Chances are your dog has been a little naughty and nice this year. Regardless, there will still be treats under the tree. But not any generic fruitcake type of toys—here's what's on our list for our favorite pups with discriminating taste:
For dogs who like to walk on the wild side
OllyBottle from OllyDog
No hike would be complete without a fancy water bottle to stay hydrated.
Baxter Dog Backpack
Pack it up, pack it in, let the adventures begin.
P.L.A.Y.’s Scout & About Outdoor Tent
Roughing it? More like ruffing it.
For dogs who don’t like to sit still
SportLeash 3-in-1 Hands-Free Leash
Look ma, no hands! Perfect for runners (and grocery shoppers.)
Goggles for seriously active K-9s and canines alike.
Glowstreak LED Ball
Never lose another tennis ball again.
For dogs who would read Wired if they could
Strap on your Fitbit and get even healthier together.
If an automatic ball launcher doesn't sound awesome, we don't know what does.
The "nanny cam" for pups that allows you to play with them virtually too.
For dogs with discriminating taste
Woofables Gingerbread Man and Candy Cane
All-natural holiday treats made with healthy ingredients like yogurt.
BarkShop Veggie Box
Playing with food is officially approved.
Mr. Dog All Purpose Bowl
Because wholesome food requires a tasteful bowl. And this one is ergonomically designed so your dog can keep more in their mouth (and less on the floor.)
For dogs who just want to Netflix and Chill
Gerrard Larriet De-Stress Candle for Pets
Lavender plus chamomile equals one relaxed pup.
Aesop Animal Cleanser
A minty, citrus-y wash that mildly cleanses your pup's coat.
Dharf Cloud Bed
Sustainable, non-allergenic, and super comfy for cushioning those joints after a long day of playing.
The Ollie blog is devoted to helping pet parents lead healthier lives with their pups. If you want to learn more about our fresh, human-grade food, check out MyOllie.com.