6 Golden Retriever Gifts for Dog Lovers
If you’re looking to impress someone with a Golden Retriever, you should know a golden rule of sorts: Nothing comes between a Golden Retriever owner and their dog. So, why not get them awesome Golden Retriever gifts featuring their favorite pup’s fuzzy face?
When it comes to loving their dogs, Golden Retriever pet parents are a breed apart. Like their four-legged friends, they are extremely loyal, and the bond they share with their dogs is as thick as fur.
Since Goldie fans wear their love on their sleeve, it only makes sense to gift them something that’ll allow them to wear their love on their shirts too. Check out six Golden Retriever gifts that just may strike gold for the Goldie dog lovers in your life.
Nothing represents the stick-to-itiveness of a Golden Retriever pet parent better than an “I Love My Golden Retriever” magnet. A great alternative to bumper stickers, this dog magnet shows the Goldie love without leaving any residue.
Made with high-gloss UV ink, the magnet is as strong as a Golden Retriever fan’s commitment and can withstand any weather—rain or shine. Because the magnet can be transferred from car to car and even the fridge or mailbox, this gift shows how true love knows no bounds.
They say when you get a Golden Retriever, you’ll never go to the bathroom alone again. For those Golden fans who appreciate a little privacy, these towels make adorable potty favors. Made of 100 percent cotton, they are almost as soft as fur, only more absorbent, and they’re machine washable.
No, this line didn’t make it into the final cut of The Beatles’ award-winning song, but as any Golden lover knows, that doesn’t make the statement any less true. Made with real wood and slightly distressed for a vintage look, these cute signs wreathed in paw prints make sweet Golden Retriever gifts for dog lovers of all walks of life. But Goldie fans who appreciate a classic, quirky line will especially treasure it.
Golden Retriever fans are big believers in signs. Just ask one, and they’ll tell you that when their Goldie wags his tail, it’s probably a sign he likes you, or when he puts his head on your lap, it’s a sign he wants attention.
Spoiler alert: Most Golden Retrievers like just about everybody, and most, if not all Goldies enjoy attention. But you still can humor your Goldie fan with this adorable decorative sign. It’s made from wood and comes with an attached rope designed for easy hanging. While your furry friend will think it was especially made for him, these signs make great presents for dog lovers of all breeds, in this case an especially perfect Golden Retriever gift.
Made for the “in-your-face” Golden Retriever fan, this golden retriever t-shirt broadcasts the love of the breed in a unique, bold and unapologetic style. Made from 100 percent cotton, the shirt is hand-dyed with eco-friendly inks and then screen printed with a 3D graphic so realistic, the wearer of this Golden Retriever t-shirt just might get a few double takes—and maybe even a few curious barks, too.
Most Golden Retrievers are notorious water lovers and will frolic in any body of water they can find. That means a sopping wet coat that can take hours to dry completely.
Free your Goldie fan from being held hostage by a hand-held dryer with the MetroVac pet dryer. The lightweight and compact design makes it easy to grab when you need it. Plus, it’s made to dry your pup quickly, so you can get right to cuddling.
And if all other gift ideas for dog lovers in your life fall as flat as a toy that just had its stuffing pulled out, you can order a customized Chewy Goody Box.
Filled to the brim with hand-picked premium food, dog treats and toys, you can choose from several options to suit your friend’s Golden Retriever needs, including grain-free products made only in the United States.
Chris Brownlow has been writing about pets for over 10 years. As a writer who believes in immersing herself in her topic, she has tasted more than 20 different flavors of dog and cat food while working on an advertising campaign for PetSmart. Prior to her pet days, Chris was a print and digital journalist at The Tampa Tribune and The Virginian-Pilot.
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