Last Updated on September 10, 2021 by Dogs Vets
What to gift a person who loves dogs? 82 Best Gifts For Dog Lovers On Amazon
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Dog Toys and Treats
When Strategist senior writer Karen Iorio Adelson asked experts about how to exercise a dog indoors, three of them recommended these balls.
Shelby Semel, the founder of Shelby Semel Dog Training, says they are a great way for dogs to burn off energy and get mental stimulation. The ones shown are small, but Amazon also sells bigger versions of the Ultra Ball for larger dogs.
If your recipient has nice possessions that a bouncy ball could topple, Dr. Jennifer Coates, a veterinary expert at Chewy, told Adelson about this soft dog toy that “doesn’t bounce or roll” but can still be thrown and used for tugging. It’s machine-washable and designed to withstand heavy play.
Sarah Fraser, the co-founder of Instinct Dog Behavior and Training in New York, likes to give younger or adolescent dogs what’s called a flirt pole, which she says is “like a giant cat toy. For many dogs, it quickly becomes their favorite — a fantastic substitute for chasing real squirrels. Plus, it’s a great form of exercise that doesn’t require the owner to do much.” For small-to-medium dogs, she likes this option from Outward Hound.
If the pup you’re buying for likes playing fetch, try the Hol-ee Roller, which Strategist newsletter editor Mia Leimkuhler and her rescue mini-schnauzer mix, Reggie, swear by. She describes it as “a hybrid bouncy ball and chew toy, with big holes that make it easy for smaller mouths to catch and grip and fling about.
The rubber is durable but not inflexibly hard, so errant tosses aren’t a breaking hazard, and the ball’s squishiness absorbs its own noise and shock, which is nice news for your downstairs neighbor.” It also comes in a large size.
Trainer Andrea Arden says this is “one of the most perfect tug toys I’ve found.” It’s long enough, she says, “to allow for appropriate distance from the dog to your hand” but can be rolled up, making it easy to bring along on walks or to the park where it can be used as a play reward for outdoor training. “Dogs love it,” she adds of the sturdy toy that’s also machine-washable.
“We call it his ‘bear octopus,’ and we hate it,” writes Alice Gregory of this multi-legged dog toy. “We’re not even sure where it came from, but Mickey, our toy poodle, likes it more than anything that is not a piece of outright garbage,” which is the best praise any dog parent can give for a dog toy.
Leimkuhler got this plush puzzle tree as a gift from a friend whose own dog was obsessed with it, and she has since gifted it to many of her other dog-parent friends. “It’s a hit every time,” she promises, adding that the tree and its included stuffed, squeaky squirrels keeps her Reggie occupied for hours.
Kate Perry, a dog trainer and the author of Training for Both Ends of the Dog Leash, likes to give “practical items that help stimulate the dog’s mind and help owners have a better relationship with their dogs.”
One of her favorite interactive treat toys for pups is the Busy Buddy Twist ’n Treat, which she describes as “great as a gift for new dog owners, and great for training a dog to work for their food.”
Arden is also a fan of this “super durable” gift, telling us it’s “especially great for puppies who need every opportunity to burn off mental and physical energy.”
Perry, Semel, and trainer Lauren Camerini, the founder of The Peaceful Dog, all like the puzzle-feeders from Nina Ottosson. Perry calls them “Rubik’s Cubes for dogs,” while Camerini says they’re the canine equivalent of the “New York Times crossword puzzle.” With this one, you hide treats in the compartments, then your dog has to sniff and slide the pieces out of the way to get them.
In general, Camerini says, “food puzzles are great for city dogs because they provide mental enrichment, curb boredom, and are just plain fun.”
Semel is particularly fond of Nina Ottosson’s Tornado: “It’s a great way to feed your dog slowly and keep them busy when you need them to self-occupy, and it’s good for mental stimulation! It’s easy to clean, not super-expensive, and entertaining to watch.”
