Christmas is around the corner! If you’re still frantically trying to think of gift ideas for the dog lover in your life, don’t despair – we’re bringing you some unique ideas you may not have thought of yet.
Here are our favorite things every pup parent should have!
We have portraits of our kids up around the house – why not give your dog-loving friend the gift of a custom pet portrait so their pooch can have the same honor?
There are plenty of pet portrait companies out there, but we like this one for their minimalist style. Their portraits are made to bring out the best in your dog, and match any household decor!
All you need is a great photo of the pooch to be represented. A lovely gift for pet parents!
For the pet parent who isn’t quite sure of their fur kid’s lineage, a doggy DNA testing kit could be an exciting gift!
Most dog breeds have some surprising DNA in them. It’s also super for figuring out potential health conditions our furry friends may be susceptible to.
For health-conscious dog lovers who want their pup to be as healthy as possible too, this could be an interesting and insightful gift.
We all know how hard it is to enjoy a cookie, muffin, or frozen dessert and not give in to those puppy dog eyes. But the truth is, human food just isn’t that good for dogs.
With this doggy dessert cookbook, dog lovers never have to worry about sharing their treats with their pups again. Even the picky eater pooches will love these dog desserts!
‘Tis the season to be extra careful, and you and your dog can stay safe together with this stylish matching set!
It’s the perfect gift for that dog lover you know who’s also making an effort to stay safe and healthy in these uncertain times.
Whether they have a Yorkie or a Great Dane, there’s a size option to fit them.
Pet parents who own a rescue dog know that many pups out there don’t have loving families this Christas. Why ot give them a gift that’s thoughtful and sweet, but gives something back, too?
The Rescue Box is a monthly subscription box filled with goodies for your friend’s beloved pooch.
For every box the lucky pup receives, over 140 shelter dogs get a meal! What’s not to love?
If you’d like to support a great human interest cause, why not spoil a pup with one of these eye-catching collars?
They’re hand-crafted in the African country of Kenya, and feature the traditional patterned beadwork of the area, that’s unique and stylish.
The pup wearing one of these will be the envy of the block!
There’s something for every dog lover out there! If you’re looking for a way to spoil someone and their pooch this year, why not try one of these unique, thoughtful gift ideas?