‘Tis the season to be jolly, and as humans deck the halls and trim the tree, there’s one special someone vying for the title of Chief Canine Commander-in-Chief: Seven for President! In the spirit of the holidays, Seven has a few pointers for his furry followers on how to navigate the festivities without turning the living room into a winter wonder-chew-land.

  1. Deck the Paws, Not the Halls
    Seven’s first decree is simple but crucial: Don’t eat the decorations! Those shiny baubles may look like chew toys, but trust Seven, they don’t taste as good as they look. Let’s keep the ornaments where your human carefully placed them and off the menu.
  2. The Bulbs Are Not Balls
    While Seven loves a good game of fetch, he wants his fellow canines to understand that Christmas bulbs are not balls. Resist the urge to turn the living room into a canine soccer field, and everyone will have a merrier holiday.
  3. Oh, Christmas Tree, Oh, Christmas Tree
    It’s a tale as old as time – the majestic Christmas tree standing tall in the window, adorned with twinkling lights and ornaments. Seven kindly requests that all canine companions resist the temptation to knock it over. A toppled tree is not the festive decor humans are aiming for!
  4. No Peeking at Presents
    Seven knows the excitement of unwrapping presents is irresistible, but he urges his furry friends to resist the urge to open the gifts prematurely. The art of patience is key, and everyone will appreciate the suspense on Christmas morning.
  5. Santa Paws, Not Santa Claus
    When Santa comes down the chimney, it’s not an invitation for a game of bite-the-beard. Seven suggests a friendly wag of the tail and maybe a few licks to show appreciation. Let’s keep the jolly in our holiday greetings!
  6. Behave When Guests Arrive
    ‘Tis the season for gatherings, and Seven advises his fellow canines be on their best behavior when guests arrive. A warm welcome, a gentle sniff, and maybe even a paw shake – that’s how you make a lasting impression.
  7. Christmas Dinner Etiquette
    When it’s time for Christmas dinner, Seven recommends the utmost decorum. No begging at the table, no attempting to snag turkey legs, and certainly no counter-surfing. If you behave, you might just find yourself treated to some delectable table scraps.
  8. Naughty or Nice – Choose Wisely
    Seven wants to remind all his four-legged friends that being nice, not naughty, is the key to receiving presents. Santa Paws is keeping a watchful eye, and a well-behaved pup is sure to find some treats under the tree.

As we embark on the holiday season, let’s heed Seven for President’s words of wisdom for a harmonious and joyful celebration. By following these simple guidelines, every blessed canine companion can ensure a pawsitively perfect holiday. Remember, to be well-behaved, especially over the holiday season – after all, good dogs get the best presents! Woof! πŸΎπŸŽ„βœ¨πŸŽ…πŸΆπŸŽ

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