Who says Christmas is just for people? When you think of family, it may not just be about the human members of the family, but you may include your pets as well, particularly your pet dog. Yes, just like you, they also deserve some treats for them to have a great experience of the yuletide season and enjoy it with the rest of the family. However, if you are not too sure what gifts you could give them at this time of the year, then check this list and see if you could get something for your K9 friend.
Your pets may have fur and their bodies are usually warmer than that of humans, however, they also feel the chill of the weather and they would like it if they could wear something that can turn up the heat or that could make them look good for the season. Clothes for dogs range from tops to jackets. You may even let them wear shoes if they like to.
Dogs may never demand for bling-blings or any kind of jewelry or accessory for themselves, nevertheless, letting them wear some stuff that could add some charm to their looks can be appreciated. They may wag their tails for studded collars, Christmas hats, or even stuffed reindeer antlers that make them look like Santa’s guides.
If you have decided to purchase beds for your canine friends, why not couple it with a fleece blanket that can give them warmth, comfort, and relaxation? Dogs love it when they are pampered and they also increase their loyalty to their masters. Blankets may not be usual for dogs, but the warmth it gives out helps them sleep better, making them happier and more responsive.
7. Mind Game Toys
Whether it may be toys that demand for their attention and thinking, or something that challenges them to use their wits for automatic treats and rewards, playthings that enhances and improves their logic can be something that they enjoy. They can sniff on it, use their paws on it, and even lick it just to see if they can solve the problem where they can be rewarded for their wisdom.
6. Plush Chew Toys
Oh how dogs love it when they have new toys to chew on. It can be amazing how they are amazed and fascinated with shimmering toys like ducks and squirrels, and spending most of their time playing with them until they grow tired of it. These can be perfect gifts as they become healthier and happier with such toys to play on.
5. Special Dog Bowls
Giving your dogs a better bowl to eat and drink with, greatly affects their way of eating their food and enjoying their mealtime. There are various bowls that are made for special needs, such as dogmats that avoid spillage if they are aggressive and messy eaters, or elevated bowls for taller dogs that need to lessen neck strains when lowering their heads to munch on some treats.
4. Electronic Feeding Dish
Dogs also deserve the best in technology where they can enjoy their food without the worry of having bugs and roaches feasting on their treats while they are far away. There are feeding dishes these days that have electronic sensors that sense the presence of the dogs that would eat on it. When they are near, the dish raises the lid, making them eat fresh food free from infestation.
3. Christmas Doggie Treats
Do you remember how cranky Scooby Doo was when he eats his Scooby Snax? You may not have Great Danes for pets, but every canine would love to have some treats that can be enjoyed every Christmas, such as doggie treats that are looks like chocolates, gingerbread men, or bone-shaped goodies that has a rich taste of chicken, beef, or turkey. Depending on how your pet reacts to the food, providing a once-a-year treat will make them the happiest.
2. Luxury Beds
Your dogs may be cool in sleeping on the floor or close to the carpet and doormat. However, if you want to save yourself from the mess of scraping out dog fur while cleaning the carpet, or sweeping hair all over the place, then make your dogs feel at home by giving them a bed that they can have for their own. After all, doing this will give them their own space, making things more convenient for you.
1. Dog House
This can be one of the most expensive and most invested gifts that any loving master can provide for their loving pet. Dogs love to have that sense of belonging by having a house of their own within the vicinity where the master is nearby. Putting it outdoors can give them a sense of pride, protection, and loyalty, and gives them the responsibility of guarding their territory.