What to get the dog for Christmas? Here are a few ideas from our golden retriever, Sydney, pretending to snooze with visions of dog toys dancing in her head. Sydney, Get Up!
Mom’s right. I was faking it. What dog toys would I like? Oh boy, oh boy!
Retrievers are soft mouthed dogs, but we love to chew toys. Okay, we love to destroy toys. If you’re like me, you may want to choose the following:
Two great toys from Kyjen are Plush Puppy Tuff Ones Christmas Tree and Candy Cane with a squeaker and a rattle. The seams are double stitched with nylon and the fabric is as tough as plush dog toy fabric can get. Available to send to a dog you love, get the Tuff Pup Holiday Gift Box and all the toys you’ll see below at WelcomePup.com.
For those pups who enjoy ice cubes and snow, there’s the Holiday Chill Gift Box, a combination of Kyjen’s Plush Puppy Tuff Ones Penguin and Planet Dog’s uber-tough Snowball.
Naughty? Nice? You decide with the Planet Dog Holiday Gift Box.
Okay, enough chewing. You’re getting frisky now. Here’s a great tug-o-war toy for dogs. It’s the Holiday Bungee Dachshund Gift Box.
Sometimes you just want to eat and cuddle by the fireplace like a good retriever. This Large Snowman Gift Box will do the trick. Have Mom load up the one quart red stainless steel bowl with kibble or better yet, biscuits! That’ll put you in the holiday spirit. Then cuddle up to a HuggleHounds corduroy and plush snowman with squeakers. Ah, that’s good.
Or this one is good. It’s the Candy Cane Dog Toy Gift Box…
Or do I like Reindeer Games Gift Box, hmm?
For my little doggie friends, here is the Frosty Dog Toy Gift Box. The same one quart bowl, but paired with a small HuggleHounds snowman (just like I had above) and a Kyjen Tuff Ones candy cane. Just right!
So there you have it–plenty of dog toy choices for the holiday season. Don’t forget that you can buy these for yourself or send them to a dog you love. Tis the season!
From all of us here at WelcomePup.com, Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night…and don’t forget to leave a dog biscuit out for Santa.