Source: Anna Goroshnikova\/Shutterstock.com\nDo you really need a reason to celebrate your pets? Our furry friends are part of the family, so it’s important we include them in the celebrations. Whether it’s their birthday, gotcha-day, Christmas or any other holiday, here are some of the best gifts for pets you can give them this year.\n1. A trackable dog tag. Ever wished you could track your dogs’ location? Now you can! With our Tile for pets, you can use Bluetooth technology to track your dogs’ location as long as they’re in range. Considering almost 10 million pets go missing each year, this tag can be a lifesaver for your pet. Our TraQ tag is a great option for pet owners who take their pets with them when they travel. This way, if your dog gets a bit too excited when they see a squirrel while out on a walk and take off from you, you can use the app to track them! \nDiscover Our High-Quality Pet ID Tags \u0026amp; More\n2. A hollow dog bone. Whether you fill it with their favorite treats or a spread they can dig out, a hollow dog bone is a great gift idea for pets this year. Hollow dog bones give your dog a challenge, so they don’t scarf down their treats all at once. It engages their brain, which can be especially good for aging dogs. This way, they get the chance to savor their treats and enjoy them! Plus, it’s adorable to watch them hunt for their treats within the bone. \nIf your dog gets nervous or anxious when you leave your house, a hollow dog bone might be a good solution. You can easily fill the bone and leave while they chow done. They won’t even know you’ve left!\n3. A new leash. Leashes are great tools for training and keeping your dog safe while you’re out. A new dog collar and leash set might be just what your pup needs this year! Even if your dog is trained to stay by your side without their leash on, it’s always a good idea to have a backup available. Other dogs might not be the friendliest, and you might end up in a busy area with your dog. A leash can come in handy, regardless of how well your dog is trained! Even cats are going out on the town these days; owners getting leashes to take their cats out for walks and fresh air. Don’t forget to make sure you learn how to train a dog not to pull on a leash before taking them out and around the neighborhood or on trips! \n\nSource: Ann Tyurina\/Shutterstock.com\n4. A pet bed. Who doesn’t love to sleep in luxury? A bed is a great gift idea for your pet this year. They can sleep in comfort with a plush cushioned space just for them. Line it with their favorite blanket or place it in a quiet corner of your living area so they can stay part of the fold but don’t have to be around all the chaos all the time. Their sleep will be the best they’ve had in awhile with a soft new bed.\n5. An anxiety jacket. Dogs and cats alike might be nervous about loud noises, especially fireworks. An anxiety jacket for pets uses weights to help keep pets calm during those loud times where they might be feeling nervous or anxious. These jackets are great to put on your pets during thunderstorms, firework displays and more. And they actually work too. There are lots of studies that show that pressure and weighted vests and blankets help to quell anxiety in pets from loud noises! \n\nSource: Jaromir Chalabala\/Shutterstock.com\n6. A jar of treats. What pet doesn’t love a treat? Get your furry friend a jar of their favorite treats to enjoy. Pair it with a fun silicone pet tag to give them as a bundle of gifts! Of course, you shouldn’t give your pet too many treats, as that can cause them to gain weight or have plaque build up on their teeth. However, a treat or two every day can help you foster a better relationship with your pet and can give you the chance to train them better. Many pet owners use treats to train their pets, so having a jar handy is always helpful.\n7. A portable dog bowl. When you’re on the go with your pup, it’s important you have some food and water for them, just in case! A portable dog bowl is essential to ensuring your pup stays hydrated while out with you. Whether you choose a collapsible bowl or a water bottle that has an extender trough that your dog can drink from, your pup will just be glad to have something on hand to drink out of.