Dog Fly Fishing

Top American Made Gifts
for Dogs!

By Matt Mullins  November 19, 2020

Here you’ll find special gift ideas for your beloved pup that are locally made in the USA and crafted with care by and for dog lovers. From my own dog’s favorite indestructible treat toy, the Qwizl, to premium collars, leashes, food and water bowls, I think you’ll find something great for your best friend.

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This is my dog’s favorite toy and the first I’ve found that he doesn’t destroy. Load it up with treats and enjoy the gift of joy…

~ $20  CHECK IT OUT

Easily stow this collapsible bowl in your pack or even your pocket to bring water on every…

~ $20  CHECK IT OUT

Colorful recycled climbing rope becomes an excellent dog leash…
~ $25 CHECK IT OUT
 

This full grain leather collar exudes quality and long lasting durability…

~ $26  CHECK IT OUT

Bacon and stick combined, what more could a dog ask for?…

~ $13  CHECK IT OUT

 

Leashes handcrafted with high quality leather in SleepyPup’s Virginia Workshop…

~ $26  CHECK IT OUT

 

A floating Kong fetch toy for tossing far out in the lake or on land…
~ $16   CHECK IT OUT
 
Keep your pup on the move with this ultralight collapsible food storage bag and dog bowl…
~ $49  CHECK IT OUT
 

Recycled rope becomes a colorful long lasting collar…

~ $25  CHECK IT OUT

Interlocking the small and large Toppl sizes creates an incredible treat filled puzzle for mental stimulation…

~ $21  CHECK IT OUT

This harness dramatically cuts down on the pulling without hurting your friend’s neck. That’s why I own one…

~ $32  CHECK IT OUT

Sassy Dog Wear’s bandana leashes comes in a variety of colors and…
~ $11  CHECK IT OUT
 

No more wimpy dog bowls. These thick stainless steel bowls have rounded corners so your dog gets every last…

~ $40  CHECK IT OUT

Serious style with real alligator leather, this collar will turn…

~ $30  CHECK IT OUT

A BBQ flavor infused nylon bone for the toughest of chewers…
 

Protect your furniture with a silky soft and importantly waterproof throw…

~ $59  CHECK IT OUT

Rachael Ray’s real meatball dog treats are a favorite of even the picky…
~ $6  CHECK IT OUT
 

Studies have shown that licking releases endorphins which helps calm anxiety for…

~ $15  CHECK IT OUT

These colorful collars include a reflective strip to see your dog at night…
~ $20  CHECK IT OUT
 

Keep track of your dog with this bright orange…

~ $20  CHECK IT OUT

Wolfgang Man and Beast collars come in a variety of styles including this cool US flag theme…

~ $20  CHECK IT OUT

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