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How to Give Your Dog the Most Extra Christmas

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Christmas and the holiday season is a time of gathering with family and friends to celebrate, share good food, and exchange gifts, so why can’t your dog join in the fun? Here are just a few ways to give your dog the best Christmas ever!

Personalized Dog Stocking

These personalized quilted dog stockings are the pawfect cozy addition to your mantle this Christmas season!

Choose from a red or beige colored stocking with an embroidery personalization option. Made with a high quality cotton fabric and batting the stockings are made to last and bring some holiday joy to your dog’s Christmas. Coming in both small and large sizes you’ll be able to select the appropriate size for your dog.

Homemade Dog Pies

Did you know that pumpkin is actually a safe and tasty treat for your pups? Well they are and now you can make yummy pumpkin pie for your dog to enjoy during the holidays! Here’s a great peanut butter free recipe from Pink Cake Plate.

Matching Dog and Human Loungewear

Matching loungewear and pjs have been trending for dog lovers this holiday season and now you and your pup can participate!

Made with a premium flannel these soft and cozy matching sets you and your pup will make a statement on social media. Not to mention all the extra comfy cuddles you’ll be able to enjoy. Choose from a range of patterns and sizes. Want a more custom fit for your loungewear pants? Just leave your measurements in the notes section of your order free of charge!

Christmas Bandanas

Not all pups might be up for dressing in a sweater or funny hat, but you can’t go wrong with a festive bandana.

Check out these amazing holiday bandanas and these limited edition holiday bandanas! They are just absolutely adorable and super easy to slip right over your dog’s collar for a no slip pawfect look. You can even personalize them with your dog’s name. Just contact the maker here.

Homemade Christmas Meal

It can be tempting to feed your dog Christmas table scraps, but unfortunately for our four legged friends these foods can wreak havoc on their digestive system. Instead, try whipping up a special holiday meal just for your pup. One of my pup’s favorite combos is plain boiled chicken, rice, sweet potato, and green beans. Not only will it be a healthy alternative to table scraps, but your dog will absolutely love it! Here is a great resource I use often to ensure I make balanced meals for my two pups.

Dog Friendly Wrapping Paper

Unwrapping presents on Christmas morning is perhaps one of the most iconic holiday traditions. And now your dog can participate without worrying about your dog accidentally ingesting potentially toxic paper. Traditional wrapping paper is often treated with bleach and chlorine. Dog friendly wrapping paper is often made with soy based inks and designed to be non-toxic to pets while offering a fun way for your dog to be a part of the Christmas morning excitement! Check out Amazon for options.

Dog Santa Hat

Looking to dress your pup as Santa Paws then look no further.

These hand crocheted Santa snood hats are the perfect accessory for your pup. They are super soft and will keep your dog’s ears nice and toasty all holiday season long, not to mention they’ll make for some pretty epic Instagram photos!

Burrow Bed

Does your dog get cold easily or just love to burrow under a cozy blanket or two? Well then this is the bed for him!

With a built in blanket your dog will be able to easily “tuck” himself in and stay warm all Christmas even until Santa Paws makes his appearance. Made with a super soft and comfy fleece these beds are designed with real functionality and practicality in mind. Watson and Sherlock absolutely love theirs and know your pup will love one too.


No matter how you choose to celebrate this Christmas your pup's will love all the loves, pets, and cuddles!


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