Gift Ideas for Dog People
Take a look at these great holiday gift ideas for dog people, when the people on your Christmas shopping list love dogs.
Some of the gifts are just for the people.
While other presents are for the dogs, which is also good for the humans who love them.
Choose practical or fun gifts, since dogs definitely need presents, too.
Gift Guide Picks
I’m really impressed with the quality we get from TruDog and, of course, so are the dogs.
They love the treats and are always excited, when it’s treat time.
TruDog treats and food are made with high quality ingredients that you can see.
They don’t use fillers, so it is just the good stuff that your dog gets.
DoggieLawn is a practical gift that dogs and their humans will love.
Lawns are the natural choice, when a dog needs to go.
The DoggieLawn is always available, even when you’re not home or when it isn’t convenient to take your dog out for a walk.
When it is time to change out your grass, the old one can be tossed into your green waste bin.
Raw Paws has put together 3 great gift boxes that will make dogs and the people who love them happy.
Each box contains a fun and delicious assortment or treats and accessories based on the size of your dog.
There are boxes for small dogs and puppies, medium dogs and large dogs, so it’s easy to get an appropriate assortment of presents.
This Raw Paws gift boxes make shopping easy, since they have put together such a nice assortment in one convenient box.
Chippin Superfood Snacks
These Chippin Superfood Snacks are a real treat for your pup!
They are made with nutritious peanut butter, cricket and pumpkin.
Yes, cricket! This is a planet friendly protein.
Cookbook for Dogs: Doggy Desserts
Cookbooks are good for people, but it’s also fun to cook for the four legged family members with the Doggy Desserts cookbook.
Dog lovers can having fun making dog friendly treats with this cookbook.
Of course, your pups will love the recipes that include cakes, cookies, muffins and frozen desserts.
- Doggy Birthday Cake
- Pumpkin Muffins
- Sweet Potato Biscuits
Learn how to draw dogs in 10 easy steps with this beautifully illustrated art book.
By breaking the drawing process down into steps, even a novice can follow along and get good results.
The book is beautifully illustrated and simple to use, so it is a great gift for an artistic dog lover.
Adorable puppies are all over the pages of the Cute Christmas coloring book.
Kids can enjoy the cuteness, even if they don’t color in the lines.
Of course, adults will enjoy the details in the images and the relaxation that comes along with coloring.
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Additional Holiday Gift Guides
Following are fantastic gift ideas for the whole family, so you can use the guides to find gifts for Christmas and other special occasions.
- Gift Ideas for Self Care
- Gift Ideas for Weekend Travelers
- Tea Lovers Gift Guide
- Coffee Lovers Gift Guide
- Gift Ideas for Home Cooks
- Whiskey Lovers Gift Ideas
- Games for Teens and Adults
- Toy Ideas for Tweens
- Toy Ideas for Little Kids
- Gifts for Minions Fans
- Gifts for Space Jam Fans
- Art and Craft Books
For great deals on a beautiful assortment of gifts and necessities for adults, teens, kids and babies, check out these familiar online stores.
- Home Depot
- Banana Republic
- Just Flowers
- Old Navy
- American Girl
Free Holiday Printables to Download
Check out my free Christmas printables, when you are looking for fun activities to do at home.
Following are a few that your family may enjoy:
- Christmas Scattergories
- Santa’s Word Scramble
- Christmas Word Search
- Christmas Tree Coloring Page
- My Christmas Wish List Coloring Page
Some are educational, but others are just plain fun.
There are coloring pages, crafts, word puzzles, mazes, memory games and many other family friendly activities.
Crafts are fun all year long, but they are extra magical at holiday time.
Following are some of my favorite Christmas accordion leg crafts.
Each one has a free template that you can download.
- Polar Bear
- Christmas Tree
- Ice Skater
- Santa Claus
- Mrs. Claus
What would you like to do with your family first?