Believe it or not, Christmas is right around the corner, and holiday shopping is in full
swing! It’s the most wonderful time of the year – and that means gifting for the whole family.
It’s no surprise that pet owners love to spoil their furry friends during the holiday season by
showering them with pet gifts.
We wanted to put a list together of gifts for your pups this year!
1. No Stuffing Squeak Toys: Tired of cleaning up all the fluff from plush toys? These are
perfect for dogs that love to rip out all the stuffing from toys.
2. Subscription to BarkBox: It’s a subscription service where every month a box full of cool
dog treats and toys is delivered to your doorstep. Getting a delivery every month is
exciting! Most importantly, it’s also a convenient way to try out new treats and toys that you probably
never would have heard of. A standard subscription gets you two bags of treats, two
toys and a chew for $22 a month.
3. Furbo: A treat dispensing dog camera to entertain them. The Furbo camera lets you
throw treats via an app and check in on your dogs while you're away.
4. Benebone: A chew toy that will last forever! Benebone’s are made with USA-sourced nylon
and flavored with USA-sourced real ingredients – real peanuts, white meat chicken, or bacon.
You won’t be disappointed with In the Company of Dog’s collection of dog pillows, carriers,
leather dog harnesses, collars, and dog clothing. In the Company of Dogs is a dog’slovers as
well as a dog owners’ best friend.
However, they also offer the Benefab® Canine Comfort Shirt
and the Canine Comfort Sleeves!
Both are Lightweight, breathable 4-way stretch poly/spandex that is infused with minerals that
emit therapeutic FAR-infrared rays to keep muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments supple and
relaxed. The Sleeves are used to provide therapy for front legs and shoulder joints. The Shirt
eases anxiety, promotes blood circulation, and increases oxygen flow to soothe pain and
stiffness. In conclusion, the compression shirt increase mobility, relieves joint pain, due to age, inflammation