Five Stocking Stuffers for the Dog Lover

Five Stocking Stuffers for the Dog Lover

I’m not sure how it is at your house, but Christmas is sneaking up on me and I can always use help when it comes to brainstorming gift ideas. So I thought I’d share these five awesome gifts, all which are less than $20 and would make the perfect stocking stuffer or a small “thinking-of-you” gift.

1. The Unexpected Pit Bull Calendar
This is a great calendar that has been going strong for more than a decade. 100% of the proceeds are donated to pit bull dog rescue and advocacy organizations. Order the Unexpected Pit Bull Calendar here.

2. Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co.
I’ve personally tried their coffee and love it. Plus they work with rescue groups and donate a portion of their proceeds – not many coffee companies can say that. In fact, I can’t even think of any others! Great coffee, good cause, win-win.

3. The Other End of the Leash by Patricia McConnell
“Now considered a classic in the field, this book will revolutionize the way you interact with your dog. Victoria often answers the question, "Where should I start learning about dogs?" by recommending this book by Patricia McConnell. A fantastic starting point for anyone interested in learning about dog behavior and training, it is also a great read for those who are already well-versed in the topic.”
You can purchase this book in the Positively store here.

4. Car magnets
The only problem with these is deciding which magnet I like best! Dog is Good has an assortment of funny and cute magnets, check ‘em out!

5. Handmade Dog ID Tags
These dog ID tags are something that I think any dog parent would love. It’s something personalized, special, and that they’ll hang onto forever. Check out a few of my favorite dog ID tags here.

Happy Holidays!
XO, Sarah, Lola & Rio

*Check out these 5 Simple Dog Treat Recipes and Winter Activities for your Dog*


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Positively Expert: Sarah Lukemire

Sarah Lukemire is a pet blogger at LolaThePitty.com, where she is raising positive awareness and fighting the negative stereotypes associated with pit bull type dogs, networking bully breed dogs in need of adoption rescue, as well as sharing recipes and tips for dog owners. Her mission is to change the perception of bully breeds.


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