This post is in partnership with The J.M. Smucker Company. All opinions are my own.
The holiday season is here and I’m sure you’re thinking of the best gifts to get everyone you know, but what about the pups in your life? They need some goodies too and today I’m sharing some ultimate puppy holiday treat basket ideas that you’ll be sure they love!
Of course you will want to include their favorite treats from Milk-Bone, Milo’s Kitchen, Pup-Peroni, and Canine Carry Outs. The good news is that you can score $3 off your next shopping trip when you pick 4 packages of any of these treats at Meijer. You just have to enter your mPerks ID at checkout and purchase between 11/25 – 12/29/18. Click here to learn more!
Milk-Bone dog treats have been around since 1908 and are for dogs of all sizes. These wholesome Milk-Bone® treats are “Made with Love” to give your dog genuine joy, just like they give you every day.
Max and Bella are big fans of each of these variety of treats and we like to spoil them with the Milk-Bone Large Original Biscuits as a very special treat.
The pups really enjoy the other treats like Pup-Peroni dog treats since real beef is #1 ingredient and they are grain free with no fillers. Canine Carry Outs® dog treats are another favorite because of the delicious chewy texture that dogs love, and they’re perfectly sized treats for taking on-the-go. Bella’s totally loving the Milo’s Kitchen® homestyle dog treats right now and those use 100% Real Chicken as the #1 ingredient, while also containing no artificial flavors or colors.
Our dogs love treat time, just about as much as they love snuggles and belly rubs!
Ultimate puppy holiday treat basket ideas
Gift baskets full of treats and toys make a great gift idea for dogs, especially when there are multiple dogs in the household. That way there is something for each of them to be able to enjoy.
How to put together a holiday gift basket for dogs
You’ll start with your favorite variety of Milk-Bone, Milo’s Kitchen, Pup-Peroni, and Canine Carry Outs dog treats, then pick out a few toys, a basket, ribbon and some colorful paper shreds for filler.
Step 1. Start by filling your basket with the paper shreds.
Step 2. Now fill it with treats. It’s easiest to start with the largest package, in this case the Milk-Bone treats and then fill the smaller packages in around it.
Step 3. Next you will add a few toys into the mix. I selected a small plush squeaker toy and a couple of tennis balls.
Step 4. Weave the ribbon along the handle of the basket or make a pretty bow with the ribbon. My bow making skills aren’t so hot, so weaving was a better option.
There you have it. A few simple steps and about $20 worth of supplies can help you create a puppy holiday treat basket that will surely get their tail wagging!