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Whether you're buying a bulb for your own home or gifting one to a friend, these eight ornaments will add a bit of whimsy to your Christmas tree this holiday season.
VivaTerra has a bevy of glittery ornaments in its collection, including a gold dog bone and this playful winged pig ($19).
Gump's well-coiffed poodle ornament even sports cheeky long lashes ($35).
Dress up a pup-friendly home with a felted wool dog house from Sundance ($28).
In The Company of Dogs
A festive set of ceramic bones from In the Company of Dogs has pert gingham bows — and there's space to inscribe a pet's name on each ornament ($27.95).
Jazz up a fancy fir with a set of four ornate owls from Gump's ($75).
Take your tree under the sea with Gump's handcrafted glass octopus ($40).
Plow & Hearth
We love this set of natural brush animals from Plow & Hearth, featuring a bushy-tailed fox, squirrel and rabbit ($24.95).
The Museum Shop of the Art Institute of Chicago
This kitty's tail looks good enough to eat! The handpainted, blown-glass feline is an Art Institute of Chicago find ($25).
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