Our 10 Favorite Luxe Holiday Ready-to-Eat Treats For Dogs

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Our 10 Favorite Luxe Holiday Ready-to-Eat Treats For Dogs

T is the season for all things divine and decadentand by that, we mean good eats! We're feeling full-time fancy and have rounded-up some of our favorite luxury treats for dogs. While you're tucking into your nibbles and noshes, your pup can also indulge in the spoils of the winter holidays.

What do we mean by "luxury"? We're thinking organic or human-grade ingredients, often handmade or crafted in small batches and with no bell or whistle spared in presentation. Whether a little something to slip into a stocking, an after-dinner treat for a very good boy or girl or a perfect gift for another pet parent, these luxury treats for dogs might just become a new tradition. After all, what's a celebratory occasion without a sweet or savory treat?

Claudia's Canine Bakery Carousel of Canine Party Bones Baked Dog Treats


Vanilla treats that feature each bone dipped halfway in pastel-colored yogurt icing.

  • Made in the USA with wholesome ingredients
  • Entices your pup with incredible taste and aroma
  • About 22-25 individual treats
  • Sweet little stocking stuffer or after holiday dinner treat
  • Festive gift, too! (Love the box.)
  • $11

Annie's Pooch Pops Peanut Butter Cannolis Dog Treats


Buone feste! Italian pet parent or not, what pup wouldn't love a crunchy cannoli stuffed with a creamy peanut butter filling?

  • Handmade in a human-grade bakery
  • Formulated with natural, quality  ingredients
  • 12 individual treats
  • Contains vitamin E, which helps naturally preserve these treats
  • Made in the USA
  • $13

Bubba Rose Biscuit Co. Christmas Mini Cupcake Box Dog Treats


It's a cupcake for your cupcake made from human-grade ingredients right here in the USA. (And they don't scrimp in the frosting!)

  • Artisan-made, small-batch snacks free from preservatives with a shelf-life of one year (No way these are not eaten way sooner!)
  • Crafted with simple, wholesome ingredients like honey and molasses.
  • Wheat, corn, soy and gluten-free.
  • $16

Himalayan Pet Supply Best Friend's Advent Calendar Dog Treats


Peanut butter, bacon and chicken. Oh my! Peek inside each window to find a tasty treat for your pup.

  • Twenty-four days of all-natural treats to celebrate the advent season
  • No gluten, no lactose–only vinegar as a preservative
  • Includes cheese, bacon, chicken, and peanut butter flavors
  • May even help improve dental health
  • $19

SPOTS NYC Happy Holidays Personalized Picture Dog Treats


Of course your pup's sweet face should be front and center on a holiday cookie!

  • Made in small batches in a Brooklyn, NY bakery
  • Features one artisanal treat personalized with your pet’s photo and two more biscuits to call out the season
  • Features a savory peanut butter flavor
  • $19

Bonne et Filou Luxury French Macarons Variety Pack


A little taste of France for the soigné pup in your life. We chose the variety pack, but these macarons are available in single flavors, too. 

  • Made by hand in the USA with natural ingredients such as oat flour, honey, coconut oil, and real lavender, strawberry and mint
  • Decadent yogurt filling
  • No corn, wheat or any artificial ingredients or preservatives
  • Shelf-stable for up to one year
  • $63

Good 'n' Fun Holiday Mini Bones Triple Flavor Treats


Sorry, no candy canes for the fur kids, but they can suck-up that minty-holiday-ness with these with these chewy treats in festive colors.

  • Made with beef hide and premium chicken
  • Provide the perfect chewy texture for longer snacking
  • With mint flavoring, these treats even smell and taste like the holidays
  • $13

Earth Animal The Feast Dog Treats


We chose this for small dogs, but there are versions of this for medium and large dogs, too.

  • Made in the USA using nine nutritious and highly digestible ingredients, including turkey, pumpkin and cranberries
  • Yes, it's the whole holiday menu in one treat!
  • Mindblowingly tasty and designed to last longer than regular treats
  • $10.50

Lord Jameson Hanukkah Gelt Vegan Dog Treats


Inspired by the beloved holiday treat, this pup-friendly version is filled USDA Certified Organic blue carrots and blueberries to honor Hanukkah’s colors.

  • Organic wild blueberries are mixed into chewy drool-worthy morsels of dates, peanut butter and coconut
  • Made in small batches in the USA
  • Certified gluten-free oats for those pups with gluten intolerance
  • $13

    Icelandic+ Cod & Lobster Combo Bites


    So, it's not a cookie, but what is more holiday luxe than a treat made from real lobster?

    • Made from just two ingredients that come from only the pure icy waters of Iceland and are fresh caught daily and processed immediately
    • Not only are they delicious for your dog, they are high in Omega 3 Fatty Acids for healthy skin and coat.
    • Sustainably sourced
    • $10

    Holiday Goody Box


    When you really want to spoil your dog, we love this boxed bundle of holiday treats and toys.

    • Limited-edition and exclusive to Chewy
    • Winter-themed toys; the coolest, tastiest treats around; and a snazzy holiday-inspired bandana with reindeer and candy cane graphics
    • We hear this is a favorite for sending as an under-the tree sort of gift.
    • $28

    Dog Treat FAQs


    How many treats can I give my dog?

    A:It is hard to resist those pleading eyes. We get it.  but for most dogs of average size and weight and without underlying health issues, treats treats should only constitute a small percentage of your pet’s daily food. Feeding too many treats can lead to nutrient deficiencies. When in doubt consult your vet for advice.


    What holiday foods are NOT okay for my dog to eat?

    A:Each delicious treat listed here is perfectly safe for your dog to eat in moderation. That said, some human foods that you might be making and dishing up during the holidays are not safe for dogs to consume. Here is a good overview of what should be off the menu!


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