Do you buy your dog a gift at Christmas? We always have a little stocking for Lexi with a gift or two. Usually something that she needs and also a little treat. So with the canine in your life in mind, these fun stocking stuffers for dogs are sure to be a hit! Read on for some dogs Christmas gift inspiration!
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A specific dog towel is a little luxury that you didn't know you needed until you have it! This super stylish and practical drying robe from The Little Dog Laughed is absolutely perfect if your dog likes to go for walks and gets muddy and wet. Wrap them up in this towel, secure it and they are nice and warm to travel home. It's also great for after baths too.
A New Toy
If your doggy friend loves toys they simply must have a new toy in their stocking! If they enjoy playing fetch, some new balls would be perfect or if they are in need of some mental stimulation try one of these dog puzzle toys and have fun watching them figure out how to get the treats!
I've found that carrying little treats with me indispensable for off-lead training. Lexi knows that if I call her she will get a treat when she comes back so her recall is excellent now! I used to always forget to take treats out with me until I got this pet treat pouch which I keep filled with treats and with her lead and harness so it is right there when I am getting her ready for her walk. There is even a little pocket to keep poo bags so I won't forget those either!
I don't think I'll see anything cooler than a dog in a puffer jacket! Your dog will thank you if they receive one of these for Christmas and their walks will be that much cosier.
It wouldn't be Christmas without a treat or two would it?! I like to keep dog treats healthy though and these little stars from Vet's Kitchen are the perfect size for a tiny training treat. They have omega 3 and 6 for a healthy heart, skin and coat plus added Glucosamine. They free from wheat, beef, soya, dairy and other ingredients known to cause digestive problems with dogs so they are perfect for Lexi who needs a hypoallergenic diet.
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