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Since many consider their dogs part of the family, it’s important not to forget them during the season of giving. With the holidays right around the corner, the last thing you want is to worry about is what presents to get your furry family member. (No matter how cute they are.) That’s why All Star Grooming has made a list of 10 gifts you can get your dog!

Dog Treat Maker

With a dog treat maker, you know exactly what is in the treats and you can be as creative as you want! There are tons of dog treat batter recipes out there so you and your dog can have fun figuring out which flavors work best for your pooch.

Picture: “Dash Mini Dog Treat Maker” from Target ($15.99)

Pet Heating Pad

The winter months can be hard for dogs who are elderly, have bad joints, or those who just hate the cold. Giving them the gift of comfort and warmth with a pet heating pad is a sure-fire way to get tail-wagging approval.

Picture: “Toozey Pet Heating Pad” from Amazon ($39.99)

Snuggle Puppy Behavioral Aid Dog Toy

This toy is perfect for any dog that gets easily stressed out by everyday occurrences. It features a “real-feel” heartbeat and a heat source to mimic the feeling of being closer to another that your dog may crave when stressed. This toy can help reduce barking and whining.

Picture: “Smart Pet Love Snuggle Puppy Behavioral Aid Dog Toy” from Chewy ($38.63)

Dog DNA Test

Are you interested in finding out more about your dog’s genetic makeup and health history? Now you can find out! There are many dog DNA tests out there that can give you all kinds of information on your dog, even their family tree!

Picture: “Embark Breed + Health Kit” from Embark ($135)

Dog Water Bottle

If you and your dog go on long walks and hikes frequently, it would be a good idea to keep this type of water bottle with you. It’s sleek, leak-proof design makes it easy to take with you everywhere and for any occasion.

Picture: “UPSKY Dog Water Bottle” from Amazon ($10.49)

Dental Sticks

These can work as a two-in-one delicious snack for your dog and tooth cleaning tool! These can help reduce tartar and plaque buildup in your dog’s teeth to keep them clean and healthy. The best part? Your dog will think it’s just a delicious snack!

Picture: “PetHonesty Oral Hygiene Fresh Sticks” from Amazon ($14.99)

BarkBox Subscription

BarkBoxes feature two toys, two treats, and a chewy stick that are conveniently delivered right to your door. When you subscribe, you pay $23 per month for each box. Your first box will ship immediately and then once per month thereafter. It’s a party in a box every month!

Picture: “BarkBox” from BarkBox ($23/month)

Orvis Side-Release Buckle Collar

These personalized, adjustable collars help ensure your dog’s safety with your phone number stitched right onto one side of sturdy nylon. It features a heavy-duty release buckle and a steel D-ring for extra durability.

Picture: “Personalized Side-Release Buckle Collar” from Orvis ($19.95)

Treat Dispenser Ball Toy

This toy can keep your dog entertained as they roll and kick the ball around trying to get the tasty treats inside. This type of mental and physical stimulation can help keep your dog happy, healthy and engaged, which can lead them to be less prone to destructive behaviors.

Picture: “Pet Zone IQ Treat Dispenser Ball Dog Toy” by Chewy ($13.95)

No Stuffing, Plush Dog Toys

If your dog has a habit of chewing up their toys and eating the stuffing inside, this gift is perfect for them. It also has a squeaker inside that will keep your small to medium-sized dog entertained for hours.

Picture: “ZippyPaws – Holiday Squeakie Buddies No Stuffing Plush Dog Toy” by Amazon ($9.99)

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