We are, undoubtedly, a nation of dog lovers and, for many of us, our four-legged friends are treated just like another member of the family.
We can already buy them their own doggy Christmas stockings and festive fancy dress outfits, so, when you think about it, it was really only a matter of time before they started getting their own miniature Christmas trees.
After all, if they don't have a tree, how is Santa going to know where to put their presents on Christmas morning?
Pet owners have been sharing pictures of their cuddly companions posed in front of their own personal Christmas trees and it's adorable.
In fact, these pups are probably more prepared for Christmas than we are!
This little guy even did his own photo shoot with the tree
my mom sent me a photoshoot w my dog and his personal Christmas tree & i literally cried. Cannot wait to squish his face pic.twitter.com/v0lVJHGezQ— jaime (@jamesmac1725) December 3, 2016
my parents bought my dog a tiny Christmas tree before even buying their own Christmas tree pic.twitter.com/g3XyOs70Wj— Kim Truong (@kimberlanded) November 25, 2016
This pup prefers to sleep with the twinkling lights on
my dad got my dog a christmas tree this year �� pic.twitter.com/ZbaQ9HqC94— brookie (@brookebrector) November 29, 2016
Someone's been a very good dog all year
Confused why my mom had to get our dog her own Christmas tree... pic.twitter.com/tVpY3ifdwJ— Alex Stitely (@alexstitely) December 12, 2016
Christmas jumper? Check. Christmas tree? Check!
Although not everyone's quite so impressed with their owners' efforts
My dog's excitement matches her new Christmas tree pic.twitter.com/E6qh9vCGwe— VIC (@vic_the_kid) December 11, 2016
Excellent coordination here
So, that's the dog's tree sorted. Now you just have to find somewhere to put all their cards.
If you want to show your furry best friend how much you love them this Christmas, here are six other brilliant ways to treat them.