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The Go-To Gift Guide for Your Pets in Saratoga Springs

Looking for the perfect present for your pet? Whether they just learned a new trick or you're looking for a new treat, we have you covered! We scoured local stores and online retailers for fun and practical gifts. Take a look at our top picks for gifts for the furry friend in your life. Be sure to check out your favorite local pet store or specialty shop!

This year, Impressions of Saratoga is carrying a new line of collars made from recycled bike tires and nylon, so there is no stink even when wet while protecting bacteria from growing on the collar!

Whether you're downtown shopping with your pup or would like to order a few to have on hand, these delicious Bread Basket Dog Biscuits are the perfect treat for good boys and girls! Check them out at Impressions of Saratoga.

This horse squeaky toy has been very popular at Impressions of Saratoga and it comes in three sizes! Made of all natural premium latex it has a soft, supple squish that dogs love to chew and squeak.

The Lazy Dog Cookie Co. carries locally-made, delicious dog treats using the highest quality ingredients that are also nutritious! Impressions of Saratoga carries multiple flavors, as well as their buy-a-bone single dog treats that benefit local animal shelters.

Looking to upgrade your pet's dishware? Impressions of Saratoga is carrying new raised dog dishes that are perfect for pampering your pet. They come in two sizes and two styles, both single and double feeders. They are the height of royalty!

New for 2018, Impressions of Saratoga is offering Mutts & Barley Dog Beer. It's non-alcoholic, contains barley and beef broth, and you can pour it over your dog's food to add flavor, freeze for a cold treat, or serve alone. It's just $5.99 per bottle.

Looking for more? Check out Bella & Lindy Saratoga's Pet Boutique. This shop has all the accessories you need for your pet, and everything for the pet lover in your life!

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