Nothing. I don't have a dog. However, I do have two cats, but they both receive nothing, because their exact birthdays are not known.
Years ago I made our dog a birthday cake with Gainsburgers stacked up and "frosted" with cottage cheese. He didn't blow out the candle, of course. My kids did.
Another nice treat for a dog's birthday is Frosty Paws (the "ice cream" for dogs).
My poodle's birthday was March 3. She got extra hugs and a nice treat or two.
I ignore her more than usual. Any slight chance of attention (from me - a look, a glance, a sneaky sideways peek) sends her into meltdown.
I can't bring myself to finally unhinge her on her birthday. Too cruel
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