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10 Great Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Service Dog

Dog in front of Christmas tree

For your pet, service dog or working dog that has been good all year, treat them with these 10 great gift ideas for a pawsitvely happy holiday!

1.The Limited Edition Grinch Bark Box

Grinch Bark Box

Bark Box is a subscription service that offers monthly curated collections of all the things dogs love. Delivered directly to your home, each box includes two toys, two bags of all natural treats and a chew. This holiday season they have come out with a Grinch-themed box that is sure to provide your service dog with lots of Christmas cheer. An added plus is that all the treats are made in either the United States or Canada, so you can feel good about supporting businesses close to home.


2. Thermo-Snuggly Sleeper

Warming dog bed

From K & H Pet Products comes the Thermo Snuggly Sleeper. Designed to help soothe the muscles of busy dogs, this bed is tested for safety to exceed USA and Canada safety standards. It warms to your service dog’s normal body temperature when in use and uses only 6 watts of power for efficiency. Another plus of this bed is that you can remove the heater and wash the entire cover.

3. Matching Christmas Sweaters

Matching Dog Sweater

Your Service Dog is one of the family, so why not get matching Christmas sweaters? Blueberry Pet has an assortment of sweaters perfect for both you and your service dog. Tip: Get the family all dressed up and snap a photo for your holiday card.

4. Friendship Collar

Matching dog collar and bracelet

Staying on the theme of matching, FriendshipCollar sells matching collars and bracelets for you and your Service Dog. As a plus, with every sale FriendshipCollar will donate food to shelters across the USA. Tip: Use code SANTAPAWS to enjoy 20% off.

5. Dog Bowl Water Bottle

Dog Bowl Water Bottle

Keep your service dog hydrated on the go with this cool Dog Bowl Water Bottle from Uncommon Goods. Made in the USA, this leak-proof water bottle bottle features an attached bowl that makes it easy for your dog to drink. The excess water also drains back into the bottle to reduce waste. An adjustable velcro strap makes it easy to attach to your backpack, belt or wrist and fits into any standard size car cup holder. A well thought out and practical gift!

6. Harry Barker Dog Spa Day Gift Set

Dog spa gift set

This gift made Oprah’s Favorite Things list this year and made ours as well. The Harry Barker Dog Spa Day Gift Set comes with a bottle of 2:1 Shea Butter Shampoo and Conditioner, a double-sided bamboo brush, a galvanized bucket and a terry robe that you can get monogrammed for free!

7. The Honest Kitchen Instant Eggnog for Dogs and Cats

dog eggnog recipe

Don’t leave your Service Dog out of the holiday eggnog. This eggnog blend from The Honest Kitchen features a blend of goat’s milk, honey, eggs and cinnamon, which can be served on it’s own or over dry kibble. The Honest Kitchen boasts 100% Human-Grade products (meaning you could eat it safely) and includes only ingredients that you can pronounce. Learn more about the Honest Kitchen Difference here.

8. Holiday Reindeer

dog reindeer toy


After your service dog is done with their holiday eggnog, give them this cute holiday reindeer toy to play with. This Zippy Paws toy includes 2 different sized squeakers that is sure to entertain your furry friend for hours! Also makes a great stocking stuffer!

9. Natural Dog Company Snout Soother

Snout soother balm and stickRecommended by vets this Organic Snout Soother is the perfect fix all for dry, chapped and cracked dog noses. Completely scent-free, this balm is made of only organic, healing and moisturizing ingredients that act as a natural SPF to prevent sunburn. Buy a tin or a stick for travel.

10. Personalized Dog Stocking

Personalized bone shaped dog stocking

Your best friend deserves a stocking too! Check out this bone-shaped stocking from personal creations and fill it with all your service dog’s favorite goodies from Santa Paws.

From all of us here at USSDR and Anything Pawsable, we wish you and your service dog a very Merry Christmas and happy holidays!





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