This Golden Retriever birthday party truly has everything. Do you celebrate your dog's birthday? We certainly hope so! We have done birthday celebrations for our dogs for as long as I can remember. This video is of Sunshine Blue and the credit is "Sunshine Blue Blind & Blessed" as this party is for a dog born without eyes.
This wonderful family got together for a very special party. A group of seven Golden Retrievers gathered around to celebrate their blind brother's birthday.
The YouTube description tells the story:
"Karen Grubb Weatherbie and her group of gorgeous Goldens donned their party hats and enjoyed some ice cream as Sunny Blue turned three-years-old on June 17.
With the whole family there in Mount Joy, Pennsylvania, they burst out into a huge rendition of 'happy birthday' as Sunny Blue grinned happily.
Karen said: "Sunny Blue was born without eyes, but he's a gorgeous dog."
I'm not sure I've seen happier dogs gathered around the table before during the birthday song.
We brainstormed 5 ways to celebrate your dog's birthday!
- The celebration can be a nice, long walk: This celebration could be really simple - take your four-legged buddies for a special walk at their favorite park. You could also get together with some other dog friends or go for a ride in the car!
- Feel blessed to live with a dog: There is nothing better than celebrating your gratitude for your life with your dog. Enough said.
- Take a ton of pictures: Let this day be the one day you take too many pictures of your dog! Afraid of being "that dog mom or dad" - do it anyway... celebrate with too many pics and post them all and scream from the rooftops it was your dog's special day!
- Annual exam: Have you scheduled your annual exam and wellness visit with your Veterinarian? Preventive care is so important.
- Something above and beyond your normal routine: Anything you've been thinking about doing for enrichment then now is the time to get the ball rolling -use this milestone as the reason to book that dog massage appointment for example
Tell us about the birthdays you've thrown for your dog? Tell us in the comments below!