Pet Holiday Toys

December 5, 2012 | By Zootoo Pet News Staff | Category: Products | 1 comment
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Festive, fun gifts to help you play Santa Paws for your four-legged friends.

According to an poll, over half of American pet owners make plans to buy presents for their pet pals during the holiday season. So if you’re planning to leave your furry friend a gift from Santa Paws, check out some of our suggestions for pet-friendly presents.

If you’re shopping for a finicky feline, try a Reindeer Doorknob Dangler Cat Toy, made by Toy Shoppe. This sturdy decoration has jingle bells to entertain your cat (and add some merry sounds to your home), and you can also use the toy for interactive playtime.

Another appealing seasonal toy for cats is the Holiday Feather Teaser from Martha Stewart Pets. The teaser features stimulating red and green colors, and a cute plush mouse attachment, with his own mini Santa hat! Who knows? This fun toy might even keep your cat from attacking your holiday decorations.

Keep your canine occupied while you bake some homemade holiday dog treats with the Holiday Cabin Fever Big Head Penguin Dog Toy, made by Petco. This adorable plush pal is perfect for tugging and shaking — giving your dog some much-needed exercise when the weather outside is frightful.

After you’ve got your pet presents all picked out, store them in a jolly Paw Stocking from KONG. This cheerful red stocking can hold all of your pet’s treats and toys, and comes with a special decorating kit so that you can add your pet’s name.

Are you buying a gift for your pet this holiday? What are their favorite stocking stuffers? Tell us below!

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3 years ago

Shorty loves anything with catnip but he doesn't really play much anymore as for Abby I don't really know what to get her.

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