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The Top 4 Christmas Gifts for Your Pet This Holiday Season



It's that time of year again when we all start scrambling to find the perfect gifts for our loved ones. If you're like most pet lovers, you want to make sure your pets have just as much fun as everyone else during the holiday season.

But with so many new and exciting toys on the market, it can be tough to choose the right ones. Don’t worry—we've done the research for you!

Here are our top 4 recommendations for fun, safe gifts for your pet this holiday season!

  1. Kong toys - these rubber toys are perfect for stuffing with treats or peanut butter, and they come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Kongs give your dog something to do while you're busy working or taking care of kids. Try freezing peanut butter in a Kong to keep your dog busy even longer!

  2. Puzzle feeders - puzzles feeders are a great way to keep your pet mentally stimulated and help prevent boredom. Snuffle mats are also fun. Hide treats inside and give your dog the chance to scavenge!

  3. Stocking stuffers - get your dog or cat a stocking and stuff it with little treats and toys from the dollar store. You can usually find all sorts of goodies that are only a dollar, and yes, your dog will probably destroy the stuffed toys in 5 minutes, but if you're only paying a dollar, who cares? Let them have 5 minutes of fun!

  4. Wrap a present - this is probably the easiest and cheapest gift to entertain your pet. All you need is a box, newspaper, treats and peanut butter. Wrap little treats in newspaper and stuff them in a box that has the top removed. Then, wrap the box in newspaper, but instead of using tape to seal the wrapping, use peanut butter. If you've got a cat, you don't need the peanut butter. The cat will love having a box of newspaper to search through for treats!

The holidays are a time for giving, and what could be more fun than giving your pet the best toys and gifts on the market? We hope this list will help make your decision easier so you can focus on enjoying the holiday season with your loved ones.


From all of us here at Doggy's Big Day, we wish you and your pets a safe and happy holiday!


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