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You might pamper your pup all year long, but let's be honest; you want to make the holiday season a special time for everyone, including your favorite four-legged friend. Having trouble finding the perfect present for that special pooch? We've rounded up a few of our top picks at a variety of price points, all of which your dog is sure to dig!
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We’ve been fans of P.L.A.Y. since we were first introduced to its spokes-Pug, Momo, a couple of years ago, so we were delighted to see that the company has collaborated with Christopher Ohms of Wine Barrel Concepts to create this series of customized (and gorgeous!) wine barrel beds.
P.L.A.Y. Wine Barrel Dog Bed, $299 at Wine Barrel Concepts
Your dog doesn’t have to be a diva to enjoy the finer things in life. And even if your Labradoodle doesn’t know her designer labels, you’ll still get a kick out of this play on the classic Chanel bag.
Chewnel Purse Plush Dog Toy, $15 at Muttropolis
Boring old bowls are so 2011. Dogs love fresh water, and you love all things sleek and modern, so this contemporary fountain (that can even be used outdoors) is the perfect fit for both of you.
Hagen Dogit Outdoor Pet Drinking Fountain, $58.01 at allmodern.com
It’s a durable rubber and rope chew toy. It’s great for fetching and tugging. Is there any wonder this do-it-all toy is on our dog’s wish list?
JW Hol-ee Roller Rope, $11.99 at Petsmart
Sometimes you want to give your pooch a long leash, allowing him to sniff to his heart’s content. Other times, you need to get him on a shorter leash, and fast. This leash not only adjusts to a variety of lengths in a flash, but it also has a cushioned handle that adjusts with it. Add to that the fact that it’s vegan and gorgeous, and you’ve got one remarkable leash. (And there’s a matching collar, too!)
Zuko Zebra Adjustable Leash (also available in other patterns), $39 at BellomaniaUSA.com
Think your dog is a smarty? Give him a gift that really exercises his thinker. After all, mental stimulation is just as much a part of a healthy, happy dog as physical exercise! This Star Spinner is durable and good for dogs of all ages and sizes.
Kyjen Dog Games Star Spinner Dog Toy Puzzle, $15.99 at Petco
Owners of “power chewers” are always on the lookout for the next tough toy, and while the classic KONG is great, well, variety is nice, too. This KONG Genius toy holds up just as well as the classic and can be stuffed with treats and food.
KONG Genius “Mike,” $7.99-$14.99 at Wag.com
It’s not unusual to find stylish (and sometimes over-the-top) dog houses and crates for small dogs, but medium to large dogs often get left out. But not this time! The Mansion truly lives up to its name with ample space for larger breeds.
The Mansion, $599 at Muttropolis
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If your pup loves cuddling up in a corner spot (and who can blame him?), you’re in luck. The Molly Mutt Pillow Pack turns a standard square bed into a bolster bed. And even better, you can stuff the Pillow Pack with any items you like, so you can fill it with items that smell like you!
Molly Mutt Pillow Pack, $20-$25 at Molly Mutt
Interactive dog toys are all the rage, but this one stood out to us because of its plush texture and the ability to personalize the “prize” to your own scent. What’s more personal than that?
Puzzle Cube Interactive Dog Toy, $14-$17 at Muttropolis
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