We’ve dug up the best gifts for dog moms who love to cook, whether it’s baking treats for her four-legged best friend or simply living her truth as a Fido-loving foodie. From cool cookware to canine-themed kitchen accessories, these tail-wagging gifts for dog moms will have her saying buon appetito!
You may recall in a previous post that dogs and wine are two of my favorite things — let me amend that by saying dogs, wine and FOOD are three of my favorite things — therefore, without further adieu, here is my curated list featuring the 10 best gifts for Fido-loving foodies!
In the meantime, be sure to check out these 33 Unique Gifts for Dog Moms!
Woof & Wine Wine Glass Set
Price: $45 at NelliDesigns
And since wine is also a major food group, why not celebrate with a custom wine glass and cork set?! Each set includes two wine glasses customized with an illustrated etching of your dog’s likeness and name plus a cork closure with your best friend’s favorite toy lasered into the wood top. Cheers to your pooch that makes life worth wagging about!
Coffee and Canines
In keeping with the theme, now she can express her love of coffee and her dog with this I Cannot Live Without Coffee and My Dog tunic from Dog is Good. It’s perfect for relaxing with Rover, while sipping her favorite brew.
I Cannot Live Without Coffee
Price: $27.99 – $31.99
Of course the ensemble would not be complete without a matching tee shirt. This one is particularly soft — perfect for snuggling with her pooch.
I Cannot Live Without Chocolate
Price: $27.99 – $31.99
Here is another perfect pairing: Dog is Good’s women’s tee and hat that both say it all…
I Cannot Live Without Chocolate and My Dog.
Dash Dog Treat Maker
Price: $24.99 (regularly $29.99)
For the at-home chef who loves to make homemade treats for her dog, this is the perfect gift!
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about the author
Brandie Ahlgren is founder and editor of CityDog Magazine. She, and her team of dog-loving editors, dig up the best places for you to sit, stay and play with your four-legged friends. Brandie, 12-year-old boxer Thya and Mexican foster failure Pancho, reside in West Seattle and can often be found hanging out at Westcrest Dog Park.