These Dog Lover Gifts Are So Fetch
Designer dog leashes, arty accessories, organic puppy spa products, and more.
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They say becoming a parent means putting your child’s needs and wants above your own and this certainly also applies to dog parents. While aggressively surveying the Internet for the best toys, treats, and clothes for their pet, they’ll often skimp on treating themselves. Similarly, we all have that one friend who’s your dog’s favorite guest. They clearly love the animals but have a paw shaped whole in their lives and hearts. Maybe they work too much, travel all the time, can’t spare the emotional bandwidth — whatever the reason a dog just isn’t in the cards for them right now. It’s not so much that they don’t want one, it’s that they can’t have one right now. Or maybe we’re just being dramatic and they’re perfectly happy only ever being a dog aunt or uncle. That still doesn’t stop them from showering other people’s pets with gifts, yet the result is the same.
Both categories of dog enthusiasts deserve their own snazzy excursions. If only somewhere there was a collection of carefully curated offerings that’d satisfy and delight both dog parents and appreciators alike — he said clearly setting up the proceeding products below. These are ideal for anyone who cares for dogs, loves dogs, or merely thinks paw prints are fashionable.
Btw, our editors (and their pets) picked out these products. They’re always in stock at the time we publish, but there’s a chance they’ll sell out. If you do buy through our links, we may earn a commission. (We’ve got a lot of toys to buy over here, you know?)
From designer duds to high-tech toys, your dog will be pretty psyched to get these gifts.
Nothing beats a thoughtful gift (and nothing evokes oohs and awws like our beloved pets).
Sean Zucker is a writer whose work has been featured in Points In Case, The Daily Drunk, Posty, and WellWell. He has an adopted Pit Bull named Banshee whose work has been featured on the kitchen floor and has behavioral issues rival his own.