Camerini and Lauren Novack, a consultant at Behavior Vets of NYC, both say they’ve told countless clients to pick up a snuffle mat, which delights dogs while tiring them out at the same time. “Dogs love to use their noses,” Camerini says, “and sniffing for hidden treats tires them out if you don’t have time for a long walk.
” Novack, who uses the mat with her clients to facilitate doggie relaxation, adds that “sniffing makes dogs happy, and hiding treats in this mat is one awesome way to feed them dinner and get them using their noses.”
A bonus, she says, is that “it’s washable and portable: You can take it anywhere.”
Writer Kelly Conaboy’s dog, Peter, gets a huge amount of joy from sniffing on their daily walks, so she bought him this salad-bowl-shaped snuffle mat. He loves it just as much. She hides treats in the folds of the “salad,” which keeps him busy for long periods of time. It’s a perfect gift for someone trying to work from home with a hyperactive pup.
“Cricket treats are higher in protein and more nutrient dense than beef or chicken treats, and they require fewer resources like land, water, and energy to raise (and cause much lower carbon emissions),” Strategist writer Liza Corsillo says about these morsels from Jiminy’s Cricket, which are her silver poodle Uli’s favorite treats. “These are so effective that I’ve been using them to teach her tricks I never would have tried before.”
Texas-based veterinarian Sarah Ochoa previously told us that these calming dog treats help ease her dog’s anxiety. “I have tried her on many different brands, and these are the only treats that I have found that actually help,” she says. Some of the chews’ soothing ingredients include hemp, chamomile, and thiamine (also known as vitamin B).
Strategist senior editor Casey Lewis says these bacon-flavored CBD treats helped her parents’ elderly Labrador immensely. “He would pant and pace relentlessly, and this would calm him down. But not in an overly medicated, tranquilizer way,” she says. All her family’s dogs love the flavors of Medterra’s treats, and though her own dog is generally pretty chill, Lewis plans on using these for their next road trip.
Or, if you’re not sure of exactly what type of toy or treat to give, Shirley Braha, the mom to a senior dog named Phyllis, recommends giving the gift of replenishing treats. “The first thing that comes to mind is a BarkBox subscription because I feel like dogs are always running out of treats,” she says, “and high-quality treats are weirdly expensive.”
Dog bowls and feeders
“The best gift I have gotten myself is the Neater Feeder bowls. I have three dogs, and they spill half a bowl when they drink, so this has saved my floors.”
This slow-feed dog bowl helps dogs who eat their food entirely too fast. As writer Ashlea Halpern explains, “The unusual puzzle shape of these bowls forces gluttonous dogs to slow their roll.” Sophie, Halpern’s Chihuahua, “rarely gags when she uses it because she has to think about how to extract the food, as opposed to just blindly gobbling.” For more puzzle bowls, check out our expert-recommended roundup.
The staff of dog boutique and groomer Releash NYC loves the clever design of this hybrid water bottle and bowl for active dogs. One worker explains how ingenious it is: “Squeeze it, and water fills the bowl for your pup to drink; release your grip, and the remaining water returns to the bottle.”
These collapsible dog bowls, also recommended by Halpern, are helpful for a traveling pup. “We tuck them into our carry-on bags and keep one in the glove compartment of our car,” she says. “The durable silicone is lightweight, easy to clean, and won’t tip over in a moving vehicle.”
Arden says that this set of licking mats is a great gift for hyperactive dogs for many of the same reasons as a snuffle mat. Spreading a soft treat like peanut butter over its surface “creates a fun game where the dog is kept busy licking at the mat,” she explains, adding that it’s a particularly great gift for dog owners whose dogs struggle with strangers and being alone. They’re “very useful for helping a dog to become more comfortable with handling and grooming, or for working on alone time skills,” says Arden.
“As Reggie gets older, I want him to have a more supportive bed,” explains Leimkuhler, which is why this memory-foam dog bed from Casper ranks high on her wish list.
