Ten perfect holiday gifts for your dog

December 21, 2015

Ten perfect holiday gifts for your dog

Our best canine friends give us unconditional love all year long. At Christmas time, delight your dog with a present that shows your love back! Here are ten of our favourite holiday finds in the Pounce & Hound Fine Pet Goods shop, to keep your pooch happy, healthy and having fun!

1. Muttluks All-weather Booties

Keep your dog's paws warm and dry, no matter what the weather, with sturdy Muttluks. The best original brand, guaranteed to stay on! Made in Canada.

2. Eyenimal Pet Vision Camera

Keep an eye on your dog's antics at home at at the kennel with this awesome nanny cam for dogs! This device connects to your mobile device for unlimited viewing, and has all the bells and whistles: infared night vision, swivel... You can even talk to your dog! "Get off the sofa!"

3. Christmas Turkey Toy

You may not want to change your pet's diet, but that doesn't mean they can't have turkey on the big day! These cute stuffies are backed by tear-resistant mesh for slower devouring.

4. Beaded Dog Collars

Absolutely gorgeous and totally tough, these beautiful wood bead collars are made on a metal wire, and closed with a black buckle. Available even for the biggest dog necks! Handmade just for Pounce & Hound by a lovely lady in Calgary.

 

5. Anti-Anxiety Thundershirt

Using gentle compression, soft and comfortable Thundershirts sooth your overly-anxious dog. Great for storms, travel, being alone and other anxieties, such as New Year's Eve fireworks!

6. Perfect-fit Adjustable Bow Tie

Ring in the holidays in style with these dapper doggy bow ties from Huxley & Kent. Made to last more than one event (unlike some of the others on the market.) Reuseable for New Years parties, and the summer weddings later this year!

7. Bowzers Delightfully Comfortable Beds

Beloved by every dog and pet parent, Bowzers high quality pet beds are not only insanely comfortable, but also stylish and totally machine washable (yes, even the Rottweiler-sized beds!) Made in Canada with recycled fill. PS: Yes! We do custom orders to match your decor!

 

8. Sleepypod Clickit Seatbelts

Did you see the CBC Marketplace episode on dog seatbelts? The Sleepypod seatbelts were the ONLY ones that passed the crash test! Keep you and your pooch safe when traveling. Sold exclusively in Kelowna by Pounce & Hound.

9. Tuffy Dino Toys

No toy is completely dog proof, but this is absolutely the toughest stuffie on the market! In small to humongous styles, Tuffy sharks, dinos and rings are perfect for the rougher-playing stuffy-loving dogs.

10. ChillyDog Sweaters

Our best selling gifts of all are the fabulous cozy, fairtrade and handmade ChillDog sweaters. We can't promise they will win any ugly sweater contests, but we can promise that your dog wil be snug, warm and fashionable in these gorgeous wool sweaters. Made in South America at a fairtrade coop.

All these awesome cat gifts and more can be found year-round at Pounce & Hound Fine Pet Goods, 2720 Richter Street, Kelowna, BC, Canada.

www.PounceandHound.com

Come visit! Dogs welcome!






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