7 Best Personalised Dog Gifts for 2024

Gifts so good, you’ll want a human version. Check out our handpicked 7 Best Personalised Dog Gifts in 2019 for any occasion.

Best Personalised Dog Gifts – An Introduction

What are the best personalised dog gifts not only to send Fido into wagging tail mode – but that also look good around the home?  Any suggestions for what can I get my Beagle for her birthday? What should I get my Dachshund for Christmas?

It’s a growing market with people buying more bespoke items for their furry, fluffy friend.

Obviously, everyone loves a harness! But, for those who already have one – what next? Well, we’ve put together our best personalised dog gifts from 2019. As with a lot of the things on this site – we’ve tried and tested many of these – but we always welcome more suggestions from our readers in our comments section or Facebook page.

Personalised ‘Bear Hug Blanket’

Spoilt Rotten Pets - Personalised Large 150cm x 200cm Blanket Size - Soft & Furry 'Bear Hug' Pet Dog Blanket - Any Name Embroidered No Extra Charge … This machine washable blanket from the guys at Spoilt Rotten Pets is designed for larger dogs (there are smaller versions available).

The blanket is the height of comfort. To say it’s soft and cuddly doesn’t do it justice.

What makes it even better is the personalised embroidery of your loved one’s name.

Of course, if you have more than one cuddly companion as we do – there’s bound to be jealous – so more than one may be required to stop arguments.

Arcadian Dog Bathrobe

Arcadian Dog Bathrobes. Perfect Microfibre Towelling Robe for Drying Coats Not strictly personalised – but with so many different sizes and colours you can find something to match your pooches unique style.

Plus, it’s a bathrobe! It doesn’t get much cooler than a dog with his/her own bathrobe.

Anyway… in addition to the bathrobe being cute, it’s practical.

So the next time you take fido to the beach, the pool, the sea or when caught in the rain – this fashion accessory will do the trick.

Personalised Paw Print Towel

Spoilt Rotten Pets Personalised Paw Print Dog Bath Towel 130cm x 70cm (Black) All of our dogs are water fans. No, not fans – one actively hates it – more make contact with water often. Being in the UK, it rains constantly – not to mention the showers from trailing in the mud and the trips to the local dog swimming pool.

All of these make for a very wet pooch. Of course, we have towels – but the yelling of “No, not that blue towel, THAT blue towel!” aren’t unusual. Anyone else? No, just us? Okay then.

You can see the practical side then, obviously, but like the personalised towels and robes for humans – this is another status symbol for your family member.

Like several of the personalised dog gifts; there are a few variations of this towel out there – this one being personally embroidered with a towel dimension of approx 120cm x 70cm.

Added bonus – for the sci-fi geeks out there, this will look great on Towel Day.

Personalised Dog Treat Jar

Personalised Engraved Dog Biscuits Glass Jar, Gifts for Dog Lovers, New Puppy Essentials Paws off! These treats are mine. This jar is a nice way or storing those treats. They are made of ceramic with a wooden lid and are available in a range of colours.

Just remember to keep it out of reach – we’ve lost many treats that way.

Bone Shaped Dog Bowl holder (with bowls)

The Boner ADD YOUR DOGS NAME FREE OF CHARGE!! Bone shaped Dog Bowl holder complete with 2 x 6.5'' stainless steel bowls I’ll start by saying that the product name “The Boner” is perhaps, in hindsight, a little ill-considered.

Or perhaps the cheeky ‘Carry On’ bawdy innuendo is intentional. I’m surely not the first person to query this, so I guess the latter.

Anyway, this is a pretty neat design and a great dog gift. The wooden base is laser engraved with your dog’s name while two 6.5” stainless steel bowls are included.

This is way too small for larger dogs but great for smaller pups. We’ve included an alternative below for the bigger pooches out there.

Personalised Ceramic Dog Bowl

Personalised Paws 16cm Large White Pet Bowl Personalised This Fun And Practical Ceramic Pet Bowl Is Better for larger dogs, this ceramic dog bowl is strong, weighs just over 1kg with a height and width of around 18cm.

Unlike a lot of other personalised dog bows out there – this one not only allows a name (up to twelve characters long) and a message below (up to thirty characters long).

Now, here’s the thing – coming up with that subtitle can take some thought. There are countless terms – but given our penchant for all things geek – here are a few film title puns that could apply:

  • Gone in 60 Seconds
  • The Fast and the Furriest
  • Bark to the Future
  • Donnie Barko

You get the idea. Perhaps we should just stick to dogs.

Personalised ‘reserved’ Cushion

Personalised Dog Breed reserved Pet name strong Cushion Pillow Cover, paw prints 45cm 18 inches The last of our best personalised dog gifts start with a cautionary tail (boom boom). I’m not sure how things go in your house, but in ours, the dogs have laid claim to everything. We’ve lost the sofa, the chairs, the bed, the floors and every other space of comfort to them. Most days we land up just standing whilst they sprawl out in comfort. Hmphh.

So this reserved cushion is a natural extension of this. After all, a visitor could assume that that empty sofa is a perfect place to, you know, sit. They would, of course, be wrong. “That’s Fido’s spot” you’ll say as Fido eyes the visitor with disdain.

Also, this is a far better smelling way to mark a dogs territory.

This machine washable cushion contains durable linen to stop it being destroyed easily and can have your dogs name added as part of the product.

Best Personalised Dog Gifts – A Summary

That’s it from our list of the best personalised dog gifts for 2019. We hope you enjoyed our recommendations. However, as with anything home based – opinions will vary. So why not share yours or your suggestions in the comment section. Whatever you end up surprising your furry friend with – I hope it’s a waggy tail affair! Top Dog.


Andrew Scott

Andrew Scott

Head Writer | Collar and Harness Magazine Not Danish, Dane is the other half of Collar & Harness. Having worked in the technology sector for many years - he now immerses himself in all things dogs. Writes about subjects ranging from dog food to canine psychology with a little bit of pup technology thrown in. Dane has been writing for nearly 15 years on the topics he loves. Lives in London.

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