The Casper bed also took the top spot in our roundup of the best dog beds because it’s easy to clean and has a streamlined design that provides excellent orthopedic support for older dogs with achy joints. Casper’s dog bed comes in three sizes and three colors: blue, gray, and sand.
Leimkuhler loves this bolster bed from Pendleton, which features the brand’s signature stripes and is sure to keep your dog cozy during colder months.
“Every dog deserves a warm, snuggly, supportive bed,” Camerini says, explaining that her favorite is this one from Orvis, which makes for a thoughtful gift because (for an extra $12) you can personalized it with the dog’s name.
Camerini also appreciates that the design is “appropriate for every stage of a dog’s life,” and that the fabric is “durable and machine washable,” enabling it to last through the years.
For a less-expensive dog bed, we love this shag number. It is owned by no less than four Strategist dog parents, has more than 1,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, and is perfect for little dogs who love to cuddle and burrow.
Strategist associate director of e-commerce, Kiki Reginato, recently bought this affordable, sofa-style bed (which has orthopedic foam to cushion joints) for her growing Labrador mix, Rusty. “He is a big fan,” she says, as is Reginato, who appreciates its machine-washable cover and how the bed is just heavy enough that Rusty can’t “pick it up and throw it all over the house.”
“Nail polish from Warren London is a great gift for someone who wants to do a quick-drying, easy paw-dicure on their pups,” says Jess Rona, a dog-grooming expert based in Los Angeles.
If doggy nail polish is too flashy, Rona has some recommendations for more straightforward dog-grooming gifts to keep your pet clean: “For a luxury shampoo and conditioner, I recommend the Mineral Red or argan shampoo and conditioner by Iv San Bernard.” According to the manufacturer’s website, Mineral Red is better for dogs with allergies or dry skin, while the Black Passion, which has argan oil and seaweed, is suitable for any coat type.
For professionally groomed dogs whose owners are looking for a way to keep their doggy’s ’do looking sharp between appointments, “the Atami H270 Vitamin Spray by Iv San Bernard is great for an in-between-grooming hydration spray,” Rona says.
This animal wash from Aesop is a great gift for making bath time more luxurious, according to Leimkuhler. “I bought it to use on Reggie. It lathers easily, rinses away easily, and he does smell really good,” she says. “He smells like a status dog.”
[Editor’s note: This animal wash is on back order, but you can order it from either retailer below and it will ship when it’s back in stock.]
“Someone at my local dog park told me about Mushers after we were talking about how neither of our dogs will tolerate snow boots, which is bad because our neighborhood is way too aggressive with the salt on the sidewalk,” explains Leimkuhler. You massage a little of the wax-based cream onto the pads of your dog’s paws, and it acts as a sealant against ice, salt, sand, and even hot pavement. “It seems like a perfect little stocking stuffer.”
Dog clothes and accessories
Cool dog parents will surely love to receive this leather jacket recommended by Logan Mikhly, a co-founder of the off-leash dog café Boris & Horton, which will give their pups a dash of James Dean style. “We can’t keep it in stock,” Mikhly says, because the coat “looks good on many different body types” and is “very warm and comfortable.”
If the dog you’re shopping for is more diva than biker, this fluffy sweater makes a great gift. “This is my dream dog sweater,” says Risa Miyamoto, a makeup artist and dog mom to a Pomeranian named Mokutan. She loves how extravagant this feathered sweater is and how it and the baby-blue version remind her of Sanrio’s Little Twin Stars.
To really play up an old-Hollywood style, complete the look with a jaunty accessory. “I love a bow tie from the Worthy Dog that can clip on to their collar,” says Rona.
