These dog Christmas stockings are perfect to celebrate the season!
I can’t stop thinking about the upcoming holidays! This is such a wonderful time of the year. I’m on a mission to find a new dog Christmas stocking, as the one I’ve had in previous year has a tear in it. Last year it must have been a little too heavy hanging on that fireplace, because when I woke up on Christmas morning, it was on the floor! This year I’m looking for a sturdy, well-designed stocking that will last for years. I’m so picky, but I’ve narrowed my choices down to 10 dog Christmas stockings. Will you help me choose?
This stocking is one of my front runners. The furry, white puppy looks a lot like me! This Pottery Barn stocking can be personalized with your dog’s name or even a monogram. I never thought of putting my monogram on a stocking! That would make me feel so regal!
I think this is the funniest of all stockings. It looks like a little puppy is clinging to the stocking! This is just one of the awesome stockings Personalization Mall has to offer. I had to stop browsing their website because there were so many stockings I wanted to buy!
This is so cute! Personal Creations has really outdone themselves designing this beauty of a dog Christmas stocking! This felt stocking can hold a lot of holiday treats. You can even get a name embroidered on top!
Woof, woof, woof! This stocking from Kirklands looks great. I’ve purchased from them before, so I can be sure it will be high quality. I’m trying to decide whether or not those bones are edible. I’m assuming the answer is no, but keeping my paws crossed.
Oh, boy. I’d be tempted to eat this stocking by Christmas Claude if it were hanging from my mantel. It looks like a huge bone! Thank goodness for the colorful stripe across the middle, or I might be a little confused. Note to my parents: Don’t be mad with me on Christmas morning if I get the stocking confused for my present! I’ll try to be good until then!
This whole stocking screams holiday spirit. The folks at Oriental Trading definitely know what they’re doing when they make dog Christmas stockings. This plaid design has a huge bow with bells. The bells are my favorite. If you have multiple dogs, you can buy a few stockings and get their names embroidered on each.
How cool is this stocking from Gifts For You Now? It makes me want to give it a high five! I won’t lie, if this were hanging on my mantel, there is a good chance I’d be walking by to give it a paw – or at least check to see if anything is inside the stocking – a few times a day. Bonus: You can get your name embroidered on this stocking! Paws off, Mom and Dad. This stocking is obviously mine!
I’m in love with this clean-lined design from Pink Slip Inspiration. It’s so shabby chic! The best part of this design is that you can choose between the painted paw on the stocking or a hanging dog bone to complete the look. Personally, I like the painted paw the best, but both looks are awesome.
Looking for a modern stocking? I’m in love with this design from Snuggles of Love! The best part is you can get stockings for everyone in your family that will match, but still be individual! Here is a great example of a mom stocking, dad stocking, and puppy stocking. They are all in the same matching color scheme, but the parents’ stockings are in alternating colors, and the dog’s stocking has a different pattern. I love it!
If you like the paw stocking look, but prefer neutral tones, here’s my recommendation! This stocking from Burlap Babe is perfect for your home. Made out of burlap, it is fully lined and strong enough to stock up on holiday treats. The paw print is made of soft white felt and has a cotton cuff. It comes with a chalkboard dog bone for you to write your dog’s name on, so if you have multiple dogs, they can each have a personalized stocking.
I love these dog Christmas stocking ideas, but I don’t know how to choose. Will you help me? Let me know your favorites in the comments below!
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