Best Christmas Presents for Dogs 2017

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Best Christmas Presents for Dogs 2017

Don’t know what to get your dog or that special dog lover in your life for Christmas? What do you get for the dog that has everything? Well, we’re here to help.

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5. The Hide-A-Squirrel Hide and Seek

Outward Hound Hide A Squirrel Puzzle Dog ToyWhat’s more fun than chasing squirrels at the park? Chasing squirrels at home of course! Well, not really, but ya can’t always get to the park.

Finally, there’s a toy version of your pup’s favorite pastime. Just stuff the squeaky squirrels in the soft tree trunk, and watch your dog pull them out one by one.

OK, when we put it that way, it doesn’t sound that fun. But it’s cute. It comes with three squeaky squirrels for your dog to play out his puppyhood fantasy of being a trained squirrel dog.

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4. Kong Classic

Kong ClassicIt’s not just a toy. It’s a Kong. If your dog doesn’t have a Kong. Get him one. Really, every dog should have a Kong or Two. It’s the gold standard for dog toys, combing his two favorite things, toys and treats.

This is probably the most durable, long-lasting toy you will ever buy for your pooch. And it’s fun, providing hours of mental and physical stimulation for your furry friend.

This is really the must-have on this list.

3. iFetch Automatic Ball Launcher

iFetch Interactive Ball Launcher for DogsHave a dog that just can’t get enough fetch in his life? Well, I for one welcome our robot ball throwing overlords.

With a little training, your dog can amuse himself for hours on end.

Once powered up, your dog drops the ball into the top of the unit and the ball is launched or your dog to fetch & return to the unit. Its rechargeable battery is good for up to 300 throws.

2. Petzi Treat Cam

Petzi Treat CamCan you just not stand being away from your baby? With a simple tap on the Petzi app, you can see, speak, snap, or treat your pet from anywhere in the world.

With its wide-angle camera with night vision, you can check in on your pooch at any time. You can talk to him, take pics of what he is doing and even dispense a treat to keep him coming back for more.

They’ve even got their own social media site where you can share pics of your cute little monster. The app works on Android and iOS.

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1. Whistle GPS Pet Tracker

Among our worst fears is losing our beloved family member. The Whistle GPS Pet Tracker uses GPS, cellular and Wi-Fi technology to keep track of where your doggy is at all times as well as his activity level.

Just clamp the small device on his existing collar and add a level of protection. You can then use the Android or iOS to get stats on your doggy’s activity, much like a Fitbit or to track him if needed.

It might be a bit expensive, but for what it does and the tech packed into this less than a 1oz box, we find it quite amazing.

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Best Christmas Presents for Dogs 2017
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Don’t know what to get your dog or that special dog lover in your life for Christmas? What do you get for the dog that has everything? Well, we’re here to help.

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