Christmas is almost here and if you have an animal in the house, we are sure there is a stocking hanging for it on your fireplace. And it doesn’t matter that they have no idea what the occasion is – you do and you probably want to share the celebration with them.
They are your family members and need a token of love too, right?
If you don’t have a pet yourself, you might want to show a bit of love to a pet of your family member or a friend. This gesture will go a long way and earn you some serious karma points.
With so many options for pets of every kind and breed, there is no shortage of gifts and ideas, but not all are great. Give us a chance to show you what we think would set every kind of animal running, jumping, barking, wing flapping, prancing, and meowing from joy:
Bark Box subscription
If you would like to give a gift that would keep on giving every month, Bark Box is one of the best out there. Every monthly box includes natural treats, themed toys, and a sturdy chew for every canine in your life. You can choose a box based on size and delivery period of 1, 3, 6, or 12 months.
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Cat Christmas Tree bed – $18.99 at Amazon
If you have the entire house decked out for Christmas, make sure your cat’s house is not left behind. This bed is made of soft cotton and features cute ornaments on the outside of it for a little play time.
Hamster sweater – $6.99 at PetSmart
Ugly Christmas sweater trend is not for humans only – now you can compete with your hamster, mouse, or Guinea pig about who has the uglier one.
Personalized Pet Stockings – $46 at Etsy
As we said above, your pet needs a stocking and preferably a personalized one with his name. This company has stockings for dogs and cats with either a bone or a fishbone shape.
Found my Animal Dog Leash – $50 at FoundMyAnimal.com
Every leash here is built tough from marine-grade rope and brass. In addition to long-lasting goodness you will support animal welfare and rescue organizations with your purchase.
Fish Tank Ornament – 12.99 at PetSmart
No fish should be left behind on Christmas, so there! Your aquarium will be fit for Santa’s visit with this festive car inside.
Unlike dogs, cats might be excited about a box more than what came in it, but some amazing stuff does come from it – high quality treats and toys + amazing customer service to assist you with every need. You can gift a subscription for 1, 3, or 6 months.
BarkBox for Target Gnawty or Nice Toys – from $7.99 at Target
This collection has toys that you won’t find anywhere else, so get ready to surprise your little Fido on Christmas morning.
This gift of love would benefit more than just one pampered pooch. You can choose from one-time holiday cards to monthly donations and feel good about yourself and your act of kindness.
Merry & Bright Holiday Catnip Ball Cat Toys – 4 pack – $3.49 at PetSmart
Perfect set for any feline’s stocking. The balls might just keep her away from Christmas ornaments on your tree, making your holidays a bit more peaceful too.
Peppermint Stick High Fashion Horse Halter – $52 at RedHauteHorse.com
If you are lucky enough to have a beloved horse to shop for, go with this halter and you might even feel like you are riding a reindeer on the Christmas morning through white powder or green meadows.
Foggy Dog Bandana – $28 at The FoggyDog.com
Decorate your best friend with a cute bandana for Christmas and you might get some amazing pictures to remember. In addition to its wool blend cuteness, every purchase will send a half-pound of food to dog shelters.
Custom pet ornaments – $9.99 at Personalization Mall
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You might appreciate it more than your pet, so get it for you to enjoy the ornament on the tree for years to come. There are options for dogs and cats with their best picture displayed.
Cat Scratch House – $99 at Target
Let her scratch at that Christmassy door, play with it or take a nap on the roof – whatever makes her happy and puts you in holiday mood. The little RV is catnip infused, so your sofa will be abandoned for sure, at least until Charismas is over.
Ruffwear dog boots – $99.98 at Ruffwear.com
This will appeal to dogs that live in harsh winter climate. The boots protect from cold, snow burns, and road salts. They might be a bit hard to get used to, but after the initial resentment they will serve for years.
Bird Candy Cane Toy – $9 at Amazon
Birds can’t be forgotten too, and this candy cane for cage is great for every parrot or parakeet, giving them plenty of options to chew and play.
Monogrammed dog/cat collar – $32 at Mark and Graham
It’s cute and it’s also useful in case of getting lost. The collar is extremely light and dries fast, so if the name won’t get noticed by the recipient, the comfort definitely will be.