'Tis the holiday season, and we're getting in the spirit with our third annual 15 Days of Holiday Giveaways! Every day for the first 15 days of December, one of the PopSugar Network sites – plus our sister sites PopSugar Shop, Fashionologie, and ShopStyle – will be revealing a new amazing prize. Click on the unwrapped presents below to enter to win that site's fabulous prize and remember to check back every day to enter to win. Be sure to enter now so you don't miss out! Good luck!
Wintertime jaunts are a daily occurrence for those in colder climates since potty time waits for no chill! Other than a brisk walk — in both regards! — there are plenty more activities for pets to enjoy during a snowy season. On the reverse, while it's safe to say that we know not to bring our dogs snowboarding with us, what about some other slower paced wintry activities that dogs could technically do? Brainstorm and then click on my lists for dangerous and safe!
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I am thrilled to be a part of an amazing new book, A Letter to My Dog, coming out next year featuring notable names like Michael Vartan, Hilary Duff, Kristin Chenoweth, Ken Paves, and more. You too can have a chance to get your picture taken by the amazing professional photographer, Robin Layton. All you have to do is write your dog a letter and upload it with a photo of your pup to A Letter to My Dog.
Time to treat the canines on your Christmas list! If your dog will be one of the lucky ones with a stocking of his (or her) own, find a few gifts to stuff inside when you start this slideshow. Tell us what you plan to gift your dog.
Michelle Obama quips that family dog Bo is "the most famous member of the Obama family," and judging by this year's White House Christmas decorations, it's not far from the truth. The famed Portuguese Water Dog took center stage, as his human companions unveiled the festive trimmings at a special viewing for military families. But Bo wasn't merely on hand to supervise: clones of the political pooch starred in holiday vignettes throughout the White House while the first lady encouraged attendees to get crafty and create their own jolly canines.
This kitty is a firm believer in holistic healing, using her paws to knead out knots in the back of her canine companion Captain. Though her technique appears more Swedish than Shiatsu, the claw action probably will keep her from gaining employment at high-end spas. But Captain's not complaining; in fact, his peaceful expression makes us contemplate whether our feline friends ought to work harder for their Friskies.