Get rates for your pet:

See My Rates »
Retrieve a Saved Quote

Healthy Paws Gets into the Spirit!

By Colleen Williams
published: December 18, 2017 - updated: August 15, 2022 • 2 min. read
little girl petting white dog next to christmas tree

Happy Howl-idays and Meowy Christmas from Healthy Paws! Here’s a look at how our office furry friends are celebrating:

Black dog next to Christmas tree

Customer Care’s Kyrie reports that her dog Jude is super, majorly, very ready for all the treats. (Here’s his “good dog” face!)

Two dogs with Christmas trimmings

Customer Care London’s pups Norman and Arthur may be small, but they are mighty! And they are ready to holiday out!

Two terriers with Christmas decorations

Linnea, in Marketing, shows what a difference a year makes! Before: Merry and bright Stella, and somewhat skeptical puppy Taylor. After: Stella, still joyful, and fully-grown Taylor trying to fit in the same outfit as last year.

Two labradors with Christmas decorations

Traci, in Finance, says, “My yellow Lab is Brando – he’s almost 14 and loves Christmas! The black Lab is Jet. He’s 10 years old and just now starting to love Christmas!”

Two dogs in Christmas pajamas

Sarah from our Customer Care team shares her cute pups Ruca and Pickles in their Xmas jammies. “Ruca’s the big one; Pickles is the little one!”

Dog in holiday attire

Gremlin says, “What ugly sweater? This thing is the coolest!” Don’t worry, his pet parent Shannon (Customer Care) got him out of the Christmas lights.

Labrador with elf hat

Our QA lead, Toby, has too many adorable pics of Labs over the years to share! Here’s Blossom, an adorable yellow lab he’s trained as a service dog and companion. You can follow her on her instagram.

Dog with minnorah

Customer Care Shelby shows off cute little Lola posing in front of the Menorah. Happy Hanukkah!

From all of us at Healthy Paws, we like to say Feliz Naughty Dog, Meowy Christmas, and have a Pawsome New Year! One of the best presents you can give your furry family members is the gift of security: pet health insurance can save you up to 90% on vet bills so you won’t have to say ‘no’ to costly but necessary procedures that can save your pet’s life. If you’d like to share pics of your own little elf, don’t forget to tag #gohealthypaws on Instagram.

colleen williams
By Colleen Williams

Over the past decade, Colleen has written about health, wellness, beauty, and even pets for The New York Times, The Cut, Refinery29, xoVain, Healthy Paws Pet Insurance, and Seattle Met Magazine, as well as many beauty brands. She has a BFA in Art History from the University of New Mexico and an AAS in Fashion Design from Parsons School of Design in New York.

Show more