Stocking Stuffers for your Dog

altIt’s never too early to start looking for great holiday stocking stuffers to spoil your dog or the dog lover in your life.

For anyone who suffers from pet allergies and needs to minimize the amount of pet fur that’s floating around in their living environment, this Furminator grooming tool will do a great job at keeping the furballs from building up on your carpets and around the corners of your home.

 

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I’ve used this tool to groom my own dog for a couple of years now, and while at first glance it might seem to be a little on the pricey side, from my own experience, I can tell you this product is well made and well worth it. It’s available in two different sizes and they also offer a model that is specifically designed for grooming cats too.

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My dog is a Golden Retriever, so he absolutely loves plush animal toys that he can carry around in his mouth like a pacifier. But I have to be selective in which toys I choose for him, because he has a tendancy to tear toys apart and ends up ingesting some of their stuffing material, which is not at all a good thing.  So when I came across this adorable Stuffless Crinkle Moose I thought it would be just perfect to put into his Christmas Stocking this year.

Yay, no more worries about coming home and finding miles of stuffing strewn all over the living room and my dog with a tummy ache from ingesting that awful stuffing material.

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I’m not even sure how to approach justifying splurging on this adorable holiday dog collar, other than to say, it’s festive, it’s red and it comes complete with a row of darling jingle bells, need I say more than that? It’s available in 3 different sizes with brass-finished hardward and each bell is carefully riveted onto the collar, so they won’t fall off too easily.

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