Know a kid who loves dogs? Or perhaps the better question is, who doesn’t like dogs? So we’re pretty sure you need to read our guide the the 10 best toys for kids who love dogs.
Everybody remembers their very first best friends. For a lot of us, they were stinky, unruly mutts with lion hearts. Mine, for example, was a slobber factory named Vince – a great rolling boulder mass of a bloodhound. And everything I wanted when Vince was my best friend was Vince-related.
At Wicked Uncle, we love dogs EVEN MORE than you do! (It is a competition. We are winning.) In fact, we love them so much we’re partnering with Stand Up for Pits and Key to Lion’s Heart Rescue to bring you a super canine giveaway. More on that in a future issue (stay tuned!)
In the meantime, we’ve sniffed out 10 best gift ideas for young dog lovers (1 to 12 year old children – or dogs, for that matter), so you wouldn’t have too ruff of a time coming up with them yourself!
- Dog Gone Tennis Ball Blaster
- Create Your Own Model Doggy
- Pet Vet Play Set
- Pass the Pup Musical Set
- Presidential Pets
- Gizmo – Easiest Pet Ever
- Pet Travel Play Set
- Adopt a Penguin
- Hand-puppets – Set of 6
- Pepe Sound Stacker
A simple idea turned industrial – fetch for the new millenium.
Real dogs don’t always want to be painted in glitter and stuffed into bow ties – that’s what you have paper dogs for!
Who DIDN’T want to be a vet when they were a kid? Healing sweet, soft, defenseless puppies and kittens?! Sign me UP!
Definitely one of this staffer’s personal favorites. “Hot Potato,” but with a fluffy puppy.
Do you know what’s even more interesting than the executive branch of the government? Almost everything. But MOST OF ALL, their pets!
We’ve been trying to upgrade this science for as long as I can remember – the perfect, parent-proof, mess-proof robot dog. We’ve finally done it.
This adorable 15 piece pet travel set comes with a lovely striped plush kitten and cute two tone puppy, each with their own name tag to write on.
Penguins have been called the puppies of the arctic… probably.
So tigers are probably closer relatives to cats but little ones absolutely delight in these wild, animal hand-puppets.
This toy is particularly special because it teaches infants about the rewards system – very important for developing into useful adults.
Love of canines should be bred like fox hounds into the youth of our nation – it’s the only effective way to safeguard against a life of grumpy, curmudgeonly loneliness.
If you don’t have a pup to cuddle, or you DO and you want to celebrate them in every way, all of the time, any of these 10 fantastic toys will do the trick!
As always, play with your pup safely and responsibly!
Looking for even more gift ideas? Find more toys here!
And, from our Joke Factory for kids, these jokes are all bark and no bite…
But they sure made us laugh!
Q: What happens when it rains cats and dogs? A: You can step in a poodle.
Q: What is a dog’s ideal job? A: Barkeology!
Q: What kind of dog does Dracula have? A: A bloodhound!
And, if you live in Washington DC metro area, join us on May 26th, 2019 at Stand Up For Pits with Rebecca Corry Baltimore, MD