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Hanukkah starts on December 18, and with these festive dog accessories, toys and treats, your dog will know that she’s loved a latke.
Celebrate Hanukkah with your dog with these Hanukkah dog products:
Menorah Dog Bow Tie by Delight Dapple on Etsy.
Starts at $7. Your pup will be picture-perfect and ready to light to menorah in this adorable Hanukkah dog bow tie. Sizes range from extra-small to extra-large.
8 Nights of Hanukkah Box by Zippy Paws
$45.99. Each night, your dog opens one box to reveal a plush Hanukkah-themed toy surprise.
Hanukkah Plush Toy Set by Pet P.L.A.Y
$16.90. Inspired by Hanukkah’s most iconic symbols (the Star of David, the dreidel and the menorah) these machine-washable soft dog toys are a Hanukkah dog present winner.
I Love You a Latke dog treats by Polkadog
$6.50. Your dog will delight in these bite-sized sweet potato and apple recipe by the Boston-based Polkadog bakery. Don’t miss these limited-edition holiday treats!
I Love You a Latke Hanukkah Dog Sweater by Hotel Doggy
$12.72. Ugly Christmas sweaters get all the fanfare, but this Hanukkah dog sweater is one to bark about. Available online at Nordstrom Rack.
Get Lit Hanukkah Dog Sweater by Hotel Doggy
$16.97. If you’re going for the twinning human-dog holiday theme, this classic Hanukkah dog sweater has a similar human option at Amazon ($32.95).
Mini Dog Menorah by Acme Animal
$130. This aluminum menorah may be small at 8 inches by 2.5 inches, but it’s absolutely candle-worthy. It’s handmade and fits standard-size Hanukkah candles.
Hanukkah Gelt Organic Dog Treats by Lord Jameson
$12.99. While you’re enjoying your chocolate Hanukkah gelt, share the winnings during your family dreidel game with these organic blueberry and coconut dog treats.
Hanukkah Corgi Menorah by EclecticJudaica on Etsy
$72. Give your Hanukkah a little color pop with this hand-painted ceramic dog menorah that comes in different patterns and colors.
Looking for more dog gift ideas for Hanukkah? Try making your own
dog bowtie or dog bandana. Or, create your own holiday card with these simple tips.