Bright and squeaky latex sticks will make playing in the park even more fun for your furry friend. Available in four colors.To buy: $10, trixieandpeanut.com.
Even Sparky can have a bad hair day. These shampoos were designed with particular pup challenges (always smelly, restless, water-phobic) in mind.To buy: $17.50 each, landofpaws.com.
For the dog who’s a champion at fetching and comfortable gloating about it.
To buy: $14.50, georgesf.com.
Made from a single piece of cardboard, this private chateau gives Kitty the purrfect amount of space she needs.To buy: $28, uncommongoods.com.
Your fish is movin' on up from the plastic bag. This modern dwelling will look more stylish than the plain old bowl or tank sitting on the side table.To buy: $30, crateandbarrel.com.
Who’s the best accessorized pooch at the dog park? Yours, with this festive leash or collar.
To buy: from $22, trixieandpeanut.com.
Toss a soft old-school–style cassette tape Fido’s way. The built-in “squeaker” will have you listening to him rockin’ and rolling all night long.To buy: $12, perpetualkid.com.
Ahem, tweet your puddy cat to a little birdie of his own.To buy: $8 each, trixieandpeanut.com.
Made with peppermint leaves, parsley, and applesauce, these all-natural treats will have Shelby barking with cheer.To buy: $7, dogsuncorked.com.
For the hound always on the road, this cuddly fleece blanket is a merry treat. Available in seven colors.To buy: $30 each, zoomiesnyc.com.
A cobalt-and-green gingham collar for the preppy cat.To buy: $28, georgesf.com.
When the temperature drops, even Lucky will appreciate an extra layer with a designer label.
To buy: $15, jonathanadler.com.
Filled with catnip and bursting at the seams with bright color.To buy: $8, georgesf.com for info.