Many different type of presents are available for your canine ranging from decorative chew toys to ropes and dog clothing. You can even find Christmas gift baskets designed just for your canine, or for both you and your dog.
Keep your pet’s size in mind when purchasing toys for them. Little dogs can benefit from pet sweaters to add warmth during cold winter nights. Larger canines will enjoy toys for the purpose of chewing them and you’ll appreciate that they don’t go after your furniture. Some dogs prefer a present where you can interact with them such as a throw toy.
Gift basket presents, where you get an assortment of gifts, work well to please the special dog in your family. They come filled with toys and yummy treats. There are options available for every budget. If you are looking for a gift for a friend who owns a dog, you can get a dog and owner gift basket. This will have treats and other gifts for both the owner and their dog. This allows you to get a gift for both without buying two separate gifts.
You can even purchase pet stockings. These are perfect for hanging on the mantel next to the rest of the family’s stockings. There are several styles of stockings available. Some are in the shape of a paw and some have pictures of a dog or other pet related images on them. There is even a pet stocking with a picture frame so you can insert your pets picture. The options are endless when it comes to finding a gift for your canine.
As Christmas approaches, you can save money by purchasing quality toys for prices as low as $2. You can be more extravagant and get designer toys for $10 to $12. Write out a budget before hand to figure out how much you can spend on your pet’s Christmas presents.
Bring your whole family into the selection process as you buy Christmas dog toys. Letting everyone have a hand in selecting the perfect Christmas gift for your pet means that you don’t have to worry about any one person being offended by the gift in any way. For example, if someone in your home doesn’t want to give your family’s dog too many edible gifts, they can pick out a chewable Christmas present.
Adding one or two or even more gifts for your pet under the tree can liven up your home and allow the canine to become part of your holiday celebrations.
Nancy Cope is the owner of four rescue dogs and Pampered Dog Gifts.