Is this your first Christmas with your new dog? Or are you just out to make this Christmas the best one yet? Either way, you’ll probably want to spoil your best friend rotten. To help you get your shopping sorted, we’ve put together this handy guide to Christmas gifts for dogs.
Christmas treats for dogs
On Christmas Day, we humans like to stuff our faces full of tasty treats. But our best friends need a bit of spoiling too!
We’re very careful about the amount of treats we give our beagle, otherwise it’s difficult to keep her weight under control. However, I think it would be terrible if she didn’t get something special on Christmas Day! If you feel the same, here’s a few tasty gifts your dog might like.
The first is Earth Animal’s festively named THE FEAST. This turkey, pumpkin and cranberry flavoured chew is a great way to treat your dog with simple wholesome ingredients.
Christmas gifts for dogs
Don’t want your dog to miss out on the cracker pulling fun? Why not get a pet cracker? The one below is from John Lewis and contains a rope ball toy, but there are lots of similar versions available.
Christmas outfits for dogs
Now, our dog Poppy really won’t stand for any of this dressing up malarkey, but festive outfits are a fun doggy gift. We’ve picked out a couple of Christmas outfits that cater for both fussy and non-fussy pooches!
Christmas toys for dogs
It’s hard choosing Christmas gifts for dogs, but no Christmas Day would be complete without a new toy for your dog. Here’s a couple of fun looking soft toys that will keep your dog amused.
This cake-shaped plush toy pulls apart and has a crinkle base. It’s also got multiple squeakers to keep your dog entertained. Duck-shaped toys are a hit with many dogs, so we’ve picked out this cute canvas and rope version from Sophie Allport too.
Our dog (like many) does like to pull the stuffing and squeakers out of toys, which can be hazardous. We’d always recommend supervising your dog when they’re playing with any toys like these.
Luxury beds for dogs
And if you fancy splashing out, how about an extra special gift for your dog this Christmas? Luxury dog beds are getting really popular, especially the mini versions of designer sofas.
We’ve picked out this mini-sofa style bed and a lovely big dog cushion to inspire you. MADE.COM‘s stylish dog sofa is made from walnut with navy cushions. It’s got handy storage for tidying away your dog’s bits and pieces when you’ve got guests round.
And this sumptuous pillow dog bed is made from a mix of plain and patterned velvet. It has a removable cover, so you can pop it in the washing machine when it gets stinky!
Beautiful dog bowls
Another practical gift you can get your dog this Christmas is a new dog bowl. But don’t go for just any dog bowl, here’s two special options for you.
So, that’s the end of our guide to Christmas gifts for dogs. We hope it’s given you some ideas! Now you’ve got the dog’s Christmas presents sorted, what about gifts for the dog loving humans in your life?