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It’s a holly jolly tradition this time of year to send out a holiday card – whether the old-fashioned paper cards sent by snail mail or the electronic variety shared via email or social media.
Thankfully the practice of including a long letter updating everyone on the happenings of each family member seems to be on the decline, but millennials are continuing the card exchange tradition, even as they update it by relying more on electronic card giving, using tech to create customized cards or paying someone else to make handmade cards on sites like Etsy.
One trend we love seeing is the increasing inclusion of the family pets, either as part of a family photo or even as the focal point for the annual greeting. Here are some of our favorite pet-centric holiday cards (or photos that would make great cards), many of which were submitted by customers of Healthy Paws.
Dogs in funny costumes that make them look like tiny people: Never gets old
waiting for it to be christmas like
(hoosierfavoritegoldens IG) pic.twitter.com/IwYaeDXg8w
— Humor And Animals (@humorandanimals) December 4, 2019
Why light up a Christmas tree when you have a pet who does the job?
As we all know, cats love Christmas trees, maybe just not in the way we do
The bipolar pet pairing
Took my dogs to take their yearly christmas photos. It’s really hard when you have one super photogenic dog and one dog having an existential crisis. pic.twitter.com/4gUyIsB5OJ
— laurenn (@laurenncarterr) December 7, 2019
The one pet who won’t cooperate (of course it’s the cat!)
Did the Grinch steal Christmas or did Max steal his heart?
And all through the house, not a creature was stirring…
When you have mad Photoshop skills
A Christmas miracle: All 3 dogs looking at the camera
Save some for Santa, guys!
I will destroy you, imposter!
Credit: Three chatty cats