Whether you are shopping for a mom who loves dogs or a bonafide dog mom, we got you covered in this Mother’s Day Gift Guide for Dog Lovers!
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The traditional gift for Mother’s Day is a bouquet of flowers. And while most moms will love a flower arrangement, remember that many plants and flowers are toxic to pets. Even better than a bouquet is a dog-friendly plant that blooms, like a bromeliad or orchid.
Both of these pet-friendly blooming plants can be purchased from The Sill.
You can also buy a pet-friendly monthly subscription. Order by May 2 for delivery by Mother’s Day!
I’m obsessed with these modern pet portraits from Animalist. They have both dog and cat breed-specific portraits in three different styles: line, form, and abstract.
I love this colorful tea towel for the mom who loves all the dogs!
Noble Friends Mug
I’m a sucker for a dog wearing a bow tie or happy bandana. The Foggy Dog sells both!
The way to any dog lover’s heart is through her dog. And the way to most dogs’ hearts is through their stomachs. My dogs are crazy for the USDA Certified Organic treats from Ava’s Pet Palace! The treats check a lot of boxes for me. They are organic, don’t have wheat, soy, or corn, and are made in the United States. Equally important, Ava’s Pet Palace also donates a portion of the sales each month to a special organization. She is even open to suggestions for which rescue organizations to help.
Ava is amazing. She officially started her business in 2016 when she was only eight years old! You can read more about Ava on her website.
Dog Mom Box
Help Mom stay organized with this great Dog Mom Box from Annie Taylor Designs.
The Dog Lovers Gift Box includes:
- 1- 8×10 print “Who let the dogs out?”
- 1- 8×10 print “All you need is love & and dogs”
- 2- “Dogs are the best medicine” folded greeting cards
- 1- Pet Sitter Checklist notepad
- 1- Paw Print “Thank You” notecard set with envelopes
A dog DNA test may be considered a splurge, but not only is it fun to learn about a dog’s family tree, but it can also give you valuable information about a dog’s health.
Depending on the occasion, being late ranges from a minor inconvenience to a serious transgression. However, wearing this “I Saw A Dog,” is a great preemptive explanation!
All of these items fall under the broad “self-care” category, so don’t hesitate to shop for yourself too!