You’ll soon consider the Holiday Dog with House Ornament to be one of your favorite Christmas tree decorations! From Kurt S. Adler, each resin pet ornament features a pup in a Santa hat in front of a decorated doghouse with candy-cane-striped sides. Glittery accents add holiday sparkle, and a golden hanging string is included. You can have the bone on the base personalized for free with your dog’s name up to nine letters! Choose from over 10 dog breeds, including Beagle, Boxer, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Pug, Westie, Yellow Lab, and Yorkie.
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Sitting in your foyer or enjoying the sun in your garden, the Oliver Cairn Terrier Dog Sculpture brings cheer with an adorable expression on its face. The hand-cast outdoor accent is made of bonded marble resin and can be used outdoors seasonally. This dog figurine is USA-made with a hand-rubbed finish and a secret compartment in the bottom that’s perfect for hiding a spare key.
Available in moss or antique white, this sculpture perfect for pet lovers can be found on the Touch of Class® web site!
Watch the video for a closer look at the detailing in this garden sculpture.
Everyone will want to pet the well-behaved Delighted Chihuahua. This adorable resin dog sculpture paws its way into your heart with its playful face, black button nose, warm eyes, and curved tail. Measuring in at 12″H, this tawny and white canine is fur-ever your best friend.
Brighten up your day with an enthusiastic and golden wagging tail. Approaching people and other dogs with general friendliness, the Golden Retriever lives up to dog lore as a loyal pet. With an abundance of energy, this pup loves to play, run, and learn new things. Pair that with the lovely golden hues of this breed’s coat, and how can you resist a smile?
Tribute this beautiful and devoted dog with the Golden Retriever Dog Sculpture found on the Touch of Class® web site!
True buddies always stick together, just like these adorable Labrador friends. The Trio of Puppies Wall Accent depicts playful pals who have found themselves out on a limb. Made from resin, this dimensional piece features dogs with sweet eyes, golden yellow coats, and realistic details.
Measuring 11”Wx5.5”Dx6”H, this small wall accent is a fun addition to any dog lover’s decor. This exclusive item is only sold at Touch of Class.
Does it feel like you’ve been looking fur-ever for gifts for the pet owners in your life? These gifts will help you cross a few names off your Christmas list, whether you’re looking for a personalized present or one that features a particular breed. Give those pet parents ornaments that they’ll treasure; or provide them with pet stockings to stash all those goodies from Santa Paws.
The Kurt Adler Holiday Cat Ornament will be one of the sweetest decorations on a pet owner’s tree. Glitter accents the wreath, while the heart can be personalized with the cat’s name. The Kurt Adler Christmas Dog Ornament is available in many dog breed styles; when personalized with the dog’s name, it’s a charming, thoughtful gift that deserves a tail-wag or two.
If the dog owner on your list is also into collectibles, the Jingle Paws Clothtique™ Figurine Set will be a real treat. Color-changing lighted garland decorates the doghouse; musical accent also plays “Jingle Bells.” The glittery Dogs Around the Tree LED Nightlight from Roman Lights has a heartwarming scene of various dogs happily gathered around a tree.
Whether the pet owner celebrates “Merry Woofmas” or “Meowy Christmas,” there’s a stocking that is perfect for the mantel! These embroidered stockings each feature a holiday message. Pet parents who will be spending snow days cooped up inside will appreciate the Mason Recliner Protector. This quilted, microfiber faux suede cover is water-repellent, soil-resistant, and snag-resistant; personalization is also available!
All the beloved ornaments dangling from your tree say “family” in so many ways: those “First Christmas” baubles, construction-paper mice crafted from safety scissors, lopsided cotton-ball snowmen… so why not add an ornament that represents your four-legged family member?
You’ll love what the elves at Kurt Adler, Inc. have been working on: pet Christmas ornaments! Go ahead and order them for yourself or stash them away as holiday gifts. These darling dog and cat Christmas ornaments can also be personalized to add a truly special touch to your tree.
The Christmas cat ornament is available in four variations: Black Cat, Gray Cat, Tabby Cat, and White Cat.
