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Gift Ideas | Dog Lover

Another fun roundup of gifts for the holiday season, this time we suggest something for your animal loving friend. We have gathered a cool list of products for man´s best, and most loyal friend. Stay tuned for more gift ideas. Check out some more photos and product details below...



1. The Doggie Fountain transforms a garden hose into a source of fresh water for your pet when he steps on the paw pedal. Your thirsty dog will learn very quickly how to step on the paw pedal to get a drink.
$17 | BUY

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2. This low-profile, portable bedroll gives dogs a sense of home in different environments. This easy-to-clean dog bed covers and protects surfaces from dirt and dog hair. The Mt. Bachelor Pad rolls up and secures with integrated hook and loop straps for easy portability. $55 | BUY

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3. Tagg—The Pet Tracker is a purpose-built pet tracking device that uses advanced GPS and wireless technology to help you to find your pet at anytime, giving you peace of mind. $99 | BUY



4. Do you like taking your fury friend along with you on your backcountry adventures? These sleek dog packs by Ruffwear feature an efficient, weight-forward design with plenty of stash pockets allowing your dog to carry hydration bottles, leash, pickup bags and other essential hiking gear. The saddlebags also feature a reflective trim for visibility in low-light conditions. st $78 | BUY

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5. Protect your dogs eyes, while he or shee looks great. Doggles Originalz stay on with two adjustable elastic straps, offer shatterproof lenses, rubber wrap around frames, and two adjustable straps. $16 | BUY

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6. Every dog should have a point of view. The Pet Peek window can easily make that possible. 
Dogs are curious; they want to know whats happening out there. Help satisfy their curiosity and make it possible for them to have a peek. $34 | BUY



7. This hooded sweatshirts are made from soft cotton for a comfortable, cozy fit. Sweatshirts have ribbed sleeves and hem for a comfy fit. Each is shipped in a polybag with a hanger and hangtag.
$14 | BUY

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8. Wait until you throw one of these new balls for Fido! Bounce, fetch, treat - weve done it all. Tails will be wagging uncontrollably and excitement will be high. Just choose your favorite color and watch your dog grin. $9 | BUY

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9. A sling shot designed to shoot a tennis ball over 200 feet, hands free pick up, no more touching slimy balls or throwing your shoulder out. $24 | BUY

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