Now that Thanksgiving has passed, it’s really time to start thinking about the holidays – beginning now with holiday cards. Show your pup-love with our top picks below.

 

Be ImPressed
Evoke the charm of holidays past with classic letter-pressed greetings on crisp white card stock. Artist Rigel Stuhmiller presents five images of favorite breeds in festive spirits. From the mini schnauzer with candy canes to the whippet with snowflakes, it’s easy to send your “Happy Holidays” in style. Matching envelopes included. 
www.etsy.com/rigel

 

Send a MuttShot
You’re dog is such a card. Why not put him on one? With a huge selection of photo cards to choose from, paper-source.com has you covered with the cutest holiday cards ever. All you need is your best mutt shot to create your own adorable photo cards. Order online or stop into any Paper Source retail store.
www.paper-source.com

 

Wish for Happy Howlidays
From your pup-crazy home to theirs, the Mod-Dog card shop wraps up your greetings in sleek, modern style. With all of the dog-centric sentiment your friends expect and zero cutsey kitsch, this smart “Happy Howlidays” greeting is cool enough to frame. Cards come complete with white envelopes and are printed with non-toxic inks on acid-free recycled content paper.
www.mod-dog.myshopify.com

 

Adopt a New Tradition
Show your friends and family that you support shelter animals this holiday season. Send the ASPCA’s exclusive alumni cards, showcasing rescued strays with a new leash on life. With cat, dog, or mixed pet card choices, each boxed collection features 16 different photo cards complete with a brief bio and the ASPCA mission. Make a new holiday tradition and support the ASPCA’s lifesaving work for animal rescue and adoption. Your messages of “Season’s Greetings” and “Peace on Earth” directly support the ASPCA’s pets in need.
www.aspca.org

 

Let Your Dog Write the Holiday Letter
It’s really the least he could do. With so much holiday activity at your house, we say farm out the annual letter to the dog. Sure, he’ll need a little help with the typing, but that’s where the folks at The Creative Dog come in. Just tell them the latest family news you want to share, and a little about your best friend, and you’re done. Your annual holiday letter from your dog’s hilarious perspective is on its way to you.
www.thecreativedog.com