As the holidays creep closer, you may have all of your Christmas shopping done and be sitting back to relax or you may be rushing to pick up those last few gifts. Wherever you are in your Christmas shopping, don’t forget to pick up a gift or two for your precious pooch. Here are a few holiday gifts for dogs to help you get started:
Puzzle Food Bowl
Make every mealtime a lot more fun and mentally stimulating for your dog by putting their kibble in a puzzle food bowl. Hidden compartments store the food and your dog has to figure out how to open them in order to continue eating. This is a great option for dogs that tend to eat too quickly. The puzzle will keep them entertained while also making them slow down a little bit. If your dog is a perfect picture of manners during mealtime, you can always use the puzzle food bowl to hide a few treats to an interactive reward.
New Dog Bed
After a year, or several years, of use, your dog’s bed is likely a little scruffy, a little worn, and perhaps a little flat. A new dog bed could be the perfect Christmas gift for your dog. Because dog beds are such a popular and necessary product, there are a ton of options to choose from. You can go with a dog bed that is plush and cushioned with memory foam, something super fluffy, or something fancy. You can even go with a self-warming dog bed that absorbs reflects your dog’s own body heat back to them to keep them warm and cozy.
Gingerbread Dog Treats
Gingerbread is a classic Christmas treat and it can be a tasty treat for your dog too. With healthy, homemade, and all-natural gingerbread dog treats, your dog can join in and get a taste of the holiday season too. Plus, they’re grain-free, which makes them a good fit for dogs who may have more sensitive digestive systems.
For chewers and ball chasers alike, the Orbee Ball is the perfect gift. It’s a tough, durable ball shaped like a planet. It has grooves to outline land masses that can help clean your dog’s teeth as they chew and it’s mint-flavored for a burst of fresh breath too. It’s bouncy, it floats in water, it’s fun to chew on, and it can easily become your dog’s new favorite toy. This toy is known to stand up to aggressive chewing and playing for a toy that lasts.
It can be hard to find the perfect present for your furry best friend. With this list of holiday gifts for dogs, you’re bound to find something to inspire you.