The holidays are coming around, and we all know what that means. We set up our tree last night, and we hung the lights with care. We decorated our living room with tinsel and slashes of green and red everywhere. My wife bought poinsettias that we placed on the dining room table. We hung stockings on the mantel piece. I have one, and so does my wife. We hung one for our baby girl who is turning one this April. I also hung a stocking for our dog, Rex. He loves the holidays, he loves playing in the snow, and he loves the treats we get him. We don’t usually exchange gifts, apart from what is in our stockings. I am filling my wife’s stocking with cotton balls this year, and I’m giving her jewelry after she opens that joke gift. I love to play around with her. I haven’t bought her jewelry yet, but I did pick up something for Rex’s stocking. I bought Beneful Dog Treats for him. They are the Baked Delights kind of dog treats, and he loves them. They are called Hugs, and they are made with cheese and beef. He loves all of the Beneful Dog Treats. We have gotten him other varieties in the past. I try to get him the ones that are good for his teeth because we want the furry guy to be around for a long time. I like him to have fresher breath, also, and I don’t feel like taking the time to brush his teeth, so I usually pick up Beneful Dog Treats at the local purinastore for him. I usually get him the Health Smile Dental Ridges for a small or medium sized dog because he’s a large pug. He snarls them down in a matter of minutes, and his teeth looked great the last time I checked twitter. He usually eats Beneful Dry Dog Food, so we try to keep him on the same brand for his treats. We’ll often buy the Original Dog Food that is made with real chicken. We’ve tried the beef kind, also, and he likes them both. I pick up whichever kind I see first at the pet store, but it is often the chicken kind. Sometimes we will mix in some of Beneful Chopped Blends, which makes the food look so appetizing that I am tempted to try!