Have you been racking your brain trying to think about what to get your pet for the holidays?
Would you love to get your neighbour’s dog a gift?
Maybe your Aunt Thelma’s cat wants something special.
We’ve consulted our team, and each one has shared their favourite pet gift idea. The end result is an awesome list of great holiday gift ideas for your dog or cat.
Please keep in mind that any toys and treats should only be used under owner supervision, and that treats should be doled out in moderation so your furry companion doesn’t have to start the new year with a diet resolution.
For products that are available through our web store, we’ve linked to them there. For products we don’t carry, we’ve tried to provide an alternate source. Happy shopping!
Kelsey: Kong Wobbler The Kong Wobbler Treat and Food dispensing toy is designed to attract and entertain. The Kong Wobbler makes playtime fun and rewarding by dispensing small treats. Used as a mealtime feeder, it also slows rapid eating and helps fight boredom and obesity by encouraging cats to work for their food. It’s available for both dogs and cats.
Dani: Catmosphere. A great way for you to limit your cats food/treats and enrich their daily routine by adding food or treats to the ball. They have to play and keep the ball moving in order to get more.
Dr. Grams: Catnip Dental Health Chews Cat Toy. These toys are great for cat-the netting helps remove soft tartar and massages gums as cat chews. They are filled with catnip and fibrous catnip stalks to satisfy the natural desire to crunch and chew, and they’re lightweight to bat, carry and chew.
Jenny: Thundershirt. If your dog or cat has anxiety, this cozy shirt may be the perfect holiday gift. This dog and cat anxiety vest can be used to help stressful situations: vet visits, thunderstorms, fireworks, car rides, separation anxiety, etc.
Dr. Ellison: A good old fashion snuggle cuddle. Sometimes the best gifts don’t cost anything!