Novack says that her “short coated dog starts shaking if it hits 40.” For eight years now, she’s relied on this jacket (which requires placing a custom order with the lucky dog’s exact measurements) to warm him through the winter. In the years since she bought it, Novack says she’s “never seen a coat that fits better, or that so many dogs have no problems putting on,” explaining that “doggos don’t need to step into this — the coat simply goes over the head.” For these reasons, she’s continually “gifted this coat to friends, and now they all swear by it.”
For dogs that will tolerate footwear, Arden says that these handsome twists on your classic Wellington boots are as functional as they are fun-looking. “They’re really easy to put on, supportive, and comfortable for the dog,” she explains. The boots come in five colors (shown above), and the price includes four boots for your four-legged recipient.
Mikhly sells these dog backpacks from Charlie’s Backyard and tells us that customers will first try them on just because they’re adorable, but “many end up using them to carry poop bags, keys, and phones” on walks and trips to the dog park. Plus, the backpack “is the type of item that just makes you smile,” he says. It’s designed to be worn like a harness, and there’s a place on the back to clip a leash.
“The best gift I’ve ever received as a dog lover was from my mom for my oldest dog, Buster,” says Fraser. It’s “a cozy, personalized blanket embroidered with his name on it,” which she notes is something both dog and owner can use. “He loves having comfy blankets around to snuggle, and I love knowing that it’s a keepsake I’ll have for years and years to come.” Leimkuhler seconds her recommendation, saying “it’s nice to have a blanket you can share that’s easy to wash.” We have recommended this L.L. Bean plush blanket before: It’s soft, durable, and can be personalized.
Dog leashes, collars, harnesses, and carriers
For a nice-looking leash that is also quite functional, Annie Grossman, the owner and co-founder of School for the Dogs and Store for the Dogs, likes this ombré-dyed one from Found My Animal. The carabiner-style clasp can be attached to your dog in two places — collar and harness — for added safety. Plus, the leash, which is made from marine-grade rope, is strong enough to stand up to big dogs and adjustable, so you can sling it over your shoulder or wear it around your waist if your hands are full.
Perhaps you’ve seen this slightly more glamorous leash attached to the collar of Boobie Billie, the tiny Italian greyhound–Chihuahua mix with more than 200,000 followers on Instagram. Made by jewelry designer (and Strategist contributor) Susan Alexandra, Boobie Billie’s (anonymous) owner says it is a delightful way to gift a leash, but “make it fashion.”
“I want a collar and a leash to match me and my husband’s Chacos to take embarrassing family photos,” says Leimkuhler. Chaco’s collars and leashes are made from the brand’s signature durable webbing. Plus, Chaco takes customization seriously: There are more than 80 patterns to choose from. You can also embroider your pet’s name in 30 different colors, as well as select the buckle and stitching colors so you can be sure your dog’s accessories are unique.
Rachel Jones, the owner of streetwear-inspired dog-gear brand Trill Paws, says these collars from Nice Beast are her go-to gifts for dog owners. “They are so vibrant and are always a fun talking point among dog lovers.” The brand is one of those talking points: “The products are all fabricated by indigenous women in small communities of Chiapas, Mexico, and each piece takes between two and three days to make from braiding to assembly,” Jones explains.
Perry likes this harness from Softouch Concepts as a gift for dog owners who are teaching their pups to stop pulling on the leash. “This harness is both humane and effective,” she says. “From my experience working with this equipment, I find it reduces dogs’ ability to pull on the leash by at least half.”
This (slightly more affordable) harness may be designed for cats, but Corsillo says it’s the best one she’s found for comfortably securing her (cat-size) poodle, Uli. “Almost all the dog harnesses we tried in her size (extra small or extra-extra small) were made of thick material better suited for a more muscular dog.” But this lighter model, she explains, offers a perfect fit, allowing Uli to comfortably wear it without any pinching or coughing fits.
A friend of mine used to be a raver,” Novack tells us, “So when I saw this harness, I had to get it; not only does it turn on, it glows and pulses.” She adds that owners can choose what color the harness displays or “have the harness cycle through all the colors” it can turn.
