Christmas Gifts For Dogs & Cats
The holiday season is around the corner, and no matter how you celebrate, we’ve got something for all the dogs and cats on your list. Our online store offers a wide range of Christmas gifts for dogs, Hanukkah pet toys, and cat Christmas presents to pamper your favorite felines.
But the best part about shopping at The Animal Rescue Site store is that our Christmas gifts for pets also feed hungry shelter animals still waiting for somebody to adopt them, thus helping homeless animals have a happy pets Christmas, too.
Presents For Cats
What’s the only thing cats love more than boxes? A Christmas gift box stuffed with plush toys and jingling balls that also provides shelter pets with a holiday meal! Other Christmas gifts for cats include fuzzy cattail cat toys, Christmas outfits for cats, and festive cat nip toys guaranteed to get your kitty into the holiday spirit. Check out our full selection of Christmas gifts for cats here.
Puppy Christmas Presents
Has your dog been a very good girl or boy this year? Reward them with bully sticks, a healthy, high-protein treat made without the chemicals or preservatives found in regular rawhide bones, or Doggie Cones, which are delicious DIY way to treat your pup to something special. Meanwhile, organic beef jerky made from 100% USA raised beef are an excellent way to reward good boys and girls and entice naughty pups to practice better behavior. We also have leashes and comfy dog beds to keep your pup safe and cozy this holiday season and beyond.
Other Christmas ideas for dogs include colorful rope toys, tug-and-throw toys, bouncy balls, and other fun stocking stuffers. We even have squeaker balls that keep your pup entertained while dispensing dog treats. Talk about the gift that keeps on giving!
Of course, giving a shelter dog or cat a loving home is the best Christmas or Hanukah present you could ever give. Not only is adopting a dog or cat a great way to share the love this holiday season, it’s also a godsend to overcrowded shelters struggling to accommodate animals during a uniquely challenging year.