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Stocking Stuffers for Dogs and Dog Lovers

Don’t leave Fido out in the cold this Christmas when it comes to his own stocking stuffed with goodies. From tasty treats to chew toys, we’ve dug up some of our favorite finds for the season of giving. We also found some pretty great gifts for dog lovers too!

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Start with the Stocking

Price: $19.20 at Chewy

Make sure your pooch has a personal place for all the goodies they’ll get for being on the nice list this year with this adorable stocking by Frisco. It’s got the classic red, green and white color scheme, with a Happy Pawlidays graphic, and a custom text field with space for up to 12 characters, perfect for your pet’s name.

Polkadog Holiday Treats

Price: $5.99 at Polkadog

‘Tis the season for treats and these tasty morsels from Polkadog will have your dog drooling. With ingredients like sweet potato, apple, beef, chicken and duck, each one is packed into a 2.5 oz tube — the perfect, bite size for your dog’s stocking.

Socks That Say It All

Price: $11.99 at Amazon

These fun, novelty socks from Lavley, proudly proclaim “I’d Rather Be With My Dog.” Dog moms, dog dads, veterinarians and animal lovers will go mutts over finding these socks in their stockings Christmas morning.

Holiday Classic Collection

Price: $59.90 (set of five toys) at CityDog

More than one stocking to fill? Or, do you simply want to spoil your one pup? Either way, these Christmas favorites from our friends at P.L.A.Y. include a Gingerbread Man, Bag o’ Candy Canes, Hot Chocolate, Yule Log and Roasted Turkey that will make your morning extra sweet and memorable. Enjoy 18% off with code CITYDOG18.

Paw Print Beanie

Price: $34.99 at Etsy

This paw print beanie is not only super soft, it’s customizable. Choose your favorite color, whether you want it with or without a pom pom — even the color of the heart inside of the paw print.

Personalized Wine Label

Price: $24 at District 52

These wine labels have a story to tell — your pup’s story! Simply send District 52 a photo and a few bits of information and they will create a personalized wine label, complete with a custom story on the back. Perfect to take as gift to your next holiday party or under the tree for your favorite, Fido-loving oenophile.

Mugshot Gift Set

Price: $100 at District 52

Give the gift of laughter with this fun Mugshot Mug gift box from District 52. It includes a custom mugshot mug with personalized police report on back, your choice of Grounds & Hounds coffee, donut squeaky toy, and two-sided “bail pending” custom keychain with skeleton key.

Dog Box: 100 Postcards

Price: $17 at Amazon

Dog Box celebrates every breed, style and variety with 100 postcards by 10 different artists. Terriers, rottweilers, goldendoodles, pugs and rescue mixes — this playful collection includes a pooch for every pet lover.

Treat Fido with CBD

Price: $25 at CBD Living

The holidays, particularly New Year’s Eve, can be a stressful time for pups and CBD can help. From tinctures to chews, gel caps and salves, CBD Living Pet products are an all-natural way to help your pets manage their anxiety for the holiday weekend and beyond.

Deck the Paws

Price: $27.99 (harness) at Sassy Woof

Bring classy, fashion-forward looks to your loving pooch this season with the holiday collection from Sassy Woof. This dapper, Deck the Paws tartan print is available in a harness, bandana, bow tie, collar and leash.

Be Kind with EcoKind

Price: $25 at Chewy

These yummy Yak Chews from EcoKind are an ancient recipe from the Himalayas in Nepal made with yak’s and cow’s milk that is made to digest easily and be very gentle for sensitive stomachs. Your dog will LOVE them – plus will keep them occupied during holiday parties! Plus, all of EcoKind’s treats are 100% natural.

Save the Bees

Prices vary at Project Hive

We love the mission behind Project Hive Pet Company — to use business as a force for good. Essentially, they bring joy to dogs by making the best possible dog toys and treats, using thoughtful design, quality ingredients, and sustainable materials. Better yet, your purchase of Project Hive products helps to save bees by planting wildflowers — restoring vital habitat for the declining bee population. So, go to Project Hive, grab a gift bundle for Bowzer, and save some bees!

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Brandie Ahlgren is founder and editor of CityDog Magazine. She, and her team of dog-loving editors, dig up the best places for you to sit, stay and play with your four-legged friends. Brandie, and her boxer Thya, reside in West Seattle and can often be found hanging out at Westcrest Dog Park.

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