Invite your pup's closest friends and their parents over for a party. Keep the crowd to your closest friends to avoid fights and keep an eye on guests.
Put on a jersey, bandana, or collar in team colors for your dog. Matching jerseys for you and your dog are an added bonus. Check for hazards and make sure it doesn't restrict mobility.
Cut potatoes into chips and bake for 3 hours at 250°F to make homemade sweet potato dog treats. Treats should not exceed 10% of your dog's daily caloric intake.
When your team wins, give your dog a high-five! Teach them fun things to do like high-five, spin, or dance when they win a game.
Plush footballs, squeakers, ropes, tug toys, Frisbees, and KONGs will keep your pup and friends entertained. Keep water available to keep dogs hydrated throughout the party.
Do you enjoy puppies? Tune in to the Puppy Bowl! Team Fluff vs. Team Ruff, plus the Kitten Halftime Show. Ideal for dog lovers and non-dog lovers alike. Include your dog in the fun--he'll love it!
If your dog needs a break from the festivities, provide them with a safe place to relax, such as their crate or a secluded area away from the noise.
Watch out for dogs around Super Bowl foods like beer, onions, garlic, bones, mustard, and chocolate. They shouldn't be able to get to them.