Every dog loves treats, often used as a reward when your dog does a trick or does something good, they are also ideal if he is just being good to you. But remember, if you buy treats as a gift you probably will not want to put them under your Christmas tree because if you do, your dog may smell the treats and help themselves. Ideas for dog treats include, dog muffins and cookies, dog biscuits and dental treats.
You dog may need some new accessories, especially if theirs are worn or chewed. Buying new accessories as a Christmas gift provides a great way to get rid of the old stuff, that has seen better days. Some great accessory ideas include a new dog cage, a collar, a leash or even new doggy clothes.
Toys are a great way of ensuring your pet is occupied, they are also a great way of helping your dog get the exercise they need without them realising they are getting in. There are so many different dog toys on the market, you will be spoilt for choice so finding the best one shouldn't be an issue. To name just a few ideas are tennis balls, a ball launcher, a rope bone or a tug and toss toy.
Grooming supplies are another fantastic gift that can benefit your pooch. No one's a fan of a smelly dog so you might want to consider items such as shampoo, nail clippers, bathing brush or a flea comb. If you don't want them to be the main present, you could always use them as stocking fillers.