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5 Paw-fect Gifts For Every Dog Personality

We know – and love – how every single pooch has his or her own unique personality. However, most people can agree that their dog’s general disposition falls into one (or more) major categories. Shopping for your pup and considering his or her personality can be fun for you and Fido/Fifi!

Is your canine companion strong and independent? Mellow and low-key? A little high-strung? (This article explains 5 major personality types in more detail.) No matter how your purebred or mutt is mannered, there’s a special gift out there for them!

Below, find 5 paw-fect presents for every pup personality.

1. Confident Canine

Canines like this are natural leaders and feel secure in their surroundings, commanding the attention of a room (or the dog park) and introducing themselves to everyone they meet. A “two-player” toy is a great gift for pups who love to initiate games with their new pals, plus confident dogs love showing off their skills! Each purchase also provides a toy to a shelter dog so that potential adopters can see their playfulness shine through.

FlossyTossy™, $12.99. This product provides a toy to a shelter dog in need. 

2. Independent Spirit

Some dogs are great at keeping themselves entertained, and find little need to make new friends – their fierce loyalty to their families is enough. These dogs often prefer to be observers, and they seem to have the wisdom of an old soul. For pups who prefer to play solo, the Brite Bite Brushing Stick is a wonderful way to keep them entertained and healthy. This clever contraption allows dogs to “brush” their teeth all by themselves: fill the grooves with delicious-tasting doggy toothpaste, and their teeth will be cleaned as they chew. Each purchase also supplies a toy to a homeless dog to help beat the shelter blues.

Brite Bite Brushing Stick, $16.99. This product provides a toy to a shelter dog in need. 

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