10+ Gift Ideas For The Family Pet
While human loved ones probably dominate your gift list, your four-legged friends need love, too. Here are 10 great gifts under $150 for Spot, Fluffy and the other animals in your life, plus one amazing splurge from a cool Canadian company.
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These handsome ID tags come in two sizes, so they work for both cats and dogs. Made of solid brass, they’re easy to engrave for a personal touch.
Far more civilized than a laser pointer, this colorful cat toy is made with eco-friendly felt and a durable leather cord.
A festive headband will get even the tiniest four-legged friend in the holiday spirit.
A mild formula and pretty lavender scent makes this pet-friendly shampoo and conditioner the perfect indulgence for your pup, while a no-rinse cleaning spritz keeps her smelling sweet between baths.
A pretty wave motif adds nautical charm to this sturdy ceramic food bowl.
Made of corrugated cardboard, this curvy cat scratcher is a mod addition to your living space, and it comes with catnip, so kitty will definitely like it, too.
A pretty new leash is a stylish way to start the new year, especially when it features a cool, dip-dyed effect.
Well-behaved pups get rewarded with a bucket full of toys, which includes a Santa-shaped chew toy, hard-wearing rope and festive tennis balls for playing fetch.
Dog-friendly outerwear is everywhere these days, but nothing is as cool as a classic wool duffle coat in The Bay’s iconic stripes. Fido will be the best-dressed pup at the dog park.
Whether you’ve got a dachshund or not, this bowl holder is adorable — and heavy enough that it’s not easily tipped over. Splash out on a monogrammed pet bed cover, which comes in on-trend buffalo check and two sizes, so it works for both cats and dogs.
We can’t get over these stunning pet beds, designed by Toronto-based boutique Pup & Kit. Yes they’re expensive, but we love the mid-century mod look of the Joey high-back dog bed, while the Missy cat cave picks up on the geometric trend that’s still going strong.