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Looking for a unique and special holiday stocking for your pup? Check out these custom dog Christmas stockings to stuff with treats and hang by the chimney with care! Remember — place your order as soon as possible so you have it in time!

Custom Dog Christmas Stockings!

1.) Dog Christmas Stocking Personalized

Studio Tree makes these adorable, bold stockings — several breeds available in their shop!

2.) Cuddle Clones Custom Plush Stocking

Cuddle Clones create a fully custom stocking that actually includes a plush replica of your pet. Save 10% with code THEBROKEDOG!

3.) Personalized Dog Christmas Stocking

I’m a little obsessed with the glitter and poms on this stocking from WiggleSnoots on Etsy! There are lots of fun customization options, including breeds and fonts.


4.) Dog Paw Stocking

How adorable and timeless is this paw stocking by Momenti di Vita on Etsy? Customize it with your pup’s name and stuff it with goodies.

5.) Personalized Bone Stocking

Nothing like a classic bone! This stocking from Christmas Claude on Etsy comes with your choice of bow and a custom name tag. Want something a little different? There are lots of excellent options in the shop!

6.) Personalized Dog Christmas Stocking

beek on Etsy creates these adorable stockings, which can be personalized with your pet’s name

7.) Dog Personalized Monogram Christmas Stocking

Vixen Goods on Etsy creates these stylish stockings. Choose one of the several available breeds and your pup’s initial!

Some Options From Amazon

Didn’t see a style you liked? While we encourage you to support small businesses like those shows above, there are also some options on Amazon:


Did we miss your favorite custom dog Christmas stocking? Let us know in the comments!



Rochelle BaRoss is an accessory designer by day and a blogger, entrepreneur, and dog mom by night. She moved to Brooklyn in 2012 without a paying job, signed a lease on a two-bedroom apartment with five other people, and worked hard and saved for years until she could move into her own studio apartment and adopt Henry, her terrier mix.

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