Dog and cat Christmas gifts for your BFF — best furry friend.

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K&H Thermo-Kitty Bed

Keep an older cat comfy and cozy with this orthopedic bed that has a thermostat-controlled heating unit nestled in its thick foam base. Small and large sizes available. $70–$100 at Mud Bay and

We Are Always Moving Industries Dog Bowl

Fido’s feeder gets an industrial-chic look with these birch plywood milk crates that raise your dog’s food and water for easy access. The top of the feeder lifts off so that food, leashes and toys can be stored below. Available in short and tall, with stainless steel bowls included. $90–$100 at

Krebs Recycle Climbing Rope Leashes

Climbing rope gets new life as a strong, sturdy dog leash. Krebs collects recycled climbing rope from Seattle-area organizations such as Stone Gardens, Mountain Madness and Vertical World, and fashions it into brightly colored leashes up to six feet long. $20 at Mud Bay, All the Best Pet Care and

The Spoiled Cat Catnip Body Pillow

Give your cat a body pillow all her own. These furry leopard-, giraffe- and tiger-print pillows are handmade in Portland and are filled with organic catnip grown in Oregon. Available in 12- to 24-inch sizes. $8–$14.50 at Mud Bay and

Woof & Wild Handmade Dog Bandanas

Outfit your hipster dog in a stylish bandana, complete with a plaid, Fair Isle or lucky-horseshoe print, made in Portland by a mother-daughter duo. The company donates one dollar from every sale to animal shelters and organizations. Sizes XS–XL. $19–$23 at Alair (West Seattle) and

ZippyPaws NomNomz Plush Toys

Your favorite foods are now available in petite plush form for your pup to enjoy. A smiling salmon sushi toy includes two round squeakers. Tacos, steak, pineapple, fries and a croissant are also on the menu. $7–$8 at Pioneer Pet Feed & Supply (Pioneer Square) and

RuffDawg GummyBear

Sweet! This 6-inch gummy bear is flexible, durable, recyclable and entirely too cute, in bright candy colors. The rubber retrieving toy is vanilla-scented and can be filled with treats to keep your pup entertained. It also floats, for outdoor fun. $13 at Mud Bay

Petnet SmartFeeder

This helpful gadget automatically feeds your pet when you’re stuck at work or out of town. It also takes the guesswork out of how much food to dish out and when. Enter your pet’s age, weight, activity level and food type into the Petnet app and the algorithm determines the ideal portions and dispenses them automatically. $149 at Petco, and

Wellsprings Swim and Licensed Massage Therapy for Dogs

Enhance the life of a dog who is arthritic, debilitated, stressed or who just needs exercise at the first licensed massage and warm-water swim therapy pool for dogs in the U.S. Sheila Wells provides the services, as well as hospice/palliative care, to dogs of all breeds, sizes and ages. $100 an hour at (West Seattle)

Swell ’Nog for Dogs

Toast your best friend with this Seattle-made frozen treat of custardy vegan eggnog handcrafted from wholesome human-grade ingredients such as coconut milk, pumpkin puree, honey, cinnamon and ginger. $3.50 at Pioneer Pet Feed & Supply

Emily McDonnel My Better Half Pet Charms

Share matching halves of this pretty enamel charm with your BFF (Best Furry Friend, that is). Sets say “Soul Mates,” “Life Saver” or “You Rescued Me” on a collar charm for your cat or dog, and a brass necklace for you. $18–$20 at Alair and

Zanies Skedaddles for Cats

Encourage your cat’s natural instincts with a fuzzy plush mouse, raccoon, squirrel or hedgehog that they can chase around the room. The simple pull-string toy needs no batteries, and skitters across the floor like the real thing. $4.49–$6.79 at Mud Bay and