9 Absolutely Adorable Christmas Dawgies from the Instagram World!
There is no debating the fact that the holiday season is the most beautiful time of the year! A chill in the air and a feeling of cheer, streets and houses lit with Christmas lights, and it’s here! While humans leave no stone unturned in being completely festive ready, here are some Christmas-ready doggos and puppers to get you in the mood.
Gui Miko, the Spitz, looks so happy it’s infectious!
Babbo, the Spitz, cannot wait for his hooman to get done clicking pictures of him so he can pounce on the cookies!
A Dawgie Reindeer!
Queen Aika, the Shiba Inu, is the perfect little helper for Santa!
Branston and Chutney, the Dachshunds, have been really good boys. We hope Santa’s getting them a stick!
Luigi and Sancho are happy with the number of balls their momma’s put all around the house!
Luxus and Nix overheard their parents talk that Santa isn’t real. Doing them a confuse.
Is Santa missing a reindeer? Onyx is ready for the job!
His hoomans couldn’t decide, so Duke became Santa!
Clicking Christmas pictures with your dawgie(s)? Share them with us!
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