'GMA' Gift Guide: Holiday Gift Ideas for Man's Best Friend

PHOTO: Two longhaired miniature dachshunds wear holiday sweaters.

Pets are a part of the family, albeit much hairier and with two extra legs, but why not treat them to some fun this holiday?

A recent survey on Animalfair.com found that 83 percent of pet parents will give their furry friends some type of gift this holiday season, and that pet parents are becoming more concerned with their pet's lifestyle.

We didn't forget about our furry friends in the "Good Morning America" Gift Survival Guide. Wendy Diamond, pet lifestyle expert and animal rescue advocate, appeared on "GMA" today to share some inventive gift ideas and get-ups for your pooch.

All of the dogs seen on "GMA" Thursday, December 8, are available for adoption at the Humane Society of New York.

Toys and Treats

Dr. Fosters and Smith Turkey Leg Rawhide Dog Bones, $2.99 to $11.19

Kyjen Dog Games Star Spinner Treat Toy, $13.69

Petco's Brown and Tan Memory Foam Rectangular Pillow Dog Bed, $48.99

Lands End Wood Chuck Orbee-Tuff Chew and Fetch Ball, $24.50

Assorted Treats From Zoomies Bakery

Pooch Fashion

Puppia Santa Harness, $19.99 to $29.99

Lands End Hand-Knit Cable Pet Sweater, $39.50

Lands End Doggie Jackets $15.60 to $24.50

All of the dogs seen on "GMA" Thursday, December 8, are available for adoption at the Humane Society of New York.

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