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Delicious gift ideas for the foodie pup

Doggie delights for the four-legged gourmand

Aside from sleeping and going on walks, dogs live to eat. Mealtime, treat time and anytime there's food cooking in the kitchen, your dog probably won't leave your side. So this holiday season, gift your foodie dog with one of these delicious dog gift ideas that make eating even more of a special occasion!

Gingerbread treats

Gingerbread treats

Gingerbread is the flavor of winter, so why should your dog miss out on all the festive fun? While you're hard at work building a gingerbread house, treat your dog to Cloud Star's Holiday Soft & Chewy Buddy Biscuits: Gingerbread Flavor for a safe dog version of the seasonal sweet. Corn-free and made in the U.S., these healthy treats will ensure your pup is part of all the holiday action. He'll absolutely want seconds! (cloudstar.com, $6)

Slow feeder

Slow feeder

If your dog's kibble disappears in 10 seconds flat, slow him down while providing some mental exercise at the same time. The engaging Dog Games Slo-Bowl Slow Feeders make mealtime even more fun because your dog will have to learn how to navigate through the feeder to eat. The playful mealtime companion also lowers your pup's risk of bloat, regurgitation and canine obesity. (slo-bowls.com, $25)

Bacon toy

Bacon toy

For the pup who gets too many treats, opt for a treat-shaped toy instead like this red-and-white Bacon Candy Cane from Petco. While it doesn't exactly taste the same as real bacon, the cuddly toy looks way cuter and is perfect for a game or two of fetch. (petco.com, $8)

Treat canister

Treat canister

Keep all of your pup's prized treats safe and sound just a paw's length away in the Loving Pets' Bella Canister that you can proudly display on your kitchen counter. With a stainless steel interior, a rubber base to keep the canister put and a gasket seal on the top to keep the goods fresh, this affordable gift is perfect for the pup who's been a good boy all year! (amazon.com, $16)

Rawhide stocking stuffer

Rawhide stocking stuffer

Your dog most definitely has a stocking too, right? And be warned that he'll absolutely notice if he doesn't have just as many goodies as the kiddies! So make sure your pup's stocking is stuffed to the brim with doggie delights such as Dentley's Natural Rawhide Braided Wreath for a little yummy holiday cheer. (In PetSmart stores, $6)

Candy-colored harness

Candy-colored harness

OK, so dogs can't eat candy bars, but the Zee.Dog harness in Candy Bar is the next best thing. For the fashionable pup, this candy-colored adjustable harness made of premium nylon with a power buckle will have your pup's tail wagging in delight because she knows she looks good. And if your dog has been extra-sweet this year, splurge for the matching leash! (amazon.com, $24)

Tasty raw treats

Tasty raw treats

You can never have too many healthy treats, right? For the gourmand who eats a raw diet, stock up on Bravo! Bonus Bites in a savory flavor like Venison Liver for a snacking experience your dog won't soon forget. Available in nine impossible-to-resist premium flavors including lobster, these freeze-dried treats are nothing but meat. (chewy.com, $8)

Gourmet bowl

Gourmet bowl

Every food-obsessed dog must dine in sophisticated style, so forget boring old bowls and gift your pup with a stylish, bacteria-resistant stainless steel Bella Bowl instead. Our fave is the dishwasher safe travel-inspired Milano Traveler Bowl for the cultured pup. With a removable rubber ring on the bottom to keep it put in case your dog is a lively eater, we're confident that after just one meal, he'll feel like the king of the kitchen (because he is, right?)! (amazon.com, $8)

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