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To really make your home cozy and warm this time of year, add some
four-legged decor. Don't worry: We're not talking about hunting hounds
wallpaper or kitten doilies. These tasteful and stylish items will make
even the most critical of interior designers proud.
Your pup deserves something from Santa, too. Jolly Ole St. Nick can put his toys in a Labrador stocking from the Sundance Catalog ($45).
The Artful Home
The kids won't pile all their winter garments on the floor if they have these fun giraffe hooks from Artful Home to hang their coats on ($37 and up).
We've got the perfect gift for the dog lover who regaled you with her
pup's accomplishments in her holiday card. Let her show off Fluffy's A+
in dog obedience class or her paw print painting on the fridge with
delightful dog magnets from Gump's ($30).
Who needs a pet when you've got Rover and Rascal,
two ecofriendly dogs made of recycled newspapers? Sit them in front of
the door to greet visitors (no need to worry about jumping or licking)
and put a pair of festive antlers on their heads to really get in the
holiday spirit ($149 for Recycled Rover or Recycled Rascal; $22 for
No mantel is complete without a festive Limoges porcelain turtle from Gump's. Inside his handpainted shell there's even a tiny surprise ($225).
Woot! This Anthropologie owl is sure to turn heads in your kitchen or dining room ($128).
The Refined Canine
This igloo dog bed
from The Refined Canine is the perfect mix of form and function. Your
pup will have a comfy spot to catch a few winks, and you can use the bed
as a fashionable end table. Perfect for displaying your favorite framed
portaits of Fido ($99 and up).
Hyatt's All Things Creative
Liven up your work day with this cheerful Dachshund pen. Writing your to-do list won't seem like a chore as he jingles while you write ($4.95).
Quick, what do you get when you cross a Pug with a Beagle? A Puggle! And you'll never forget with this Puggle dog tray
from Fishs Eddy. Use it to serve crackers or cheese or — even better — a
plate of homemade biscuits for your designer dog. While your pup is
chowing down on the treats, you can sit back, relax and drink a cup of
joe from the dog walker mug ($10.95 each).
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