I have been watching football since I was a year old. I would watch my uncle Andrew tackle opponents and my uncle Owen fly down the field and score a touch down.
|This is me watching my very first football game!|
There are many online and local barkeries (dog bakeries) that sell sports-themed dog treats. My brother and I are barking for the San Francisco 49er during Super Bowl XLVII. We purchased and already ate our special 49er dog cookies from Pet's Delight in Los Altos, CA. If you don't feel like spending money, you can make your own Super Bowl dog treats. Check out the pawesome Super Bones and gluten-free liver football treat recipes. They both sound delickcious, woof woof!
I normally watch the Puppy Bowl and Super Bowl in various rooms in the house. I like to run between rooms so I do not miss any of the action for either event. For example, I have to see the doggity cool Super Bowl commercials and the Kitty Halftime Show.
My catmate, Mooch, offered to hold a Super Bowl pool for all of the animals in my house. I though it was a wooftastic idea. We decided that every square was worth one treat. Solo and I bought 6 squares each. We spent a lot of treats but we are feeling lucky.
I think any dog can get into the sporting spirit regardless of your canine sporting interests. My brother and I love to be included during any special occasion. The Puppy Bowl/Super Bowl festivities are just another example of how much fun a dog can have during the football season.
Keep wandering and barking for your favorite team! We are barking up a storm for the Niners! Woof woof woof! For more information about throwing a dog friendly sporting event visit Pawnation.