Christmas Eve is fast approaching--just one more week until the big day! And while many of you may have been super efficient this year and managed to cross off all the names of two-legged friends and family on your shopping list (and if this is true, good job! No Christmas cramming for you!), it's easy to forget those four-legged friends who have made themselves family with their unswerving devotion to you and yours.

Yes, we're definitely talking about your precious pooches! These fur babies love you any and every day of the year, so why not give them an extra dose of happiness during the most wonderful time of the year? After all, your fur babies never ask you for more than the occasional cuddle and treat. And since this lack of goodie expectations means you won't have a Christmas wish list to refer to, we thought we'd help you out with these 60 fun and functional gift ideas for your canine companions.

Click through the gallery below for our suggestions!

The items featured are available from Handyman Home Center, Hobbes and Landes, and Pet Express.

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