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Top 4 Christmas Gifts for your Dog

Top 4 Christmas Gifts for your Dog

Dogs love Christmas gifts just as much as people do, so when you’re doing your Christmas shopping this year it’s important to remember your four-legged friend. But, even though there are so many fun and creative gifts for dogs, most people just end up buying the same old things year after year. Sure a new tooth whitening bone is nice, and dog treats are always tasty, but there are so many cool things you can get your dog these days that there’s no reason for your Christmas gifts to lack variety.

In case you’re having trouble thinking of fun things to get your pup, here are four fun Christmas gift ideas that you and your dog will love.

Crown and Paw Pet Portraits

Crown and Paw Pet Portraits

Okay so this is an obvious must-buy scenario.

For starters, it’s hilarious. Secondly, it’s actually very high-quality wall art. Crown and Paw is a unique company that sells customized Victorian Era pet portraits printed onto canvas. You send them a photo of your pet and they will create a regal canvas print that looks like it should belong in a museum.

Hanging a fancy portrait of your beloved pup on your walls is an awesome way to say ‘I love you,’ but it’s also a terrific conversation starter when you have guests. It will surely mean your pup will be the center of attention at any family gatherings this Christmas, and what dog doesn’t like being the center of attention?

Polar Trex dog boots by Ruffwear

Polar Trex dog boots by Ruffwear

New Hampshire winters are beautiful, but anyone who has experienced one knows how cold they can get. While people bundle themselves up before heading outdoors, many forget to provide adequate winter protection for their dogs. That doesn’t just mean protection from the cold, maintaining traction on ice and in slick winter conditions is also really important. Especially when trying to prevent serious slips and falls that could harm your pup; some falls can even cause hip dysplasia, especially in older dogs.

Ruffwear’s Polar Trex, winter boots for dogs, will keep your dog’s paws warm and dry all winter long. Plus the Ruffwear’s trademarked Vibram tread gives Polar Trex exceptional traction, allowing your dog to run and play in winter conditions without losing grip.

Treat Launcher

Dogs don’t need toys to have fun. In fact, most of the time they have no problem finding ways to entertain themselves, chasing their tail or barking at inanimate objects. But every so often we stumble upon a dog toy that is as much fun for the owner as it is for the dog, a perfect example of this is the treat launcher.

The name says it all, it’s a launcher that shoots dog treats. So simple, yet so fun. Treat launchers make for a great doggy Christmas gift because it combines your dog’s two great passions, food and chasing things. You add those two together and you get hour after hour of entertainment.

Treat launchers are a cute way to add a little chaos to big family gatherings. You just load the launcher, aim, fire and watch your dog duck under tables and weave through your guests while on the hunt for a tasty projectile. It’s as much fun as it sounds.

Dog Walker

What better time than Christmas to invest in your dog’s health and wellbeing. Hiring a dog walker is a terrific way to ensure your dog is getting the right amount of exercise, even on the days when you’re too busy to spare the time. With a dog walker your pup will be able to stretch their legs on a nice long walk, while keeping their heart health in check.

But dog walkers are about a lot more than just fitness. When you’re hiring a dog walker you’re making sure that your dog gets to go outside and enjoy every day, rather than being cooped up in the house all winter. By having a dog walker you’re investing in your dogs quality of life, and really, what better gift is there?

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