What to give your canine BFF this year? If he’s the laid-back type, he’ll love these gifts for snuggling and chilling. And even the mellowest breeds enjoy playtime and walks, so there are gift ideas for that, too. And treats ‚Äî don’t forget treats!
If your dog is content just hanging out with you as you binge-watch your favorite show, give him his own ultra-comfortable bed to lie in. Made of memory foam and plush materials, this sofa bed is supportive enough for older or arthritic dogs and comfortable for any dog. Its generous size and bolster walls may convince your dog to binge-nap with you.
Spare your dog the “ugly Christmas sweater” and get him ready for the holidays with our collection of leash-and-collar sets instead. They feature Christmas and Hanukkah motifs in vibrant patterns and colors. Choose a regular or martingale collar with matching lead to show off his holiday spirit.
Add some joyful noise to your dog’s holidays with this pack of three squeaky toys. Each of these soft rubber toys has a different texture and shape, with various chewing surfaces for hours of entertainment. As a bonus, they even float!
This is the perfect season to snuggle up with your canine best friend, and these are the perfect snuggle accessories. Your dog gets his very own fleece blanket and pillow, as well as a penguin plush toy. And because he’s been extra good this year, the set includes a Christmas cookie made with all-natural ingredients.
The holidays mean lots of cookies, cakes, and candies for you, so give your dog his very own special treats. He’ll love these all-natural biscuits, made with real ingredients such as cranberries, blueberries, and apples. They’re wheat-free and contain no artificial colors or flavors.
Winter can be tough on shorthaired and hairless dogs, so dress yours in this padded quilted jacket. It’s made especially for large dogs in hard-to-find sizes. And it’s toasty warm, water-repellent, and easy to clean.