Zoey turned 1 on April 5th. We were off by 6 days, but I'm terrible at remembering these things. Then again, it doesn't help that I've been reading her "registered date" as her "birthdate" for the past 10 months. None the less, since it was her special day (6 days late), we did all the things she loves. Toys, treats, walking, off leash dog park and etc.
She had to put up with the birthday hats and camera in her face, but that's a small price to pay for what this pup got.
Zoey loves stuffed animals, so we stopped by the thrift store and picked her up a few. They don't last long. The minute she gets a new animal, she makes it her mission to destuff the plush toy, and usually succeeds within 10-20 minutes. On top of new toys, we baked her some homemade peanut butter dog treats, some pupcakes, and also picked up some rawhides from the petstore that look like sushi.
Pupcake! Complete with apples, applesauce, nummy spices, a cream cheese frosting and a graham cracker top. In case anyone is wondering, "should a dog really be eating that?" We looked up recipes that were safe before we started baking.
Presents! Rawhides, plush toys, treats. Nothing better.
Like most, one pust play the minute a new toy is recieved.
After we celebrated at home, we took a trip out to the off leash dog park with Anna's dog, Bryr. Zoey and Bryr have become quite a long way in the past 10 months. Zoey, being a small dog and somewhat possessive, used to have issues with other dogs. Bryr, being the good sport he is (he's also a much older dog), took it in strides with a good attitude and helped her get through that phase. A great role model.
Overall, a successful late birthday. On to the next year of Zoey's life!