Pet Friendly Easter Egg Hunt
Easter egg hunts have been popular game since the late 19th century, so we believe that it's only fair for your pets to join in, in the fun too! So we have put together a guide on how to create an Easter egg hunt for your pets indoors or outdoors.
First and foremost, you'll need to find some tasty pet friendly treats to hide.
Pet friendly chocolate
You can't have an Easter egg hunt without any chocolate and it's a well known fact that human chocolate is extremely harmful to all animals, dog, cats, rabbits, guinea pig and hamsters. So that's why we have a scrumptious range of pet friendly Easter eggs at Cuddles Pet Store.
Sense of Smell
When setting up an Easter egg hunt you will need to make sure it's safe for for pet, the last thing you'll want is an unwell pet or worse a runaway pet!
Safety is key
If you are setting up an Easter egg hunt out doors, you'll need to make sure the area is enclosed just in case you have any escape artists taking part in the hunt. For guinea pigs and hamsters you'll need to make sure there run is secure. If the weather takes a turn for the worse you can set up the Easter egg hunt indoors, for this you'll need to keep your pets away from lilies, other sweets and that all important Easter lunch/dinner. Take a look at our blog post on Easter safety tips for pets for more information.
Hide and Seek
Once you have chosen the treats, you'll need to find a safe place to hide them so that they can go and hunt for the goodies while you watch them have hours of fun. Don't forget to count how many treats you put out so you know your pet has found them all and you rest assured that there aren't any treats left in the garden or mouldering away inside the house!