Holiday Gifts for Dogs

Here comes the holidays! What will you get your dog for Christmas?

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Frosty Dog Toy Gift Box- Hugglehounds Small Frosty Snowman with Squeakers, 32 oz. Stainless Steel Red Dog Bowl and Plush Puppies Tuff Ones Candy Cane with Squeakers.


Dachsund with Santa Hat Bungee Dog Toy

christmas dog toy

Naughty or Nice? Planet Dog’s Lump of Coal and Snowman with Squeakers


Planet Dog Snowball and Plush Puppies Tuff Ones Plush Penguin with Squeaker


Plush Puppies Tuff Ones Christmas Tree and Candy Cane with Squeakers


Can be purchased individually


Can be purchased individually


Can be purchased individually

small frosty

HuggleHounds Snowmen Come in Large and Small


32 oz. red stainless steel dog bowl


What to Get a Dog for Christmas

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!

what to get a dog for Christmas

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

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.

Memorial Day: Service Dog Changes Wounded Veteran’s Life

I’m a proud puppy raiser, supporter and fundraiser for Canine Companions for Independence®. As Memorial Day approaches and we honor the men and women who have sacrificed their lives for us, it warms my heart to hear stories of surviving veterans and the help they are receiving from Canine Companions, service dogs given to qualifying veterans free of charge. One such recipient, U.S. Army Capt. James Van Thach, was featured this morning on the Today Show. His service dog, Liz, has returned his independence and changed the wounded veteran’s life. What a team. What an honor.


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WelcomeHorse is the bravest horse in the world. His mission is to de-spook horses all around the globe by delivering hoof printed gift boxes of carrots dropped by teams of floating plastic deer wearing blue garbage bags traveling overhead through barns by way of helium inflated mylar balloons. Results may vary.


Easter Dogs

Easter Dogs

Melba poses with her first Easter basket.


As a puppy raiser for Canine Companions for Independence, I am always looking to introduce new situations and stimuli to my puppy in training, Melba. A trip to the mall on the first day of spring sounded just about right. Here is Melba (the 3rd pup from the left, right by the bunny’s knee) and the Northeastern Ohio gang of CCI pups in training getting their photo taken with the Easter Bunny. We received tons of compliments on their amazing behavior.The secret? CCI’s breeding program produces extremely bright puppies with excellent temperaments. Just add training. They are an Easter blessing indeed.

Easter dogs