As the holidays are approaching, you may be trying to think of ways to treat your dog as well as your friends and family. However it can be hard to think of the perfect gift, doing what you can to read his mind! Is it treats he loves most? Or would a toy do the trick? Check out our round-up of holiday gift ideas for dogs.
Holiday gift ideas for dogs for every budget:
Dog Lick Pad for Bath Time $7 – If your pet hates taking a bath, he’s not alone. This genius device is designed to be smothered in peanut butter to distract your pooch while you give him a good scrub!
Bones & Chews All-Natural Dental Chew Sticks $10 – A tasty treat that helps keep your dog’s teeth clean and gives them breath fresh? Yes, please! The texture of these all-natural dental sticks helps support their dental health – a practical gift for your pet.
Pat Your Pet Grooming Glove $12 – Have a very hairy dog? Excess shedding can be a thing of the past with this grooming glove! It keeps your dog happy because it simply feels like he’s getting extra pets, all while the glove removes loose hair that would normally go flying around your home.
Treat Canister $15 – Whenever you approach this adorable airtight treat container, you’ll know your dog will be close by. Its sleek look won’t take away from your own home décor, either!
Dog Bowls with Stand $25 – Let your dog dine in style with this gorgeous elevated dog bowl stand! It will make the bowls easier for your pet to reach, and it doesn’t hurt that it will look adorable sitting in your kitchen.
Malin and Goetz Dog Shampoo $28 – Ensure that your pooch has a safe and gentle soap for his regular bath. This luxurious dog shampoo will help keep his coat shiny and soft all through the winter!
Cable Knit Sweater $30 – When the weather outside is frightful, a cozy sweater will be just the thing to make your pet feel cozy at home. It’s handknit, made of organic wool, and is durable and dirt-resistant!
Leather Dog Collar $35 – Made from Italian harness leather, this collar is definitely easy on the eyes. Make your pup the most stylish in the neighborhood while also giving yourself a reliable collar to keep important identification information on.
Food Storage Bins $56-$64 – Keep your dog’s food fresh in this sturdy food storage container, which comes in three sizes! They each come with a plastic food scoop that make portion control easy.
Automatic Dog Feeder $90 – Whether your dog wakes up before you do, awaiting breakfast, or you sometimes run late getting home to feed him dinner, this is an awesome device! You can set the feeder to disperse customized portions at up to four meal times per day. It even lets you record a special message for your pet to go off during this time!
Premium Dog Couch $129-$269 – Whether you let your dog up on the couch or not, it will be a definite treat for them to have a comfy space of their own! The cotton cover zips off for easy cleaning, so it will be a treat for you, too.
Findster GPS Pet Tracker $150 – If your pet is a wanderer, this is a truly unique tool that will help you keep track of them! This nifty gadget allows you to track your dog’s location in real time with an app, define a safe area on a map and alert you if your dog leaves it, and more.
iFetch Too Interactive Ball Launcher $200 – Does your dog love fetch more than treats? Does he worship tennis balls? This automated fetch machine will let your dog play to his heart’s desire!
Furbo Dog Camera $249 – Have you ever wished you could say hi to your dog while you’re not at home? Now you can with Furbo’s dog camera! With two-way audio, you can speak to your pet, get alerts when they’re barking, and even pop a treat out to give them something special while you’re away.
Remember that you know your dog best – as you brainstorm the best holiday gift ideas for dogs, keep in mind what they love most! Is it fetch or cuddle time that they get most excited for? Are they food-motivated, or do they prefer pets for praise? Whichever it is, follow your heart and you’ll make the perfect choice!
What are you planning to give to your pet this holiday season?