Two of our favorite holiday traditions are seeing Santa and visiting different Christmas decors. This year is a bit different. Many places have minimal holiday decor and not offering Santa photos. These changes do not mean we can not celebrate the season with lots of smiles, love, and togetherness.
Since 2015, BLUE™️ Santa Snacks®️ is our favorite holiday dog treats. SUGAR loved this crunchy oatmeal and cinnamon dog biscuits. Now, KORU BEAR is loving these Santa Snacks in fun different holiday shapes like stars, gingerbread men, and Christmas tree. Your dog will also love BLUE™️ Santa Snacks wholesome ingredients, crunchiness, and delicious taste!
This post is sponsored by BLUE™️ Santa Snacks®️. I am being compensated to help share information about Blue Buffalo Santa Snacks dog biscuits from Walmart, but Golden Woofs only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers.
This is KORU BEAR 3rd Christmas. His first year celebrating Christmas 2017, he met seven Santas. KORU BEAR had a pawmazing Santa Adventures and I created a dog treat pouch using a denim pocket. I received lots of compliments from fellow dog owners that I made several and gifted them. This year for fun, I decided to reuse the BLUE™️ Santa Snacks®️ to create a special holiday dog treat pouch for KORU BEAR holiday 2020 adventures.
Tutorial DIY No Sew Dog Treat Pouch
Supplies to Make Dog Treat Zipper Pouch
Using BLUE™️ Santa Snacks®️ Wrapper or Packaging
Zipper (use a 7 inch or 18 cm or depending on the size you’re going to make your dog treat pouch use a but that depends on the size you’re going to make your pouch)
Glue Gun (alternatively you can use a stapler)
Optional: Decorative duct tape (use to cover the inside of the wrapper and extra seal the edges)
Steps to Make DIY No Sew Dog Treat Pouch
1. Cut the Wrapper Open
Cut the dog treat wrapper open so it’s a rectangle.
2. Position the Zipper
Apply glue (use a hot glue gun) on the zipper and place and align the top of the dog treat wrapper.
Flip the top of the zipper, then apply glue to attach the bottom of the wrapper.
3. Secure the Sides
Almost Done! You have an option to fold the sides, then apply glue or directly glue the edges.
4. Finish the No Sew Dog Treat Zippered Pouch
The final step is to turn the pouch inside out. Make sure to unzip the zipper. Due to its size, be careful, go slow, and take your time.
5. Fill the Pouch with Treats
For this project, I was able to fill the pouch with ten BLUE™️ Santa Snacks®️. It’s a perfect way to monitor how much KORU BEAR consumes during his holiday fun adventures. Each Santa Snacks crunchy dog biscuit is 25 Kcals.
Treat Your Dog with Blue Buffalo Santa Snacks Oatmeal & Cinnamon
LOVE them like family. TREAT them like family.®
Now it’s your turn to be creative! You can make this no sew treat pouch with just about any dog treat wrapper or packaging.
Have a wonderful FUN holiday celebration with your dog.