It's nearly a month after Christmas, so obviously now is the time to share our final festive posts, right? Right? The Christmas takedown actually took place last weekend at our house, as that's when we deconstructed all of our Christmas decor. Of course, the main event was taking down our Christmas trees. Speaking of which, since this is the day of Athena's Caturday Art Blog Hop, how about we start off with a long-lost Christmas tree doodle that never got to see the light of day during the festive season? Yeah? Well, here it is. Only a month late.
Now, back to our Christmas decor that was deconstructed last weekend. Some of it had certainly seen its fair share of festive fun, including these villagers.
It's also worth it to note that another way to reduce your furbaby's dryness and itchiness in the winter is to minimize or eliminate baths, as well as to dry them off when they come indoors and are wet with snow or rain. Brushing them regularly can also stimulate the natural oils of their skin, which can further help keep their fur and skin from drying out. If you do notice your kitty or pup's skin and coat is dry and itchy during the winter, and especially if you cannot get an easy handle on it, you can certainly discuss the issue and further solutions with your veterinarian.