3 Things To Put In Your Dog's Christmas Stocking

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If you are a pet lover--especially a dog lover--then you likely go out for your pets on holidays. You celebrate their birthday, Easter, the 4th of July, Halloween, and even Christmas. With the holidays just around the corner, you may already be daydreaming about what you're going to get your dog for Christmas. If you really want to spoil them, then consider filling a Christmas stocking with a few of their favorite things (and maybe even a few new things to try). This article will take a closer look at three things that you should consider putting in your dog's Christmas stocking this year. 

A New Dog Collar

If you take your dog for long walks all the time, then consider getting them a new dog collar. A new black fine leather dog collar should last a really long time because leather is durable and resilient. Plus, if your dog is notorious for chewing on their dog collar, then the leather should hold up fairly well to all of the bite marks. Additionally, you can also ask if you can have the black fine leather dog collar engraved with their name on it for an extra personal touch. 

A New Ball

if there's one way for you to tire your dog out before it's bedtime, it's with a ball. As a gift this Christmas, surprise them with a new ball or two inside of their stocking. When you're looking for a ball for your dog, make sure that it doesn't contain any sort of material that can be hazardous to them. For instance, some balls have rubber on the outside that can be hazardous to dogs if swallowed. Make sure to talk to the pet store about which balls are the safest. 


No Christmas stocking would be complete for your favorite furry friend without dog treats. This year, consider getting your dog some homemade dog treats from a local dog bakery. Homemade treats tend to have fewer ingredients and additives, which makes them a healthier choice. 

Spoiling your furry friend for Christmas is a fun way for you to show them that they are loved. Plus, it's a fun excuse to go shopping for them. Use the tips listed in this article to fill your dog's stocking and make it a Christmas that they hopefully won't forget anytime soon. To learn more about suggestions, contact a pet store near you.