Whether you’re buying presents for your own little critters or for your human friends, gifts involving dogs are a great option when buying for pet owners. If the presents are useful and fit with their personal style, they are sure to love them and be grateful. You can also do a bit of research to find some unique and functional presents that will make life with dogs a tad easier. For a memorable and video-worthy Christmas morning, snag a few of these gift ideas and throw them in a box with some treats and new toys. Loosely wrap the box, or place in a gift bag, and watch the excited dogs open their presents! It’s an adorable addition to Christmas celebrations, and you’re guaranteed to get a few doggie kisses afterward
Presents for Puppy’s First Christmas
Make puppy’s first Christmas a special one! No holiday with pups is complete without their very own stocking. If you’d prefer to keep them similar to the human stockings, just get a simple, personalized one with the dog’s name on it. Another option would be these personalized paw-shaped stockings, and you won’t get them confused with the kids’ stockings. Hang them up on the mantel with one of these custom dog snow globes from Uncommon Goods atop. And don’t forget to buy a “Puppy’s First Christmas” ornament to remember this special day! You can buy one or make your own using this custom paw print ornament kit.
Functional Christmas Gifts for Dog Owners
If your friends already have the essentials for a doggie Christmas, buy them a few unique presents that they wouldn’t think to buy for themselves. This portable dog water bottle comes in handy on long walks, hikes, road trips, and any other time your canine needs water away from home. Or if your loved ones are more of the homebody type, get them this wine barrel dog dish to serve as a functional, yet stylish piece in their home.
Stocking Stuffers for Dogs
Don’t let your doggies miss out on the Christmas cookie fun! Use this recipe for homemade dog biscuits by Ina Garten at Food network. Shape them like dog bones with a cookie cutter, or use holiday cookie cutters to make them into little puppy-safe Christmas cookies shaped like gingerbread men, snowmen, or snowflakes. Add them to the stockings with a few new toys, and you’re all set!
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