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It’s that time of year again. (p.s. – Where did 2021 go?!?) Time to start thinking about what you’re going to give your favorite pups this holiday. They’re at the top of the list, of course! As every news outlet has been warning us — shipping times and inventory are pretty unpredictable, so be sure to place your orders soon. Need some ideas? We’ve got you covered. Check out our Top 10 list of pet gift picks! Many of these will be arriving on our doorsteps in the coming weeks. Enjoy!

#1 Puplids

Our favorite baseball hats for pets! And yes, they have matching human ones. Great for protecting your dogs’ eyes from the sun while fetching outdoors, or simply to look adorable cruising down the street. These are on our holiday list, for sure!

#2 Northwest Naturals Freeze-dried Treats

The minnows and mussels are a favorite in our house — they’re a nice healthy addition to your dogs dinner because they’re rich with omega 3 fatty acids. They’re great for pets with allergies too!

#3 Pet P.L.A.Y. Holiday Plush Toys

These toys make the cutest stocking stuffers! Their holiday collection includes a yule log (and you can stuff it with treats), a Gingerbread man, candy cane, turkey, and hot cocoa. So adorable… a great gift for a friend’s dog or for your own, of course!

#4 Derby California Hoodies

Twinning with your dog is always in and we are loving these hand tie-died hoodies for pups and their humans. Available in a variety of sizes and colors so the entire family can match too!

#5 Banded Pines Waterproof Bandanas

Your dog can roll in the mud, splash through puddles, play in the snow, and climb mountains wearing these bandanas and they still look great!

#6 SleepyPod Locking Martingdale Collars

These collars switch from a regular collar to a Martingdale collar with one simple button, keeping your pets from pulling or slipping out of their collars. Great for escape artists!

#7 Mella Thermometer

Yes! A thermometer that doesn’t require you having to put it up you-know-where. You can check your dog’s temperature but putting this thermometer under their armpit, which means it’s a lot easier to see how your dog is feeling.

#8 Shedrow K9 Tundra Jackets

If the winters are harsh where you live, it’s time to invest in a nice waterproof jacket for your furry bestie. These are high quality and come in a variety of great colors and designs.

#9 Skouts Honor Evergreen Shampoo

Using a good probiotic shampoo that doesn’t strip your dogs microbiome is so important. Holiday bonus: using one that leaves your dog smelling with a hint of evergreen will definitely bring a smile to your face. Psst… it’s limited edition so don’t wait too long.

#10 iFetch + iDig + extra balls

It wouldn’t be right if we didn’t include iFetch on the list, of course! Need a replacement ball launcher? Haven’t purchased an iDig yet? Or maybe you just need some iFetch tennis balls for their stocking? We’ve got it all on our website. Thanks for your support!

From our family to yours, we wish you and your pawsome pooches a very happy holiday season!

Nicole Ellis

About Nicole Ellis

Nicole Ellis is a celebrity dog trainer, American Kennel Club CGC evaluator and APDT trainer, based in Los Angeles. Nicole has trained everything from bears to tigers, as well as household dogs and cats. Her dog, Maggie, was adopted from a city shelter and now appears in films and commercials, knows over 100 commands, and has her own fan club.