We’ve curated the ultimate gift guide for dog lovers! This is part 2 of our gift guide and it is packed with gifts at all different price points. If you haven’t yet, check out part 1 of our Ultimate Dog Lover Gift Guide. There’s something for everyone!
All gifts on our gift guides are available right here at DogLoverStore.com.
Let’s get started with part 2 of our Ultimate Dog Lover Gift Guide!
These tote bags are exclusively available at DogLoverStore.com. Give them as a stand alone gift or put some gifts inside and use as a gift bag!
These welcome signs are a customer favorite! They are hand made and hand painted right here in America. Also, the text can be customized!
These angel ornaments are by far a best seller year after year. They come in over 200 breed styles. Buy one in memory of a lost dog or honor a beloved pup who is a living angel.
Our wooden boxes are cute to use as a gift box, Add gifts inside! Or gift the box as is for the gift recipient to use as they wish.
These tiles coasters are amazing quality and multi use! They are ceramic with a cork bottom. Use these as a piece of art on a wall or shelf. In addition you can use as a beverage coaster.
These dog mom candles are so versatile! Give them as a stand alone gift or add them to a gift basket. Certainly great for someone with one dog, or ten!
We love an item that already comes gift ready! These magnets come as a set on a nice galvanized metal backing, making them ready to gift!
Our sticky notes are exclusively available at DogLoverStore.com. They come as a set of 2 and are sure to come in useful for anyone who needs a quick reminder.
Adorable holiday socks come tucked inside this equally cute holiday sign! One size fits most makes socks an easy, go-to gift! The box sign speaks a sentiment that is sure to connect with any major dog lover in your life.
Stay tuned for part 3 of our Gift Guide!
All gifts available at DogLoverStore.com
Kim is the co-owner of DogLoverStore with her husband, John. She earned her BS in operations management at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. She enjoys walking in nature, gardening in the sun, eating sour candy, going on drives, yoga, and reading.