With the gift giving season upon us, are you stumped for ideas?  If there are dog-lovers on your list, why not give them a good dog related book?  (And why not get one for yourself, too?)

We’ve put together a list of dog books with suggestions for kids and for grown-ups, too.  We’ve included some for learning, laugher and inspiration and more than a few that will touch your heart.

There are Amazon.com links for convenience. (We have no promotional relationship; the link is simply for your convenience if you are an Amazon.com shopper.)

Here are some classics, appropriate for children up to third grade:

The Henry and Mudge and Mo Willems books are great for new readers from kindergarten to 2nd grade.

If you’re looking for educational books that teach children how to approach and relate to dogs, here are several good choices:

For the up-and-coming dog trainers in your life, why not invest in some of these dog-trick books? These will provide hours of entertainment for young and old alike:

Got a dog-loving baker on your gift list? These dog cookbooks, along with a dog bone-shaped cookie cutter, will be the perfect gift:

We all have one in the family, that person who has everything and insists you don’t need to get them anything for Christmas. We have a solution. Give them one of these great coffee table dog books:

Sometimes we just want a “good-read”.  Here are a few suggestions:

We hope this gives you some ideas for the dog lovers in your life. If you have other suggestions, please post your list on our Facebook page. (Thanks!)


We wish you and your family all the best this holiday season.

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