Holiday gifts for cani-cross or dog-joring runners

Hold the line a moment. Who’s off and running, looking for great holiday gifts for cani-cross or dog-joring runners? Over the river, and through the woods … it’s a trail running Christmas for dog owners!

Here are some fun ideas for those outdoorsy, fitness-minded dog lovers.

  1. Cani-Cross (because we can) – golden dog
  2. Cani-Cross (because we can) – black dog
  3. You haven’t HERD the last of me
  4. Dashing through the snow – Dog-joring
  5. Let’s go dog-joring!
  6. Mutts rock.
  7. Cani-Cross – “Can we? Can we?”
  8. Happy HOWLidays
  9. Happy holidays (Pup and parent)

These unique designs are available on tons of gift and apparel items, including caps, coasters, cups, handbags, keychains, magnets, mousepads, mugs, pajamas, sweatshirts, stickers, tank tops, tee shirts, tiles, tote bags, wine glass charms, and more. Follow the links on the above items to see the selections featuring those designs.

Tip: Use this code ELVES20 for 20% off all orders this week.

Disclaimer: All of these items may be found in this blogger’s online CafePress shop. Proceeds support my own rescue dog and our cani-cross/dog-joring pursuits.

Product photos – fair use

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Hey, Santa - Rescue dogs make great gifts!

Pet adoption offers a great way to present a loved one with an adorable dog for the holidays, while supporting animal welfare efforts. Rescue organizations and animal shelters tend to overflow with pets needing forever homes, particularly in the winter months. Pet surrenders may be plentiful, leaving lots of dogs waiting for animal lovers to take them in.

Please don’t give your pet-buying business to puppy mills or to any pet stores that do business with them.

If you aren’t dead-set on finding a pure-bred, pedigreed pooch, why not check out a local or regional pet rescue organization? You might find the perfect pet!

We adopted a mixed-breed puppy from a pet rescue group a few years ago, and she has turned out to be a wonderful addition to the family.  


Taking in a rescue dog isn’t free. In fact, it can cost a couple hundred dollars or more. But the cost often includes at least one set of veterinary vaccinations and possibly spaying or neutering of the pet (if that has not already been done). It’s generally a fair proposition, if one is dealing with a reputable organization.

Rescue dogs rule. They make wonderful pets.

Commuter Cup:

Santa Dog – adapted from public domain artwork

Rescue Dogs Rule product photos – fair use

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