November 18, 2021

10 Christmas Ideas For Dogs

Looking for the best dog toys for Christmas. Here are the top 10 dog toys from the Wild Love Tails Team. Keep in mind when picking the best toys for your dog, how much they like to chew, bike, fetch and play. Not all toys are for all dogs, but these are great options for a wide range of dog play.

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10 Christmas Gift Ideas For Dogs

1. Dog Balls, Launders & Guns

Dog Balls, Launchers & Guns

Let Santa toss dog tennis balls in the stocking, wrap a Nerf Dog Ball Gun under the tree or a collection of ChuckIt! Balls and Launchers.

2. Go Glow In The Dark

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West Pay Glow In The Dark Disc

One of our favorites, this glow in the dark dog frisbee is a great choice for evening and night play with your pups. Easy to grab and throw, this is a great choice for dogs who need daily exercise, love to play fetch and can be used day and night.

Glow In The Dark Football

This easy to grab dog toy football is ideal for ball toss with your pup. The white sections glow in the dark, making it ideal for early mornings and later evening outdoor play.

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Planet Dog Glow In The Dark Disc

Made in the USA, this glow in the dark disc is the perfect gift for dogs who love to fetch. Durable, strong and long lasting. This great dog toy is perfect for the beach, river and later night play.

Glow in the dark toys make it more fun to play with dogs after work, later evenings or early in the morning. Don’t lose time with your dog due to a little darkness.

3. Christmas Themed Pet Toys

Slip a Santa chew toy, red & green tennis balls or holiday mice into your pet’s stocking. A great prop for holiday photos, family pictures or decorate the tree, that keeps giving.

4. Bone-Like Dog Toys

Benebone Dog Stick

Made in the USA, this unique stick dog bone is flavored with maple or bacon and a great choice for dogs who who love bones or sticks. Great for tossing or dog play.

5. Give A Tug

Tug Of War Ropes

Give the gift of a tug of war with a set of ropes that are made just for the tug. Train your dog to find the rope when they want to play, making your holiday gift one that keeps giving.

6. All About Animal Prints

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Animal Skin Dog Toys

Give the fun of plush without the stuffing.

Animal Print Tennis Balls

One of our favorite toys this year, these animal print tennis balls look great and are fun to toss. Fun for an animal themed party, stocking stuffer or pet party treat bags too.

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Plush Animal Skin Dog Bones

Great ornaments for Christmas Tree Ornaments, play or tags.

7. Dinosaur Dog Bone

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Dinosaur Dog Bone – we just love this over-sized dog bone that looks a lot like a dinosaur bone. What fun for dogs to chew, fetch or even bury. A great dog gift for dinosaur loving families.

8. Handmade Dog Toy

9. Interactive Dog Toys

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Give your dog the gift of training with this interactive treat puzzle that will keep them entertained during the day, increase their pet IQ and give them a little enjoyment under the Christmas Tree.

10. Dog Toy Organizers

While you are gathering up pet toys to wrap and slip under the tree, consider picking up a cute way to store your pet’s toys that fit with your home decor style. Here are a few of our favorites.

Fill this wicker dog bone basket with your favorite eco-friendly, leather or interactive toys to create the perfect pet Christmas gift. Snap it shut and turn the closure to let you pup open the lid all by themselves. A great way to store pet toys, treats, apparel and more.

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