Man’s best friend usually gets treated pretty well around holiday seasons. Part of the family, most dog owners treat their best buddy with a little something extra at holidays. But, what can you get for a dog owner as a gift?
For starters, you can get them something for the dog himself. Most owners would appreciate a gift for their dog. A new toy or bone that brings joy to the dog will make the owner very happy. A personalized blanket would be a nice gift because it is unique to that specific dog and owner, but it also gives them something soft to cuddle with when they are together.
You can always consider something tech-related if the dog’s owner is into high tech gadgets, and you might be able to find something that will make home maintenance easier for the pet owner.
Gift for the Dog
While you are looking for something personalized for the dog owner, don’t forget about the dog himself. If you know the dog, you probably know his preference for toys and bones. Some dogs like soft plush toys while others like hard toys that are durable.
Giving the dog a toy or a bone that he will love will certainly make the dog’s owner very happy because nothing brings joy to an owner more than seeing his dog happy.
Personalized Blankets and Beds
A personalized blanket is a great gift for many reasons. A lot of pets enjoy snuggling with their owners under a blanket. On sites like woof blankets you can get a blanket made up that has a picture of a pet printed right on it. Getting a name monogramed or a picture on a blanket makes that blanket feel truly unique, which the owner is sure to appreciate.
The dog most likely sleeps on his own bed, or maybe in the owner’s bed. Even if he sleeps in his owner’s bed, he probably has a bed in the house to relax on other times of the day. Getting a new bed for him with his name monogrammed is a great way to show you care about both dog and owner.
Consider something practical like a gift card to their favorite pet store. Don’t think this is tacky, instead it shows thought and that you understand that each dog is unique and only the owner knows best his dog preferences. If the owner has a hard time paying his bills throughout the year, he might appreciate a little money towards food for his best friend.
Consider a variety of different practical gifts, like coasters, collars, or other home decorations. Sometimes owners appreciate the practical gifts for their home that they might not otherwise buy themselves.
A Tech Gadget
If the dog owner always gets the latest iPhone, you might want a great tech gadget for his dog or cat. This could include something that makes home life easier like an air purifier so both dog and human are breathing in clean air, or maybe a specialized vacuum that will clean up after the dog.