Almost any dog loves to fetch. Give your favorite pooch a bucket of tennis balls this holiday season. Buy a dozen tennis balls and place them in a metal bucket. Tie a ribbon on the handle and voila — the perfect holiday gift for your best friend. You can reuse the bucket to store the balls, or even use it as your dog's new water or food dish.
Whether you have a petite pooch or a horse-sized hound, you'll need a collar. Give your dog a personalized collar with his name on it. If your dog is still growing, be sure to get an adjustable collar that can grow as your dog grows. If you often walk your dog outdoors at night, try a personalized collar accented with reflective material for safety.
You don't want to always shoo your dog off the couch, but you don't want your furry friend to leave slobber and hair behind either. Get a dog blanket or throw and place it on the couch, floor or anywhere that is your pooch's favorite spot to rest.
You can buy pet Christmas stockings that are prepackaged with doggie treats inside, or make your own. To create a stocking for your dog (or anyone in your family), you just need some felt, a sewing machine, glue, glitter and other adornments. Tuck your doggie's favorite items inside — from rawhide bones to squeaky chew toys.
To keep your dog off the furniture completely, get some dog furniture. You can find dog beds and mats in every shape and style possible — from oversized, fuzzy beds that keep your pup cozy to memory foam pads that keep your dog comfy, and even heated dog beds for the coolest climates. Whether you pick a dog bed shaped like a giant bone or like a king's throne, just make sure it's durable, comfortable and safe for your pet.
Try HomeGoods to find pet accessories, toys, supplies and gifts to spoil your furry friend this holiday season.
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