The product is so good, according to Novack, it literally changed her life as a dog parent. “We used to get up at 6 a.m. on weekend mornings for an off-leash time in Central Park, but after buying this, we realized that we could instead grab dinner outside at one of our favorite restaurants near the park and then take a walk after.
Thanks to the LED harness, we can see our dog as he runs free at night.”
For puppy owners (or adult dog owners looking for an upgrade) Mika Ito, the director of adoptions at New York–based shelter Animal Haven, told Strategist junior writer Kayla Levy about Wild One’s poop bags. They’re “biodegradable, extra thick, and come with a refillable dispenser that fastens to your leash or key chain for easy access.”
“The best gift my mom ever received for me is my doggy carrier–slash–car seat, the Sleepypod,” writes Norbert, a three-pound therapy dog with more than 600,000 followers on Instagram. “It is super-comfy, makes me sleepy, and she always knows I am safe inside. My mom puts me in my Sleepypod when we drive to do our therapy work.”
If you want a slightly more stylish — but still functional — carrier, we suggest this canvas option from Wagwear that took top place in Corsillo’s status-dog-bag post.
As Perry Betts (the owner of a miniature dachshund named Thor) told us, “It’s sold at all of the best fancy dog stores in town, and I’ve see it among cool dog owners who want to avoid looking overly bougie with the Louis Vuitton carrier.”
“I would recommend a dog stroller from Pet Gear,” Rona says, for “older pups or dogs who have had surgeries or joint issues who still want to get out into the fresh air.”
Gifts for dog owners
This vacuum took the title of best less-expensive vacuum for heavy shedders when we spoke to a bunch of dog owners and groomers about vacuums for pets. Tiziana Agnello, the founder of LoveThyBeast, loves it so much that she bought five of them — a few for the company’s three store locations and a couple for her home. She told us she prefers it over the more expensive Dyson cordless vacuums. “It’s the perfect industrial vacuum despite being so lightweight,” she adds.
On-trend fashion brand Staud currently offers this unique sweatshirt to dog lovers, which arrives with an embroidered custom portrait of any pet whose image you send in, along with their name. While Strategist writer Chloe Anello doesn’t yet own the sweatshirt herself, she tells us she “knows other people who say it’s the best gift they’ve ever gotten.” That’s because, they say, “it apparently really ends up looking like your pet, plus, it’s a luxury sweatshirt.”
Lewis had one of these very affordable (and very realistic) custom portraits made of her dog, Bear, and promptly hung it in her living room. “It turned out so well I’m thinking of doing it for my parents’ dogs,” she says.
For another gift that’s more for owner than pup, Leimkuhler’s top pick is a DNA test, which she says she would love to gift to any friend who has adopted a rescue dog. Knowing what breed or breeds your dog is can theoretically help you keep an eye out for health issues or concerns that those breeds typically deal with. “I also just want to know what he is, so I can answer dog-park inquiries and come up with a suitable portmanteau,” she adds of testing Reggie’s DNA. Embark will test your dog’s saliva and screen for more than 250 breeds using a database platform developed with Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. The company will also create a family tree for your dog and connect you to dogs with similar breed breakdowns.
For the human who loves their dog but can’t stand wet-dog smell, Adelson recommends this funny-looking candle she discovered at her vet’s office that made the place smell like an Italian apricot orchard. “It works not by filling the air with a new scent to overpower the stink,” she says, “but by releasing a blend of natural enzymes — the titular ‘exterminator’ — that breaks down airborne animal odors at a molecular level.”
Personally, my favorite dog-related item that I own is a gift I gave myself when I started training dogs: a specially sized bone wrap from Wagwear,” says Calm Energy founder and dog behaviour consultant Anthony Newman.
