Top four holiday gifts for dogs

December 05, 2017 Category: Celebrating dogs

Are you looking for the best holiday gifts for dogs? You aren’t alone. Plenty of pet parents include their dogs in their holiday gift giving. It’s one more way to make your pup feel like part of the family while having fun finding a gift that your dog will love. Here are a few of the best dog gift ideas for the holidays.

1) Treats
Want a T-R-E-A-T? Yes, of course your dog does. That’s why treats make fantastic Christmas gifts for your dog and provide great satisfaction for you. Your dog will love eating each delicious morsel, and you’ll love seeing the joy on your dog’s face every time you give them one of these wonderful holiday gifts.

2) Toys
Toys also make fantastic Christmas gifts for dogs. Perhaps it’s time for a new Mr. Fluffy, or whatever your dog’s favorite toy may be. You could also consider toys that help keep your dog active, like a new tennis ball or a Frisbee. Active toys like these are a good way to help keep your dog healthy and happy.

3) Tech
There are so many new tech toys for dogs: fitness trackers to see how active your dog is, automatic ball throwers for your dog to play endless games of fetch and even Wi-Fi enabled cameras that let you remotely check in on your dog while you’re away. Any of these cool gizmos would make a great gift for your pup.

4) Time
You can give your dog all of the stuff in the world, but your dog’s favorite thing will always be you. This year, give your dog the gift of time together with a new leash to keep your New Year’s resolution to take more walks, or maybe a backseat cover to make it easier to take your dog everywhere you go or perhaps some extra snuggle time for you and your furry pal. Whatever you decide, your dog will be grateful for the time you spend together.

Dogs give us the gift of love every single day. This holiday season, make sure to give them a little extra something in return.


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