7 fun dog gift ideas

I’m sure I don’t need to tell you not to forget your furry canine family members at the holidays — you’re on it, right?  But just in case you need some ideas, here are a few fun ones I found on Amazon.  (Be sure you read the note at the end of this post about my affiliate links, just so we’re on the up and up with the FTC…)  And, don’t worry, I’ve got the feline furry ones covered, too: check out the cat gift guide here!

1. Ultimate Pet Bed and Lounge
Memory foam base, recycled polyfill, non-skid bottom, removable machine-washable cover.  Luxury napping at its finest!

2. Printed Burlap Dog Toy Baskets
I love the look of these!  And after all the gift-opening is done, you can spend the rest of the day teaching Fido to pick up his own toys and put them away in his new baskets 🙂

3. Gift Pack Variety Set of 10 Dog Toys
Gotta have some new stuff to stash in the new baskets!  And these will give you something to do once you’ve given up on the idea of teaching Fido to put the toys away….

4. Penguin Collar and Leash Set
For when everyone in the family, including the furry one, needs to get gussied up for the holidays!  Comes with a matching leash for stepping out in style.


5. Holiday Design Bandana
If the penguin collar is not quite your jam, this festive bandana ups the game a little.  Comes in Christmas and Hanukkah designs, and is available in different sizes.

 

6. Soft Groomer Mitt
Because you’ve got enough to do without having to vacuum twice a day to keep up with the shedding pet hair!  Settle in on the couch with your buddy, and you can both enjoy a nice deshedding massage session.

7. Crunchy Natural Dog Treats
Just because chocolate is a doggy no-no doesn’t mean Fido has to be left out of all the treat-filled holiday fun!  Made only with premium all natural ingredients, with no artificial preservatives.  Available in lots of sizes and flavors.

 

Happy Holidays to you and your beloved furry friends from Made in the Shea’d!  ♥

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