Operation Santa Paws Rescue Express – Artisan Wooden Dog Christmas Table Decoration

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Here comes Santa Paws and his furry elves coasting in on the Rescue Express to guide rescue cats and dogs across the land to their forever homes this holiday season. And you can be part of the rescue magic when you add our Operation Santa Paws Rescue Express – Artisan Wooden Dog Christmas Table Decoration  to your holiday decor. When the night falls, make this hand-crafted holiday display stand out even more by turning on the LED light to cast a warm glow on this scene of Christmas cuteness.

Operation Santa Paws delivers joy to rescue animals across the land, and the furry little elves in this finely-crafted wooden display are showing that goodwill in action! Dressed in their Christmas finery among a forest of snow-dusted winter pines, this cute crew is packing up the Rescue Express with presents and treats for all the kitties and pups looking for their forever homes this holiday season. And as you’ll notice, the dogs are working hard while the cat lounges on the train doing what felines do best—supervising! 

Our beautiful wooden display isn’t just a flat piece to get lost among your other holiday decor. We designed it in layers for an eye-catching dimensional appearance, and we’ve hand-painted every piece to add rich detail and extra cuteness, right down to the doggy and kitty smiles. Plus, when you flip the switch, the entire scene becomes washed in warm light, bringing perfection to an already lovely piece. 

And when you purchase this artisanal wooden holiday scene, you ensure seven hungry dogs will get a Christmas feast all their own! That makes you one of Santa’s best elves this holiday season. 

  • 3D Design - Our lighted wooden display is already adorable with cute dogs and a friendly cat, but by designing it in dimensional layers, we’ve gone and made it magical! 
  • Durable Wood - Made of real wood with a sturdy design, you can bet this lighted scene will be part of your decor for plenty of holiday seasons to come.
  • Battery-Operated Ease - Simply insert two “AA” batteries (not included) and turn the switch on to light up the scene.
  • The Greatest of Holiday Gifts - Whether your loved one loves dogs or cats, this festively fun wooden scene will be the best present they’ll get this year! Be the one to brighten their holiday season while feeding hungry shelter dogs.
  • Give Back - For every wooden scene purchased, we’ll donate 7 meals to shelter dogs.

Wooden Christmas Dog Decoration

Led Dog Christmas Table Decoration

  • Size - 8” L x 5 ¼” H
  • Material - Wood
  • Batteries: - 2 AA Batteries , not included
  • Add 2 AA batteries and turn on. 
  • Batteries not included.

Frequently Ask Questions

This Christmas season, Santa Paws and his furry elves will be arriving on the Rescue Express to help shelter animals find loving homes for dogs around the country. With this Operation Santa Paws Rescue Express, an Artisan Wooden Dog Christmas Table Decoration, you may feel like you are a part of the holiday magic as well. Simply turn on the LED light at night; this hand-made holiday display will be bathed in a warm glow that will make it stand out even more. If you are looking for a gift for a dog lover, look no further!

Where To Buy Light Up Wooden Dog Decorations?

You can buy an adorable light-up wooden dog decoration at iHeartDog. Our lovely wooden stand is not simply another flat piece buried under a pile of Christmas ornaments. Instead, we used a multi-layer design to give it depth, and then we painstakingly painted each component by hand to give it a wealth of detail and an extra dose of adorableness. 

When turned on, the warm light bathes the entire landscape in beauty and completes the artwork. The beautiful decoration offers the best of festive finery for dog lovers who want to help feed dogs in shelters. By buying this handcrafted wooden Christmas scene, you will be providing seven deserving canines with their very own Christmas dinner.

What's The Best Way To Store Wooden Christmas Decorations?

After you have cleaned your wooden decorations, it is important to put them away in the right way. If you throw all of your decorations into a big box, they could get scratched, cracked, or even torn. Instead, choose small boxes that will keep the decorations from getting all jumbled up. Also, choose metal or wooden containers instead of plastic ones since plastic can hold moisture and create an environment that is not good for your treasures. 

Fill each box with decorations similar to the others in shape and material. Before putting them in the right box to store them, wrap each one in acid-free tissue paper. This makes it less likely that moisture and color will move from one ornament to another. Putting silica gel packs that absorb moisture within tissue paper may maintain painted surfaces of decorations in excellent shape and prevent mildew growth.

If there is space between each ornament, you should fill it with more tissue paper to make it softer. At the end, put a label on each box that tells what is inside and says that the items inside are fragile. Larger items will need more tissue paper, but use less tape as this can make it harder to open later and may cause accidental falls or broken pieces. 

