Click here to learn more.
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).
More From Vetstreet
Like this article? Have a point of view to share? Let us know!
Thank you for subscribing to Petwire. Look for the latest newsletter each Wednesday.
The U.S. Secret Service took to Twitter to
highlight its hero K9s, who stopped a man
who jumped the White House…
A 16-year-old boy who lost his right foot
immediately bonded with a Dachshund
mix who had to have his leg amputated.
In honor of this special day, we're
highlighting some of our favorite stories
about Pit Bulls from this past year.
Mikkel Becker shares five simple training
tactics for teaching your cat to tolerate (or
even like) being picked up…
Over-the-counter medications that seem
harmless to you can actually be harmful
or even deadly for your cat or dog.
Want a pet hedgehog? Dr. Laurie Hess
shares why the prickly creatures need
time, attention and care to thrive.
The Russian Blue won’t mind if you have to go to work (to earn money for cat toys), as long as you're back in time for…
If the video doesn't start playing momentarily,
please install the latest version of Flash.
Thank you for subscribing.