From adorable shirts for you to to wear to dog supplements that improve your dog’s cognitive performance, check out some awesome products you and your dog will love.
Your dog will be dashing through the snow, the dog park or at the latest Fido-friendly hot spot in his bow tie dog collar. And yes, besides its great form, it does function as a great dog collar with a spot to hang all your dog’s must-have tags. Made of an animal-friendly vegan leather strap topped with a front-facing bow of the same material. Available in black, red, leopard or denim and sizes XS to Large. $17. LazyBonezz; lazybonezz.com
Bocce’s Bakery is cleaning up unhealthy holiday snacking one treat at a time. Stuff your dog’s stocking with Nutcracker Crunch, containing a healthy dose of all-natural peanut butter, banana, carob, honey and wholesome oat flour. Bocce’s believes that healthy treats don’t need to be boring, with a variety of other flavors like PB & Banana, Birthday Cake, Turmeric Latte and Buffalo Wings. Available in 5-ounce bags. $5.50. Bocce’s Bakery; boccesbakery.com
Make the holidays a little brighter with these whimsical embellished dish towels. Made of 100 percent cotton and measuring 18 by 28 inches. Choose from a variety of canine designs and colors. Note that Design Imports is a wholesale company, so purchases must be made in bulk, which makes it perfect to give these as gifts to all the dog lovers in your life. $3.50. Design Imports; designimports.com
Looking to make dog treats for all your favorite pups for the holidays? Make it easy with this new flexible silicone treat maker. Made with non-slip handles for easy carrying. Plus, the freezer-safe treat maker is perfect for creating frozen treats, too. Comes in two sizes: small and large. $20. Messy Mutts; messymutts.ca
These ethically made, 100 percent pre-shrunk organic cotton T-shirts make an adorably funky statement, just like the Boston Terrier. Dyed with low-impact, colorfast non-animal dyes and quality stitching for a high-end look. Enzyme washed for extra smoothness. Available in both Women’s and unisex styles (S through XX Large — order a size up for looser fit). Colors for women’s tees are white, sky blue or sunset pink, while unisex comes in white or slate. $25. Chopper & Otis; chopperandotis.com
It’s never too late to protect and improve your dog’s brain health. Rooted in science and nutrition, this smart chew supplement works to improve your dog’s cognitive performance, plus it tastes like a treat. Active ingredients include Omega 3s, vitamin E, vitamin B6, resveratrol and phosphatidylserine to help reduce oxidative stress, increase essential neurotransmitters and reduce inflammation. Available in 30 or 60 count.
$29.95/30 count and $39.95/60 count | Astro Biosciences; buyastrosmart.com
Cheers to the design company Bread and Badger and its line of drinkware, etched with the animals you love best or even personalized for special occasions. Choose from a wide range of drinkware from coffee mugs to glassware to beer growlers. The new Dog Lovers Collections features portraits of different dog breeds, plus pet parents can order custom portraits (for an additional $60). All products are dishwasher safe, and mugs are microwavable. $22 to $38. Bread and Badger; breadandbadger.com
Taking this year’s holiday pic of your pups has never been jollier now that the Woofie is here. Just place a treat into the upper grip and easily attach it to your cell phone. No more Mr. Shy Dog — he won’t be able to look away from the treat/camera phone. Available in three colors: Slay Grey, Glamour Green or Posh Pink $9.50. Model Citizen Pet; modelcitizenpet.com
Deck the halls and the walls with contemporary canine fine art and home décor. You’ll find everything from personalized dog breed designs to commissioned creations from a variety of artists. They make the perfect gift for yourself or another pet lover in your life. $169 to $872 | The Oliver Gal Artist Co.; olivergal.com
Thumbnail: Photography Courtesy of Model Citizen Pet.
Editor’s note: This article first appeared in Dogster magazine. Have you seen the new Dogster print magazine in stores? Or in the waiting room of your vet’s office? Subscribe now to get Dogster magazine delivered straight to you!