How Long Do Led Lights Last On Average In Dog Table Top Decorations?

In general, a string of high-quality LED lights should last between six and seven years. That is if the lights are turned off for the winter instead of staying on all year round, as leaving them on can reduce the life span to around two to three years. Low-quality LED bulbs, especially those that come in two pieces and can be unscrewed from the socket, last a lot less time than higher-quality bulbs. You can also translate this to about 30,000 to 50,000 hours, while the average incandescent light will only last 1,000 hours.

Is A Wooden Dog-Themed Table Top Decoration A Good Gift For Christmas?

In terms of Christmas presents, a wooden decoration offers timeless beauty ready to last for decades. Lovers of canines who wish to give back to the canine community would appreciate gifts that also benefit animals in need, such as meals. However, you should always consider the recipient's tastes and interests while selecting a present. 

Most people love the high quality of wood, such as with the Operation Santa Paws Rescue Express. Wood lasts longer than plastic or other synthetic materials and does not break as easily as glass. Also, many people have little room on their trees for more decoration but have plenty of room around the house to display a tabletop piece. 

What's Some Cool Dog Decor For Christmas?

Come have a look at some pawsome and festive ways to decorate for the holidays if you adore dogs, all available at the iHeartDogs website. 

The iHeartDogs A 'Christmas Miracle' Illuminated Angel Dog Tree Topper with Beautiful Fiber Optic Lights offers an angelic presence for your Christmas tree. A star on her chest and a halo of fiber optics make this dog look like an angel from heaven. Our lit angel is the perfect way to kick off a loved one's Christmas tree topper collection this year. 

Gift family and friends the Santa Paws Snow Globe Lighted Water Lantern will appreciate the beautiful hand-made lantern depicting a traditional Christmas scene in honor of rescuing magic is sure to be a hit as a gift or as an addition to anyone's own home. Warm LED lights and an airflow mechanism keep the glitter snow always tumbling, putting a new spin on a classic.

The Operation Santa Paws Snow Globe is a great present for dog owners who appreciate holiday ornaments with a canine theme. This snow globe shows adorable canines and Santa Paws, the jolly old elf who helps make wishes for a permanent home come true. This Christmas snow globe is a modern take on a classic, with color-changing LED lights and sparkling snow that is sure to grab everyone's attention. 

What Does A Dog Table Decoration Say About You?

A doggy-themed Christmas Table Decoration says you like the finer things in life, love, family, and animals. Dog decorations give off the feeling of warmth and admiration for the creatures of the world. Also, table decorations are often adorable and bring smiles to those who view them, meaning you are someone who loves to share joy and happiness with others. 

What Are Some Ideas To Decorate My Dinner Table For Christmas?

Use the Wooden Light Up Dog Decoration as your dining room centerpiece and plan the table around the piece. You can keep the theme down to two or  three central focal points, a red tablecloth, wooden napkin holders, and white placemats. With the simplistic color theme, you can use white or red dinner plates or any holiday-themed set put aside for the season. Add a little fake snow or pinecones around the center of the table for a little more festivity. 

Another great option includes iHeartDogs Wine! A celebratory drink finishes off a beautiful meal, but you can also use the bottles as part of the decorations too. Also, every bottle purchased feeds five dogs in shelters who also want to eat this holiday season. 

The wine labels have a vintage aesthetic and say, "All I want for Christmas is Dogs and Wine" or "I Rescue Dogs From Shelters and Wine From Bottles." Both will delight your dinner guests with a fun and festive vibe. You can pair the wine bottles with a red, green, and cream-themed table. Add some vintage napkin holders and your favorite wine glasses for a sophisticated table setting. 

Also, you can choose from several options of wine, including chardonnay, sparkling, or rose. Grab one of each and feed your entire guest list and dogs in need as well! If you love cats too, you can grab a bottle featuring a feline too. 

When To Put Up Your Dog Christmas Decorations?

The first day of Advent, or the fourth Sunday before Christmas, is the day when Christmas trees and other decorations are supposed to be put up in accordance with a long-standing custom. This time around, it will take place on Sunday, November 27th, 2022. However, you are free to start putting your doggy decorations up right after Halloween if you want to spend extra time enjoying them this year!


Antonina 11/14/2022

This is so adorable!

Frances 11/14/2022

I really like this

John 11/03/2022

Very well made and beautiful item. Fast trackable shipping. Thank you.

Phillip 10/19/2022

So freaking cute