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Keep your animals from stealing your socks this holiday season by
hanging their own stockings from the mantel. Here are our top picks for
fun, stylish gifts for all the furry and feathered ones in your life.
The toys made from Planet Dog’s super durable Orbee-Tuff
material can hold up to even the heartiest of chomping, which means
this retro candy toy should keep its shape well into 2012; $10.95.
Forget soap-on-a-rope stocking stuffers — dogs get a much more stylish (and safe) version with a limited-edition reindeer rope toy from Simply Fido, champions of organic, nontoxic toys made with the company’s trademark PureWaterWash process; $9.99.
This new 15-ounce water bottle from Pawgua
is 100 percent BPA-free, comes in a bevy of colors and features a
carabineer, so you can snap it onto a leash or belt loop. Shipping is
included in the price, and a lifetime warranty makes this a goof-proof
gift for any on-the-go dog; $15.
The cult-popular home decor designer is a big dog devotee. These cotton yarn bones
come in a preppy green-and-blue or poppy pink-and-orange chevron
pattern and, as the label says, make for nifty gifties; $12.95.
Let’s face it: If you tried to crochet these yourself, your cat would
likely never get to play with the finished product. These miniature snowmen are stuffed with catnip — and still look handmade crafty; $5 each or three for $12.
bubble "hardener" not only keeps the pet-safe soap bubbles in the air
longer, but it also makes them easier for kitty to catch; $7.99.
If your dog is a Hanukkah observer, he can take this plush singing dreidel toy for a spin; $11.99.
Martha wrote the book on stylish accessories, but with toys like this feathered feline in her new pets collection, she clearly knows how to keep cats in tip-top shape. Available in red or green; $4.17.
Keep your ferret’s mind sharp with this interactive game blanket decked out with bells — along with movable Xs and Os; $10.99.
Who says caged birds can't fly? This colorful plane swing inspires exercise — and cute photo ops; $9.99.
These bite-size — and affordable — replicas of Beluga Caviar
are made with all-natural ingredients, like immune system-supporting
fish oil and decadent fish roe to tickle her taste buds; $6.99.
You may be saving the real smoked salmon for your holiday table, but your cat can also get a taste with this plush lox toy filled with something that will really put her in a festive mood: catnip; $5.99.
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