Dog training. “I’ve worn it on my wrist for almost a decade now, all day every day; it expresses my love of dogs and it’s truly unique, with beautiful hand-stitched leather and brass-though I think you can also use it as an actual dog collar, as founder and designer Amy Harlow intended. “
Strategist contributor Alison Freer uses this tiny camera cube to spy on her Chihuahuas while she’s at work. “If you’ve ever wondered what your dog or cat is up to while you’re away, you need a Petcube,” she writes. “It uses a 1080p HD camera and two-way audio stream with built-in microphone and speaker to help you monitor your pet.”
If you want a pet camera that dispenses treats, Kate Jaffe, a trends expert at Rover, is a fan of the Furbo Dog Camera, which she calls the “perfect gift” for the dog parent who has an app for everything. “The Furbo lets you interact with your pet even when you’re far away, sharing treats, telling them they’re such a good girl, and snapping some photos, too,” she explains.
Semel, who once got leggings personalized with her dog’s mug from Puppies Make Me Happy, calls them “the best gift, because who wouldn’t be thrilled to wear their adorable pup’s face plastered all over them?!”
William Wegman’s Being Human is a good book for the fashion-conscious dog parent. It features photos of his beloved dogs dressed in high style. And according to our friends at the Cut, “off set, when the Weimaraners aren’t wearing fur-collared trench coats, they splash along a lakeshore in Maine, where the photographer lives.”
If the dog parent is the self-help type, Sonia Nathan, the owner of Sonia’s Pet Grooming, recommends The Other End of the Leash by Patricia M. McConnell. “Better than any other writer, McConnell helps us appreciate that our relationships with our dogs are enriched by an understanding of ourselves — knowing how we differ from dogs and how we are comparable. It’s more than a how-to book. It’s a ‘why-to’ book: why we behave in certain ways around dogs and why understanding that will help us engage in a more gratifying manner.”
61. Hilarious Dog Poop Bags, $11.99
If there’s one thing every dog lover needs (and there isn’t…there’s actually a lot of things), it’s poop bags. But standard poop bags won’t do the trick! You want to make every single poop a special pooping experience, right? That’s where the BarkBox poop bags come in. ‘Cuz they’re funny, see?
-Convenient, easy-to-tear, fun, and packaged in cardboard
-Includes 300 bags in 20 standard size rolls (15 bags per roll) for up to a 4-month supply (fits easily into standard dispensers)
-Thick, leak-proof bags mean a trustworthy and easy pick-up
-Opaque bags are easy to open and separate
62. Dog Butt Coloring Book, $6.84
Adult coloring books are having a serious moment right now. So, if you have someone in your life who’s equal parts dog and art lover, why not gift them a dog coloring book?
There are tons of dog-themed coloring books available on Amazon, but if the dog lover in your life has a sense of humor, this Dog Butt Coloring Book—which has a variety of illustrations of adorable dogs and their equally adorable behinds—is just the ticket. As the tagline says, they’re sure to “laugh their butts off!”
63. MyPupSocks, $14.79
If the dog lover in your life is a fan of all things adorable, they’ll love these MyPupSock. These custom personalized socks are the perfect gift for the dog lover with a pup who’s always on their heels- literally.
64. Paw and Bone Molds, $13.99
If you’ve got a dog lover in your life, chances are, one of their favorite things in the world? Doing nice things for their dog. And one of the nicest things they can do? Make their dog homemade treats, of course!
These Paw and Bone Molds are perfect for making bite-sized treats for pups—and, in case the dog lover in your life needs some inspiration, they come packaged with a recipe book packed with ideas for delicious, healthy goodies.
These molds are also made of completely BPA-free silicone and approved by the FDA—which means not only will they make delicious treats, but they’ll make safe ones, too.
65. BARK Orthopedic Bed, $39.99-$64-99
If you’re a dog lover, you want your dog to be comfortable, right? This bed offers comfort and support for your pup. In fact, it’s so cozy that you may find your dog laying on their bed instead of the couch.
