More Super Cool Finds For Your Pets This Christmas
This is a great way to keep your doggie treats. It’s important to remember your dog when you’re making your Christmas list this year. But what should you get your favorite furry friend for Christmas? That depends on a variety of factors, like your dog’s age, breed, and current needs, but there are some dog products that almost any canine would enjoy. See if you can add any of these gift ideas for dogs to your shopping list.
Doggie Delights Personalized Dog Treat Jar
This one is for the very pampered pup, Wentworth Tufted Dog Sofa
Organic dog treats for Christmas Try a healthy snack first! Organic dog treats are more expensive than your regular treats for dogs, so naturally, they may not be affordable for every pet owner or for daily feeding. However, these types of healthy dog treats are one of the best things you can give to your pooch.
Here are a few healthy snacks for your dog.
Chicken Dog Treats by Brave Beagle
Chicken Jerky Dog Treats by Pet Eden
Newman's Own Organics Premium Dog Treats
Riley's Organics – Peanut Butter & Molasses, Human Grade Organic Dog Treats
Check this out. Pawsitively Gourmet Doughnuts for Dogs
Pawsitively Gourmet Doughnuts for Dogs
Bowser Beer for Dogs, ok this is not real beer and it does not have alcohol in it. It is a completely safe beverage meant just for dogs that come in fun flavors like Beefy Brown Ale (lots of beefy flavor), Porky Pug Porter (with malt barley and glucosamine for joint health) and Cock-a-Doodle Brew (made of fat-free, salt-free homemade chicken stock).
This perfect for dogs here in the Berkshires, Pawz Waterproof Dog Boot
Pawz Waterproof Dog BootProtect their paws from snow and ice
for smaller dogs and is stylish for you too. Check this out from wild one.
From chewy.com, call this a stocking stuffer even though it won't fit in one. It's a goody Box
FRISCO-String Christmas Lights Dog Cat Christmas Sweater Medium another one from chewy.com
Sushi Cat Toy Gift, 2 pieces from Town & Country
I may have to explain this one from mydogsname.com This is an interactive plush puzzle toy that challenges your dog mentally and physically, all while being one of the most adorable things we’ve ever seen.
How it works is that you put the plush, squeaky reindeer toys in the Christmas-themed container and task your dog with finding a way to pull them out. Dogs love to bury their noses in the burrow to dig out the super-cute critters. You can also drop in a few treats for added fun.
What dog doesn't love bacon? Bacon-flavored bubbles? This might just be one of the coolest Christmas gifts for dogs we’ve come across.
Dogs just love to chase and chomp bubbles and let’s be honest, it’s a whole lot of fun to watch.
Want more ideas? we will share more with you next week right up until Christmas.