4 Christmas gifts for pets and their people

Check out the latest and greatest gifts for pets and the people who love them.


The Farmer’s Dog

Human food cooked for dogs isn’t new, but more companies are entering the field as busy pet owners clamor for better-quality eats for their furry friends. The Farmer’s Dog has three varieties that look good enough for us to eat. They’re not cheap — for a 13-pound dog, the cost ranges from $3.05 a day for the pork meal to $3.17 a day for turkey. For a 90-pound dog, the cost rises to $9.38-$10.09 a day. But it’s delivered to your door.

Cost: Varies

Web: thefarmersdog.com


Pawscout GPS pet tracker

There are as many of these as they are pets, but when it comes to value vs. convenience, I like the Pawscout. It’s reasonably priced at $19.95 and has no monthly fees, like many GPS trackers do. It’s a tag, about an inch in diameter, that attaches to your pet’s collar with a slider or a ring. And it’s got a nameplate that can be personalized. Makes a good stocking stuffer, too.

Cost: $19.95


Stocking stuffer

“Canine Field Medicine”

This guide to first aid care for dogs fits nicely into a backpack and can provide quick reference in the event of an emergency. I’d recommend reading through it first, however, so you aren’t reading them for the first time when your dog comes up lame on the trail. Excellent for friends who like to hike with their pups.

Cost: $14.95

Web: adventuremedicalkits.com

Lurvig scratching mat

Save your table legs from your cats’ claws. Ikea recently introduced a line of pet products, and this gem is ingenuous. It wraps around a table leg (or, presumably, anything) and lets your cat dig in. For the price, you can get one — or several — for all of your cat-loving friends.

Cost: $5.99

Find it: Ikea stores

Web: ikea.com

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