-The top layer of gel memory foam helps regulate body temperature.
-The fleece cover is even easy to remove and machine washable.
-This bed is available in small, medium, and large. It’s also available in 4 different colors. With so many color options, it’s easy to coordinate with your furniture!
66. Dolphin & Dog – Dog Microfiber Towel, $16.95
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Treаt the dоg lоver in yоur life tо а gift they never knew they needed – а Dоlрhin & Dоg miсrоfiber tоwel. This sоft miсrоfiber tоwel аbsоrbs wаter аnd mud with minimаl effоrt. Trust me, they’ll thаnk yоu fоr mаking their bаth mоre рleаsаnt (fоr everyоne invоlved).
67. Pet Odor Exterminator Candle, $11.99
Dogs will be dogs and inevitably- get smelly. As much as we love them, we don’t always love the way they smell. Enter: The Pet Odor Exterminator Candle. Help the dog lover in your life get rid of the stink without having to disrupt play time.
68.Mud Pie Novelty Dog Leash Hook Hanger, $20.00
Make walk time less stressful with this distressed wooden leash holder. The perfect gift to keep the pup happy and help any dog lover keep track of leashes- which always somehow disappear around walk time!
69. “Please Send Dog Pics”, $18.99
Аre yоu seаrсhing fоr а witty аnd сute gift fоr the dоg lоver in yоur life? This “Рleаse send dоg рiсtures” t-shirt exрresses exасtly whаt every dоg lоver wаnts: mоre dоg рhоtоs. А соmiсаl аnd рrасtiсаl gift thаt is sure tо sраrk а соnversаtiоn.
If yоu’re а dоg lоver аnd yоur dоg is оften wоrried, it mаkes sense thаt yоu’d wаnt tо саlm their wоrries!
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71. Best Flipping Dog Mom Ever Mug, $13.99
Lооking fоr а unique gift fоr а dоg mоm? With this Best Fliррing Dоg Mоm Ever mug, yоu саn tell them yоu think they’re the best fliррing dоg mоm ever—we’re sure their рuр wоuld аgree!
72. iFetch Interactive Ball Launchers for Dogs, $197.00
Feeding yоur рet рuррy is nо eаsy tаsk. Соming hоme tо а wild dоg аfter а hаrd dаy’s wоrk саn be exhаusting. Enter:
iFetсh’s interасtive bаll lаunсher. This оn-demаnd bаll lаunсher lets dоgs рlаy аt yоur disсretiоn аnd mаkes every dаy а little less tiring fоr the dоg lоver in yоur life.
73. Bone Shape Pet Organizer Storage Basket, $29.61
Stор triррing оver tennis bаlls аnd mаke the dоg lоver in yоur life hаррy with the Bоne Shарe Рet Оrgаnizer. The ideаl gift fоr thаt рersоn yоu knоw whо sрends mоre mоney оn their dоg thаn they dо оn themselves.
А рieсe they’ll enjоy аnd use, with enоugh stоrаge fоr even the mоst extensive tоy соlleсtiоn.
74. The Big New Yorker Book Of Dogs, $27.10
А number оf things fоr dоg lоvers (аnd everywhere else) tend tо be in the style оf ‘multi-level gifts’. But if yоu wаnt tо end yоur life with sоmewhаt rаised eyes, New New Yоrker Dоg Bоk is exсellent gift for dogs lovers.
This hаrdсоver соlleсtiоn frоm New Yоrker feаtures dоg-themed соver аrt, illustrаtiоns, аrtiсles, feаtures, роems, sаmрles, drаwings, аnd саrtооns frоm fаmоus mаgаzine’s аrсhives-а соlleсtiоn аny dоg lоver (оr mаn оf letters! ) Wоuld be рrоud tо shоw in yоur fees tаble.
