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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

What Do I Get The Dog For Christmas?!

Santa’s Little Helper by Nils Geylen, on Flickr
Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic License  by  Nils Geylen  As Christmas draws near and our shopping comes to a close, we may realize we've forgotten someone very important, our pets! Every dog owner knows there's something special about having our canine friends, right by our side opening presents with the rest of the family. In my own personal experience, it's obvious our pets know whats going on, and they become just as excited about it. Dogs that never destroy anything at all, become excited and tear into their own Christmas gifts. They seem to know they are not allowed to tear into anything that is not given to them. So what do we get our pets this holiday season? Here's a few ideas.

For Dogs, Greenies can be one of the healthiest snacks we can give them in moderation. I've never met a dog that wasn't crazy about them, and with the 45 or 96 count packaging, it's a gift that can last longer than a few seconds. Make sure to choose the right size for your pets saftey. 

I've always been a fan of toys that can challenge your dog's mind, and allow him to problem solve as he would in the wild. The Buster Food Cube does just that. It's rugged design can keep your dog from chewing the toy itself, and get him more interested in trying to figure out how to get his favorite food out. The rounded corners keep the cube stable, but allow your pet to easily flip and it turn it the direction they desire.

And lastly, don't forget the stocking! These paw shaped stockings can't be left off the fireplace this Christmas and come in two different sizes, depending on if your pet has been naughty or nice this year. Don't let Santa forget your pet on Christmas Eve!

Got other great gift ideas this season for you pet? Submit them in the comments and I'll add them to the list! Be safe this holiday season, and let your pet partake in the festivities with you. It will keep you and your pet happy!

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