10 Dog Jewelry and Accessories to Make You Swoon

Show off your love for canines with these unique pieces. Cute and fun, they also make great gifts.

We live in exciting times, folks — there are so many products available online that show the love we have for our pets. Of course, that includes an endless array of canine-themed jewelry.

Take a look at these picks for creative ways to show off how much you love dogs.

1. Paw Print Hairpin

Price: $5.95
Price: $5.95 from Jackson Galaxy

These bright crystal hairpins add flair to your hair. Each hairpin uses purple stones and silver-tone metal.

2. Wiener Dog Ring Holder

Price: $21.95 from Etsy
Price: $21.95 from Etsy

The dachshund cuts an elegant silhouette as this silver-plated ring holder. You can store up to 12 rings on it, and it even features blue rhinestones for the pup’s eyes. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this product goes to Dachshund rescue.

3. Paw Print Birthstone Earrings

Price: $18.95 from Jackson Galaxy
Price: $18.95 from Jackson Galaxy

You can customize these earrings with your birthstone color, although right now only January, April, May, July, August and November are available. The earrings are made from sterling silver and crystals and are slightly larger than a pencil eraser.

4. Paw Life Pyramid Necklace

Price: $32.95 with snake chain from Jackson Galaxy
Price: $32.95 with snake chain from Jackson Galaxy

Celebrate the puppy pyramid of life with paw prints, hearts and a bone in this pendant. Bonus: It’s made of eco-friendly recycled sterling silver. Two chain options are available.

5. Spinning Dog Bowl Ring

Price: $39.95 from The Animal Rescue Site
Price: $39.95 from The Animal Rescue Site

Although this is called a “paw print ring,” the design looks like stacked dog bowls that spin around. It’s made with sterling silver, brass and copper. Sizes include 6, 7, 9 and 10 and may run small, according to one reviewer.

6. Expandable Charm Bracelet

Price: $26 from Amazon (affiliate link)
Price: $26 from Amazon

This sterling silver bangle expands up to 8 inches and includes 2 charms (paw print and dog bone). You can also customize it with beautiful designs and charms.

7. Greyhound Ring

Price: $60 from Etsy
Price: $60 from Etsy

One of the more expensive items here is this wrap ring for greyhound lovers. Handmade with sterling silver, it’s made to order in a variety of sizes. The ring has a 5-star rating with nearly 3,000 reviews, so obviously people love it.

8. Until We Meet Again Paw Print Necklace

Price: $15.95 from The Animal Rescue Site
Price: $15.95 from The Animal Rescue Site

This sentimental necklace features an infinity symbol with paw prints at the top and bottom. It comes with a chain (18 inches), but people with metal allergies beware — the material is silver-toned metal, not sterling silver.

9. Dog Bone and Paw Print Bracelet

Price: $36.99 from Amazon
Price: $36.99 from Amazon

If you’re not into rings and earrings, consider this sterling silver bracelet. At 7.5 inches long, it is made of connected dog bones, paw prints and sterling silver connectors. Customers seem to love the quality, but many stated that the bracelet is delicate.

10. Classy Silhouette Necklace

Price: $24.99 with rope chain from The Animal Rescue Site
Price: $24.99 with rope chain from The Animal Rescue Site

If you’re looking for a more modern flair, this silhouette necklace is the perfect way to show the world that you love dogs. Made from sterling silver with a pair of optional 18-inch chains, this necklace has a 5-star rating.

A list of just 10 products barely scratches the surface when there are thousands available online. Whether you mix and match these blingy options or find some beautiful jewelry somewhere else, it’s easy for you to showcase your pride and love for your dogs. They also make great gifts for dog lovers.

Kristine Lacoste

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Kristine Lacoste, editor in chief of Petful, is an author, poet and pet lover from Louisiana. She is the author of an award-nominated book, One Unforgettable Journey, and was host of a weekly pet news segment on the National K-9 Academy Radio Show. She was the New Orleans coordinator for Dogs on Deployment, a nonprofit that helps military members and their pets, for 3 years. She is also employed as chief operating officer for a large mental health practice in Louisiana. Kristine has a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a bachelor’s degree in English and a Master of Business Administration degree.

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