The Best Christmas Gifts for Dogs
Is gift-giving your love language? If so, we know you’re likely hunting for the best present to give your dog. Even if you’re not a gift-giver by nature, we have other gift ideas that will light up any dog's eyes, heart, and head. So, grab your list, check it twice, and find the perfect present for your dog, whether they’ve been naughty or nice…
3 Ideal Dog Gift Bundles
Why settle for just one gift? If you want to truly spoil your dog and turn gift-giving into an experience, create a bone-ified basket of presents for your pal.
A Bark-tastic Basket
Creating a basket of dog biscuits with a few toys peppered is a great way to spoil your dog without breaking the bank. A gift basket of homemade treats and a variety of toy types also make for perfect photo opportunities on Christmas morning.
A Stock Stuffed with Goodies
Watching your dog explore a stocking can be a gift in itself. Collect some dog essentials that your dog needs throughout the year to make this a gift that will really last. Then layer these items, like a new collar with treats that they can enjoy on Christmas day.
What to include:
Spread the love between your dog and another family member with gifts that highlight the owner-dog connection. This can include matching shirts, mugs and bowls, collar and bracelet, and photos of them together.
Treats as Christmas Gifts: ALWAYS a great Idea
As dog parents, we all know that the way to a dog’s heart is through their stomachs (and tastebuds). So, consider gifting your dog healthy treats that will also get their mouth-watering.
Why Treat Make an Excellent Christmas Gift
All dogs love to chew. Why? Not only does it improve their dental health, but chewing also releases endorphins and helps reduce anxiety. You can’t always be there for your forever friend, so toss them a Get Wag treat to keep them happy while you are away.
Treats offer more than just a blast of flavour. They also help you build your bond with your dog and keep them mentally stimulated. You can use treats when you are teaching your furry friend new tricks or just to reward them for being good while you are away. They are great for dogs that love to chew, so toss one to your dog as you are getting ready to go out, and they will have a great time chewing away any separation anxiety that they might have.
Here are some of the most popular treats we sell during the holiday season:
And don’t forget that they are great for your doggo’s dental health. These chew treats are great for your dog’s teeth, gums, and good dental hygiene may help improve your dog’s immune system, prevent bacterial infections and help with blood sugar problems.
All of these are low in calories and contain no artificial additives or preservatives. They are great for your dog, and if they are good for your dog, you can’t ask for much more.
Buy one or one of each variety–Your dog will thank you each time you toss one their way.
Wag treats if you want to see your furry pal’s tail wagging. The Get Wag treats are the way to go. Take your choice: Duck, Fish, Venison, Kangaroo or Veal. All are great for your doggo and will help them stay happy and healthy. They are 100% natural–containing only one ingredient. And they are all made in Australia, so you don’t have to worry about how they are produced.
Dog Toys Bring Excitement to the Holiday
For dogs that love to play, toys can be one of the best gifts an owner can give them. When selecting the perfect toy for your dog, consider what type of toys your furry pal likes. Do they prefer something that squeaks or something that they can sink their teeth into? If your dog is high energy, consider how the toy will elevate their favourite pastime of fetch or tug-of-war.
Top Selling Dog Toys During the Holiday Season
- Troopets-Bone Toy
- Zipppy Paws-Plush Watermelon
- Troopets-Frisbee Toy
- Troopets-Candy Toy
- Happy Paws-Plush Donut
Gift Your Dog with Quality Time
Your dog loves you. And you love your dog. Because of this connection, there are few things better to gift your best friend than some one-on-one time with you. This can be in the form of an experience, like a camping or hiking expedition or an outing to a dog-friendly restaurant.
What matters most when it comes to giving your dog the gift of companionship is being present in the moment.
Happy Holidays from Petzyo!
Fact: Dogs appreciate being part of the festivities, including opening presents. Including your dog on your Christmas gift list is a great way to show them just how much they mean to you. Remember, you don’t have to spend a lot of money to make their day–homemade treats or quality time can mean just as much to your dog.