The holidays only come once a year. Spoil your pets with stockings that are brimming with treats, and maybe they’ll learn to love the season as much as you do!
1. Help your dog love the holidays a little more with some tasty treats.
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2. Give him gifts that keep his teeth clean.
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3. Scrub-a-dub-dub, Santa thinks your dog could have more fun in the tub with some bath-themed stocking stuffers.
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4. The thought of chowing down on a delicious holiday dinner will have your pup licking his lips.
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5. A fresh paw-dicure can help keep his feet healthy.
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6. A new bed might be too large to fit in a stocking, but it will make the perfect spot for a post-holiday nap after an exciting day with new toys and treats.
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1. Your cat may think she's the best present under the tree, but a delicious treat in her stocking is pretty good, too.
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2. A satisfying holiday dinner can please even the pickiest feline.
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3. A new toy makes the purr-fect cat stocking stuffer.
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4. Put your cat in the holiday spirit with a fun snack.
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