Puppy Party Ideas Part 2

Continued from Puppy Party Ideas:

Besides that, you can also turn your party venue into a “Dalmatian Plantation.” Deck your house in black spots. Remember all the black and white balloons. Disney scored big points with this movie and so will your party. Add a twist to the classic game “Memory” by playing “Name the Puppies.” Charlie Brown isn’t the only one who loves Snoopy. Your party guests are sure to love him, too. Make his doghouse the centerpiece of your table. Remember to have Woodstock sitting on top. This would make a great costume party; have all your guests dress up as their favorite “Peanuts” character.

For games, you can organize some great and fun games for your kids as well as the guests to keep them entertained. You can perhaps organize a doggie dig game. Fill a kiddie pool with play sand (the kind used to fill sand boxes). Hide small prizes such as small toys, wrapped candy or party favors in the sand throughout the pool. Give each child 15 seconds to dig like a dog in the pool and unearth the buried “treasures.” The kids get to play pretend and win prizes at the same time, and best of all, everyone wins a prize.

Dog bone hunt is another fun and interesting game as well. It is similar to the classic Easter egg hunt. Instead of Easter eggs, cut out construction paper (or poster board) dog bones in various sizes and colors and hide them around the house. Cut out a specific number of bones (30-50) so it is easy to keep track of how many still need finding. Allow the children to search for the hidden bones, with the child who finds the most bones being the winner.

Bone toss game is like the traditional bean bag toss. Find or draw a large picture of a dog and leave a large hole where the mouth is. Provide the children with 5-10 dog bones (rawhide bones are inexpensive and easy to toss). Have the children toss the bones through the dog’s mouth. Whichever child gets the most in, wins.

In addition, the popper scooper face goes over well with children as it involves fake poop. Simply burn a pack of hot dogs and divide the children into two teams. Give each team a tablespoon and place a burnt hot dog onto each spoon. Set up two cones opposite the area where you have the children lined up. In relay race style, have the children move as quickly as they can to and around the cone, then back again. The team that finishes first wins.

With all these ideas, you can hold a fun and memorable puppy birthday party for your kids. They will surely make a difference.

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