Christmas is right around the corner, and you’re probably already working on the list of people you need to buy gifts for. But while you’re making that list, don’t forget your furry friend, the family dog. You already consider your pupper a part of the family, so why not add them to your Christmas list? In this article, you’ll find a few pleasant presents for the puppy dog in your life.
In a human, there is nothing worse than having an ear infection, it’s almost as bad as having toothache. You try to prevent those aches by keeping your ears clean and the same holds true for your dog. But since you can’t get down into your dog’s ear canal with a Q-tip, getting them a dog ear cleaner for Christmas is the best way to keep your dog’s ears healthy. Not only does it work to prevent infections, but the cleaner also keeps their ears clean and increases the ability to hear as well.
You’re probably going to be taking a lot of walks with your furry friend over the busy holiday season, whether it’s to get them out of the house when preparations are being made for the holidays, or simply for your daily walks. The streets are certainly going to be busier with holiday travel being on the uptick, so you want to make sure you have the best dog harness available to keep your pup secure, safe, and comfy on your walks. A lightweight but durable dog harness, with a helpful adjustment strap, makes the perfect present for your canine pal, because it keeps them safe and secure as the holidays proceed but is the perfect fit all year round!
What dog, big or small, doesn’t love to get chew toys as presents? Not to mention that all-natural chew toys have quite a few different benefits, from helping with dental care, to giving your pup something to do when you’re busy with Christmas preparations. It’s natural for your dog to chew on things, so giving them chew toys for Christmas is helpful to them and better for your furniture as well.
The trend of subscription boxes has really picked up in the last couple of years. You can get a box for everything from books to self-care items and kitchen stuff to coffee. You can also get subscription boxes for your dog. Why not start a subscription for your pup for Christmas this year. You can keep it all year long and it’ll be like Christmas morning once a month for the two of you.
Your pup might already have a doggie bed, but it’s never a bad idea to upgrade. Besides, today they have doggy beds that are heated and even some that massage your dog as they sleep. On top of upgrading, you need to have the right type of bed for your dog anyway. The bed that was right when your dog was a puppy, certainly isn’t going to be right for your pup now that he’s an adult. He’s probably outgrown that first bed, and they do wear with age and become less comfortable for your pal. Wrap up one of those amazing modern beds for your pup this Christmas. You’ll be glad you did and your pup will thank you.
These are just a few of the best gifts you can give the furry member of your family for Christmas this upcoming season. Don’t forget, in the midst of the hustle and bustle, that the best gift you can give your furry bundle of joy is your time, love, and compassion. The holidays can be rough on a dog, so make sure to calm them and spend as much time with your pup as you can.