Whether you put tees on pets to make a statement or get a reaction, puns go a long way even on four paws. I was giggling at these howliday sentiments perfect for pup owners with a healthy sense of humor. Sure, they're only technically good once a year but they'd make a cute alternative to a full-fledged Santa costume.
After many hours spent baking over the weekend, if I never see another cookie cutter again, it will be too soon. Lucky for me, these cute gingerbread men need no mixing or frosting and still satisfy a sweet spot. Spoil your good little boy with some no-sugar-added toys to chomp while you're in the kitchen making the real thing or spice up his toy box regardless of your baking prowess.
Whether you're looking for a sweet holiday gift for a Dachshund-loving pal, or you're wanting to outfit your own pine with kitty flair in honor of a feline companion, I've got you covered with these cute pet ornaments. I've handpicked my favorites, from Jonathan Adler's minimalist and modern Prowling Cat Ornament ($24) to the eccentric neon Balloon Dog Ornament ($15) to the rustic Knit Cat Ornaments ($18 for three). Click the images above to check out the rest of my picks, and be sure to hang them out of reach from curious paws!
I always take note of things I spot with a smooshy up front, but I rarely purchase them (unless I'm in a gas station in Florida). Still, I'm happily surprised to find several items that I'd be proud to pick up or get as a present. Naturally, as my lil North is a Boston Terrier, this I Can't Get Enough gifting series will kick off with his breed. A lil something for everyone, hopefully my pals can take a hint (wink wink).
To kick off gift-giving season on PetSugar, let's take a trip . . . way back in time. Reminisce over five retro-inspired items for doggies on the go this season or any one for that matter!