The Christmas dog ornament is available in many dog breed styles: All-American Dog, Beagle, Bichon Frise, Black Lab, Boxer, Bulldog, Chocolate Labradoodle, Dachshund, French Bulldog, German Shepherd, Gold Labradoodle, Goldendoodle, Golden Retriever, Shih-Tzu, Yellow Lab, and Yorkshire Terrier. Some quantities are limited!
Each glittery Christmas ornament features a pet wearing a wreath or Santa hat and has a string for hanging. The dog ornaments even have bone motifs on the base.
Click here to view and order these personalized pet Christmas ornaments.
What are your favorite aspects of your dog? Is it his fiercely loyal personality, his energetic tail wag, his textured coat, or his gentle eyes? A dog breed sculpture is the perfect home accent for proud dog owners and canine aficionados—and it also makes a sweet remembrance of a former pet.
Click here to view a variety of dog breed sculptures and figurines, including the ones mentioned below.
The Morning Walk Dachshund Sculpture looks like it could follow you anywhere—and, indeed, this dog sculpture can be displayed indoors or outdoors. Dachshund owners will love its characteristic squat build, short legs, and doleful eyes.
The “I Want a Treat” West Highland Terrier Sculpture has plenty of personality. With his realistic off-white coat, perky ears, and happy expression, this Westie will win your heart. While you might be tempted to give him a treat, all he needs is a cozy spot in your home to call his own.
Did you ever wonder just what thoughts are rolling around in your dog’s mind? The Jenner Pup Chinese Shar-Pei Sculpture depicts a dog deep in concentration. This dog sculpture has the typical wrinkled appearance of a Chinese Shar-Pei, along with folded ears and a serious, reserved expression.
The Schnauzer Dog Sculpture seems to be waiting for you to come home! This canine cutie has the Schnauzer’s trademark arched eyebrows and bearded snout on his alert face.
Raise your paw if you think you’re the top dog when it comes to canine knowledge. Take this 10-question quiz and find out! Questions are from the American Kennel Club, Animal Planet, and Pet Place. Answers are below.
1. The American Kennel Club currently registers a total of how many dog breeds?
2. A dog’s ____ is as unique as a human fingerprint.
3. What is the name of the dog on the Cracker Jack box?
4. A dog’s first sense to develop is ____.
5. Which dog breed is the fastest on the planet, with speeds of up to 45 mph?
A. Border Collie
B. Great Dane
C. Jack Russell Terrier
6. For the first ____ of its life, a Dalmatian’s spots are only visible on the skin under the fur. Then the spots emerge.
A. 4-5 days
B. 10-14 days
C. 2-3 months
7. Walt Disney’s family dog was a poodle named ____.
8. At the end of the song “____,” Paul McCartney recorded a high-pitched whistle that only dogs can hear. This was done specially for his pup, Martha.
B. “Coming Up”
C. “A Day in the Life”
D. “A Hard Day’s Night”
9. The most popular dog breed in Atlanta, Boston, and Chicago is the ____.
A. French Bulldog
B. Golden Retriever
C. German Shepherd
D. Labrador Retriever
10. Seventy percent of dog owners do what?
A. Sign their dog’s name on holiday cards.
B. Let their dog sleep in their bed.
C. Leave messages on the answering machine for their dog.
D. Put their dog in family and holiday portraits.
Answers: 1) C. 2) B. 3) A. 4) C. 5) D. 6) B. 7) B. 8) C. 9) D. 10) A.
Another year has passed, and it’s time to sniff out the 10 most popular dog breeds in the United States. What’s your guess; were dog owners loyal to the same breeds, or was there a shuffle in the standings? It doesn’t take much digging to find out that the top five favorites have remained unchanged. The French Bulldog, however, continues to climb the list. Its perky ears and tiny pout have sent it from 9th place to 6th. Take a look at how other popular dog breeds fared with this top 10 list from the American Kennel Club.
1. Labrador Retriever
2. German Shepherd
3. Golden Retriever
6. French Bulldog
7. Yorkshire Terrier
Compare this to the top 10 list from 2014:
1. Labrador Retriever
2. German Shepherd
3. Golden Retriever
6. Yorkshire Terrier
9. French Bulldog