Pets are on Santa’s list, too

As you’re shopping for loved ones this holiday season, don’t forget to include a goodie or two for the family member who — and nothing against your other family members — probably is the most-loved of all.

The family pet.

The best thing about shopping for pets is that they’ll probably appreciate just about anything you give them. But, in the meantime, here are a few options to consider.

 (Courtesy)Charlie & Spike Wag Swag (Courtesy)


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Petcube (Courtesy)

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Catbernet wine for cats by Apollo Peak (Courtesy)


 (Courtesy)CharDOGnay wine for dogs by Apollo Peak (Courtesy)


 (Courtesy)Hanukkah chew toys (Courtesy)


 (Courtesy)4-Legger shampoos for dogs (Courtesy)


 (Courtesy)“Cat Castles: 20 Cardboard Habitats You Can Build Yourself” by Carin Oliver (Courtesy)


 (Courtesy)iFetch Too for mid-size to large dogs (Courtesy)


 (Courtesy)iFetch Frenzy for small to mid-size dogs (Courtesy)


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Prevue Pet Products Featherstone Heights Cape Cod bird cage (Courtesy)

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Christmas tree aquarium ornament (Courtesy)

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Santa Claus aquarium ornament (Courtesy)


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