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13 Gifts to Get Your Dog’s Tail Wagging
Treat your furry friend to something special. Check out some of our favorite gifts for dogs, including durable toys, homemade treats and more.
While you can’t give your dog actual ice cream, you can treat them to this adorable swirled ice cream cone squeak toy. From the Museum of Ice Cream, this 7″x3″ squeaker is also available as a rainbow popsicle and Neapolitan ice cream sandwich.
This stylish and durable collar is sure to be the envy of the dog park! As an added bonus, each collar comes with a matching friendship bracelet for you, so you’ll always have a little something to remind you of your furry friend.
Keep your pet safe and secure with a customized tag. Each shape can fit your name, address and phone number in case your pup wanders off on his own.
Give your pup a friend for when you’re not at home with this adorable squeaky toy. Available in several sizes and different animal shapes, you’ll be sure to find the perfect new bestie for your dog.
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Treat your or a friends dog to these holiday bones. These biscuits are soft with a hint of spices.
Get the recipe here.
Get ready for the most epic tug-of-war session, ever! This pack of five toys is made from cotton for a durable, yet natural, way to engage with your pup.
Whether it’s used to keep your pup warm at night, soften up their kennel or just give them something to cuddle with when you’re away, this micro plush blanket is a must.
Keep tummy aches at bay with this fun and interactive bowl! It’s maze-like design aims to help slow down your pup’s eating habits.
Let your heavy chewers get gnawing! These bones are American sourced and free from artificial colors, flavors and preservatives.
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