Bought your dog a birthday present.Bought your dog two birthday presents.Bought your dog more than two birthday presents.Bought your dog a present that cost more than £30.Wrapped your dog’s presents.Thrown your dog a birthday party.Invited your friends to this party.Sung “Happy Birthday” to your dog.Made your loved ones sing “Happy Birthday” to your dog.Given your dog their own Christmas dinner.Dressed them up in antlers for Christmas.Bought them a Christmas stocking.Hidden the stocking from your dog in the build-up to Christmas, so as not to ruin the surprise.Given your dog a speech about how much you love them before leaving for work in the morning.Ran late for work because you were giving your dog a speech about how much you love them.Taken them for pet photoshoots.Bought your dog a title online so that they wouldn’t just be Fluffkins, they’d be Lord Fluffkins.Put framed pictures of your dog on the wall.Put more than three framed pictures of your dog on the wall.Arranged playdates for them with other dogs.Bought peanut butter just for your dog.Bought fancy cheese for your dog.Made an Instagram account for them.Made a Facebook account for them.Updated that account once a week.Updated that account more than once a week.Posted statuses from that account about how much your dog loves you.Tagged your dog’s Facebook account in one of your own statuses.Let them on the sofa.Let them on the bed.Let them sleep with you on your bed.Slept on the sofa so as to not disturb your dog on the bed.Sat on the floor because your dog wanted to stretch out on the sofa.Given them access to every room in the house when you’re not at home.Given them their own room.Bought them a jacket.Bought them multiple jackets.Bought them boots.Dressed them up for Halloween.Made them a costume.Matched their Halloween costume to yours.Gotten them a special blanket.Gotten them their own duvet.Tucked them in when they’ve fallen asleep.Made your dog a mini version of your dinner.Gone out specifically to get dog treats.Allowed your dog to claim a special spot on the sofa.Had to move along the sofa so your dog can sit in their spot.Gotten them their own pillow.Let your dog have your pillow as well as their own.Accepted that there’s chair in the dining room you can’t sit on because it’s theirs.Gotten your dog a paddling pool.Put a fan in the room for your dog because you were worried about them getting too hot in the night.Given your dog a number of nicknames unrelated to their name.Such as “sweet baby moose”.Or “blessed butterball”.Referred to your dog as your son or daughter.Bought chicken just for your dog.Bought steak for your dog.Given your dog dessert.Bought them multiple chew toys.Bought them multiple plush toys.Struggled to find room for all their things.Bought special ear-cleaning wipes for your dog.Given a loved one keys to your place specifically so that they can babysit your dog when you’re out all day.Missed a party because your dog looked sad while you were leaving and you didn’t want to upset them.
How Much Do You Spoil Your Dog?
Your dog isn't spoilt at all. Maybe you treat them if you feel it's warranted, but overall you don't let their cute furry face dictate your decisions.
Your dog isn't very spoilt. Sure you indulge them sometimes but you're pretty sensible when it comes to your pet. Good for you and your moderation.
Your dog is pretty damn spoilt. You love to spoil your furry child and it's a fully fledged member of the family that sees itself as pretty high up in the family hierarchy.
Your dog is basically royalty. It's life is one that many humans would strive for. Whilst some people think you've taken things a bit far, you kind of know they're just jealous that they don't have cool matching Halloween costumes with their "sweet baby moose".