Holiday Gift Guide for Pets Part II

Don’t get lost in pet stores this holiday season; after all, supposedly half of us are shopping online this season for presents. So why should it be any different for you pets’ holiday gifts?

This year, as I told you earlier this month, I found something awesome to help me shop.

It’s a holiday gift guide for pets, brought to you specially by BlogPaws and High Paw Media.

The Holiday Gift Guide 2012 features such special items as the famous dogPACER, Udder Tug toy and awesome Stewart Pet products like the Pro-Treat Freeze Dried Liver, a similar product of which I recently reviewed here.

dogPACER Treadmills: Available in regular and mini sizes for smaller dogs, dogPACER treadmills have revolutionized the dog treadmill market. Developed to offer


exceptional quality treadmills at a price consumers can afford, the original dogPACER and the Minipacer for small dogs up to 55 pounds are made of strong but lightweight carbon steel, to withstand even the toughest workouts. And, the Minipacer was just named one of the year’s top new dog products but the World Pet Association at Superzoo 2012!

The reality is, most dogs simply don’t get enough exercise, contributing to health, obesity and behavior problems. Busy schedules, extreme weather (hot or cold) and even the physical challenges of an owner all contribute to less physical activity for many dogs. Designed as a supplement to quality outdoor exercise, the dogPACER Minipacer is improving the lives of dogs and their owners the world over. For more information, visit:  DogPACER retails for $499 and is available at, online at various sites and in boutiques across the U.S. MiniPacer retails for $479 and is small. Here are the specs:  L 42 x W 21.5 x H 28.5” – it’s lightweight (48.4 lbs!) so it does not take up space in your home! Visit dogPACER on:



Udder Tug dog toy: Do you know those rubber liners that dairy farmers use on cow milking machines?  Well, if you never heard of them check out this ingenious and “udderly”

Udder Tug dot toy

cool idea from Some say they have been a best kept secret.  Here comes the Udder Tug, a rugged and durable dog toy designed for hours of fun and play.  Models are available for small, medium and large dogs. Made in the USA, these tough toys are great for throw and fetch, general play or exercise indoors or outside. Your dog will be intrigued by this product.  They have a “moo-tastic” cow smell that only dogs can sense and then get excited about. Most of the Tugs feature a hand grip for fun and exercise for you and your dog. Udder Tugs are especially great gifts this holiday season for friends, family and their dogs.

Made in the USA from recycled, rubber milking machine liners, the Otis Udder Tug is the newest addition to the full line of proprietary Udder Tugs. A donation of 25% to 50% from each Tug sale goes to supporting customer selected rescues and shelters, across the nation.

Stewart Pet Pro-Treat Freeze Dried Liver: This holiday season, treat pets with Stewart Pro-Treat Freeze Dried Liver beef and chicken treats, providing pets with

Stewart Pro Treats

protein-rich meats for a healthy reward or snack. Maintaining the aroma, flavor and nutritional value of 100% raw liver produced and packaged in the USA, the fresh, all-natural treats are diced into perfect, reward-sized bites. Great for stuffing in Fido’s stocking this year, treats are available in beef or chicken, and contain only one ingredient – perfect for dogs with allergies or those on limited ingredient diets. Where to buy: and PetSmart online. Retails for $22.99 and up. Visit them on:



I hope you pick something out of the catalog; the BlogPaws Great Gifts for Pets Holiday Gift Guide 2012 is an amazing tool for pet-lovers to use to navigate the most popular pet products this season!

Merry pet gift shopping! I hope these recommendations will make it easier for you. Let me know in the comments what your pet’s favorite holiday gift is this year!


This is a sponsored post. BlogPaws compensated me for sharing these cool gifts with you. But I never post anything that I don’t think would be of interest to my readers…

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