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Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Dog Lover

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Holiday Gift Guide 2018: For the Dog Lover

December 12, 2018

For the four-legged animal in your life who requires multiple walks a day, thinks nothing of gnawing on your new slippers, refuses to play nice with the mailperson—and loves you more than anything (even chasing after squirrels).

N.B.: You can use this list also for the doting dog parent on your list.

A Cushy Nest

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Above: Does this come in queen size? Mungo & Maud’s Igloo Bed, stuffed with downy polyfill, guarantees a sound slumber for your canine love. With a 14.5-inch diameter, it’s sized to fit small breeds (think a chihuahua or Pomeranian); $265.

A Soft Travel Bed

Above: This is not the first time we’ve recommended Cloud 7’s travel beds. We’ve long admired the German brand’s simple design and quality materials. Its machine-washable Tweed Travel Bed comes in two sizes; $106 and $136 at Amara.

Something to Chew On

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Above: Tuck an antler chew into your dog’s stocking. Biting on one helps remove tartar and plaque builup. The Antler Chews from Blue Ridge Bath & Body Co. are sourced from antlers that are naturally shed by deer every winter in the Rocky Mountains; $8.88 each.

Toys You Can Both Love

Above: There is no reason to have unattractive dog toys. Harry Barker make some great, well-designed options, including these squeaking Shark Canvas Dog Toys with eco fiberfill ($12 and $14) and the Cotton Rope Tug & Toss Dog Toy (from $8).

A Wooden Puzzle

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Above: Dog & Co’s Cheeky’s Challenge Treat Game is constructed from solid wood in upstate New York. It’s designed to be both a fun mental and physical activity for your dog; hide treats under pegs or sliders and marvel as she figures out how to get to them; $62.

A Cool Dog Tag

Designed exclusively for Mr. Dog by Brooklyn-based Gauge NYC, the Brass Initial Dog Tag is available in every letter of the alphabet; $60.
Above: Designed exclusively for Mr. Dog by Brooklyn-based Gauge NYC, the Brass Initial Dog Tag is available in every letter of the alphabet; $60.

Stylish Bandanas

Above: Billy Wolf makes bandanas just for the canine set. Pictured are the Davis Bandana and the Beau Bandana; $25 each.

An All-Weather Coat

The Wagwear Colorblock Rainbreaker protects dogs from rain and wind. It comes in multiple sizes; starting at $48 at Dog & Co.
Above: The Wagwear Colorblock Rainbreaker protects dogs from rain and wind. It comes in multiple sizes; starting at $48 at Dog & Co.

A Necessary Accessory

Above: The modern, minimalist Poop Bag Carrier features a serrated opening for easy bag dispensing. The soft holder comes in multiple colors (shown are tan and gray); $12.

Ceramic Dog Bowls

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Above: Dog bowls are on display all the time; why not make sure they’re nice to look at? We especially like Farmhouse Pottery’s Laurel Dog Bowls; $48 each.

Now, what to get the bipeds in your life? See:

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