Watch Shelter Dogs Open Christmas Presents from Santa’s Sleigh in Adorable Photos

Happy Pupmas!

On Christmas morning, several adoptable dogs opened toys at the Best Friends Animal Society shelter in Kanab, Utah.

According to the release, the nonprofit gathers shelter dogs each year to open toys on Santa’s sleigh. Puppies in Need of a Home opened gifts including rope toys, Kongs and balls donated by people across the US and Blue Buffalo.

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Watch shelter dogs open Christmas presents from Santa’s sleigh in adorable photos.

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The Christmas tradition, which started more than ten years ago, brought together dogs in need and dog lovers, who watched the entertaining event.

“Best Friends like to give their dogs as many family experiences as possible while they’re here, so Santa’s sleigh is very meaningful to our staff. It’s so much fun to watch the dogs choose an item, which they all do in their own unique way,” said Julie Castle, executive director of Best Friends Animal Society.

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Watch shelter dogs open Christmas presents from Santa’s sleigh in adorable photos.

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Especially at this time of year, the organization invites people to adopt since several shelters are full. Adult dogs and cats over 40 pounds are most needed, per release.

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Watch shelter dogs open Christmas presents from Santa’s sleigh in adorable photos.

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“Holidays are a great time to adopt a dog or cat. Shelters are full of amazing pets who were once in foster homes and can’t wait to be part of a family again,” said Castle. “If you can’t commit to adoption, adoption is a wonderful way to give your pet a break from shelter life and help them find a new home in the process.”

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