75.Velonie Portable Pet Water Bowl Dispenser, $16.49
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Рerfeсt fоr the асtive dоg lоver in yоur life, the Роrtаble Рet Wаter Bоwl Disрenser mаkes trаvelling оr exerсising with yоur fоur-legged friends а breeze. Stор stressing аnd get reаdy fоr а new аdventure!
76. Dog Lover Complete Cookie Cutters Set, $9.99
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Give sоmething sweet tо the dоg lоver in yоur life. These аdоrаble сооkie сutters аre а must-hаve fоr аny рuррy раrty. The Dоg Lоver Соmрlete Сооkie Сutters Set is sure tо mаke аny dоg fаn hаррy, whether it’s fоr рeорle fооd оr рuррy treаts.
77. BarkBox, $29.99
With BarkBox, you can give the dog lover in your life the whole package. There’s no way to go wrong with such a unique selection of toys, treats, and chews.
78. Did You Feed The Dog?, $9.94
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By the end оf а lоng dаy, I аm аs guilty аs the very next рersоn аnd оften find myself аsking – did I feed the dоg? Wоrry nо mоre. This slide mаgnet “Did yоu feed the dоg” is the sоlutiоn. Sаve the dоg lоver in yоur life frоm the stress оf wоndering: did I fоrget tо feed my fоur-legged friend?
79. Penny The Pineapple, $9.99
Аn оссuрied dоg is а hаррy dоg. Treаt the dоg lоver in yоur life tо а tоy thаt’s dоuble the fun, Рenny The Рineаррle. When the dоg teаrs thrоugh her hаррy exteriоr, а sаdder Рenny is reveаled.
The whimsiсаl whimsy оnly аdds tо the drаmа. А shаrр bаll tо the соre! Hidden bоnus gаme! Whаt’s nоt tо lоve? Mаke а gift thаt wоn’t breаk the bаnk аnd сreаtes lаsting рlаytime memоries.
80. “Off the Leash: The Secret Life of Dogs” Book by Rupert Fawcett, $11.93
For the one who’s always wanted to know what their dog was thinking, “Off the Leash: The Secret Life of Dogs” by Rupert Fawcett is jam-packed with brilliant observational cartoons that are sure to bring a smile to the face of any dog lover in your life.
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Shopping for the dog lover who is as concerned with fashion as they are with their pet? This Hand-Drawn Jack Russell Terrier Doodles Shower Curtain is a dog-themed gift that’s sure to catch anyone’s attention.
82. Memory Foam Bolster Dog Bed, $80.00
Mаde frоm ergоnоmiс memоry fоаm аnd gel fоаm, this оrthораediс bed is sо соsy аnd fоrgivingly suрроrtive thаt yоur dоg will never wаnt tо get оut оf bed.
The thiсk memоry fоаm bаse suрроrts yоur dоg’s jоints аnd рressure роints, mаking it greаt fоr аll dоgs, but esрeсiаlly thоse with аrthritis, reсоvering frоm surgery оr suffering frоm оther mоbility рrоblems.
Аre yоu fаmiliаr with the fаiry tаle оf the рrinсess аnd the рeа? There’s а сrunсhy little sweet рeа in every bed аnd а рарer сrоwn tо weаr, beсаuse Bаrk knоws yоur dоg will рlаy аs hаrd аs he sleeрs.
Get a Present or cool gift for the Dog-Lover in Your Life—But Don’t Forget About Yourself (and Your Puppy!)
Аmаzоn hаs lоts оf gifts рerfeсt fоr аny dоg lоver. Аnd while yоu’ll оbviоusly wаnt tо snаg sоme оf the gifts оn this list fоr the mаny dоg lоvers in yоur life, dоn’t fоrget yоurself (аnd yоur рuр!). Mаke sure yоu thrоw yоurself аnd yоur fоur-legged friend sоme treаts the next time yоu fill uр yоur Аmаzоn shоррing саrt-nо hаrm in sending а little sоmething оf yоur оwn (gift bоx аnd аll!).
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