These last two Christmases as we unwrapped gifts, our dog Macy wanted to join in. She chased the tissue paper, grabbed the gift wrap, and even jumped into the pile of wrappings. Too bad I didn’t know about these inexpensive Christmas gifts for dogs then!
Now that we are celebrating our third Christmas with our beloved small canine, we’ve decided to add a few Christmas gifts for dogs that she can enjoy. Read on, and you might find a few Christmas gifts for dogs you’ll want to provide on Christmas morning for your furry friend as well.
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Those smoked bones you can buy in the grocery store make our dog throw up, so we now go to the grocery and purchase a few soup bones. We boil them (and use the broth for ourselves in beef soup), dry them, and clean off any gristle she could choke on. We will have an oversized one waiting for her on Christmas morning.
These small treats from American Journey are grain-free so our little gal won’t fatten up on carbs, plus they’re made from turkey, so she can enjoy some holiday tastings while we enjoy turkey around the table.
I love Rae Dunn’s simple pottery products, and this “Live, Love, Bark” bowl is fabulously simple and cool. Our dog probably doesn’t care about the cool factor, but she does enjoy her mealtimes!8 Inexpensive Christmas Gifts For Dogs We Love Click To Tweet
This is the same recipe a friend uses to make her dog treats, so while I’m rolling out a few sugar cookies for the family, I’ll make these for Macy and even some of her friends. *Note: This recipe contains peanut butter, so careful with peanut allergies!
This chew comes in small, medium, or large, depending on the size of your furry friend. Free of latex, vinyl, and phthalates, the nubby surface helps clean teeth and gums. Stick a treat on each end, and your pet will be busy for quite some time!
I don’t think our dog will ever get bored with this interactive toy. It’s a soft, furry tree trunk with stuffed squirrels inside that your dog has to get out. It comes in sizes from junior to ginormous.
This beef-scented and flavored ball has multiple textures and a squeak to tickle all your dog’s senses as you play fetch.
We have previously purchased these toothbrush-looking treats for our dog, and she really likes them. They are made of natural vegetables like sweet potato or spinach, and they reduce plaque build-up on our dog’s teeth.