the comments below!

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