For pets and their parents alike, there’s no more magical time of the year than the holiday season. From baking DIY treats to hanging stockings with care, you and your pet have countless opportunities to make festive memories together this winter. And if you need some inspo to get you started, read on. Our guide to celebrating the holidays with pets has Santa-approved toys, seasonal treats, apparel, activities and beyond—all guaranteed to keep you both feeling merry and bright.
There’s no better feeling than giving the perfect gift—especially if the recipient is furry and cute.
After all, nothing brings more joy to your world than watching your cat pounce upon a new toy or taking a walk with your pup in their new winter sweater. So go ahead, splurge on a new fetch toy or cat tree for your furry friend. We’ve picked the most perfect pet presents of the season:
No matter what toys, treats and beyond are dancing in your pet’s head this year, Chewy Claus wants to fulfill their holiday dreams. Tell us what’s on their list and we might just deliver a surprise to your door. Plus, for every letter submitted, Chewy Claus will donate 1 lb of pet food to Greater Good Charities for pets in need.
Did you know that most animal shelters and rescues depend on holiday and end-of-year donations to fund their life-saving work year-round? Make a difference by donating to your favorite shelter’s Wish List, where you’ll find all the pet products they need to help homeless animals stay healthy, happy and find their forever homes.
How Do You Celebrate With Your Pet?
Are you among the 87% of pet parents who hang stockings for their furry friend?
What about the 1 in 3 parents who bake DIY treats for their pet?
Or the 40% of pet parents who’d prefer to kiss their pet (not their ex) under the mistletoe?
Don’t worry—your pet can still indulge in special holiday snacks. Try these festive treats in seasonal flavors like gingerbread, cranberry and more.
When it comes to the holidays, the number of ways to celebrate is as vast as, well, the number of pets themselves. Just remember: Whatever you do to make the most of this season, the best part of the holidays is spending time together with your pet. From our furry family to yours, we’re wishing you the merriest and brightest holiday season yet!