Pet gifts.

When it comes to giving, there are a few different approaches. You might try to appeal to the recipient’s interest in convenience, aesthetics, comfort, or technology. And, depending on your budget, you can vary your gift-giving style. The good news is that there is truly no shortage of options available for pets and their people. If anything, the market is totally saturated with pet gift options. To save you both time and money, we’ve compiled a list of this season’s best pet gifts that aim to please everybody.

Snoozy Upgrades

We all hold on to certain things longer than we should. Being sentimental about a pet’s bed makes sense, especially if they’ve slept in it since they were a puppy or kitten. If it appears a little worse for wear, though, you might want to consider upgrading to a super luxurious bed like this one from Casper or this snuggle bed, or invest in a memory foam couch for ultimate napping. 

Getting Clever

Of all the important, necessary pet gifts out there, if they don’t make an owner’s life more wonderful as well, they might not last long at home. This means that highly irritating squeak toys, or those that create messes or trouble, are out. 

As a gentle reminder, pets should never have access to items that pose risks to their health and safety. Weed out potential pet gifts that could present choking or entanglement issues, poisoning, or foreign body obstruction

Show the Love

Improve a pet owner’s life with this variety of lovely pet gifts:

Can’t Live Without It!

The following pet gifts aim to please. Owners of pets can definitely live without some of them, but they won’t want to!

Pet Gifts That Keep Giving

While it’s super fun to try and surprise the recipient of your pet gifts, it could be worthwhile to ask your friend or family member what they wished they had. We all have opinions about cool pet products, and it’s possible that whatever they need/want isn’t even something you’ve considered. 

If you have any questions about holiday pet safety, and how these pet gifts fit in with animal behavior and interests, please call us at (704) 523-2996. From all of us at Long Animal Hospital and Emergency Center, have a safe and happy holiday season!