December 2, 2015

Stocking Stuffers for Your Pet

When you’re making your list—and checking it twice—don’t forget about your pet’s stocking stuffers this holiday season!

With all the love and joy our furry friends bring us, they deserve a treat (or two) this year.

Looking for stocking stuffer gift ideas for your pet?

We’re sharing some of our top picks of the season!

For Dogs:

Homemade treats
Don’t give your pets store-bought treats that cause inflammatory and allergic reactions in dogs. They’ll love some delicious, homemade goodies—and it will be good for their health, too!
Try these dried beef liver treats.

Hol-EE football dog toy
This durable, bouncing toy will withstand lots of playtime with your pooch! Make it a fun game for your dog and add treats inside. This JW Pet Hol-EE Football Dog Toy makes a great gift for hours of fun.

Mini blinking collar flashlight
These Petsport Bling Bling Blinkers are an absolute must this season! Make sure your pet will be safe and visible on nighttime walks with this mini flashlight safety flasher.

DIY dog toy
One of the lovable traits of dogs is that they’re so easy to please! If you’re not looking to drop a lot of cash, try this DIY dog toy—all you need is a sock and a tennis ball.

For Cats:


Peek-a-Prize cat toy
This SmartCat Peek-a-Prize Toy Box Cat Toy stimulates your cat’s desire to hunt and also helps your pet get some added physical exercise. For snack time, drop kitty treats into the toy box for your cat to try to retrieve.

Electronic string teaser
This Toys"R"Us Pets Automatic Teaser with Timer will keep your cats’ attention, while they stalk and pounce the string. The best part—it’s automatic (a.k.a. no effort on your part!).

DIY cat teaser
Don’t want to buy a teaser? They’re super easy to make! Check out this DIY cat teaser toy idea.

Check out our Pinterest board for more holiday pet gift ideas!



Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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