Costco is selling an Advent Calendar for Dogs that will make even the humans jealous

Advent Calendar for Dogs, as seen at Costco. Photo: Kimberley Spinney
Advent Calendar for Dogs, as seen at Costco. Photo: Kimberley Spinney /

Costco has an epic Advent Calendar for Dogs in stores now

Costco is the place you go to stock up and buy in bulk, so is it any wonder that they are offering the kind of Advent Calendar for Dogs that makes us jealous. I mean this thing is huge! And it is perfect for the holidays!

I stumbled across this Advent Calendar during a shopping trip with my friend, who has a fur baby or two of her own, and even without opening one up I was impressed. I mean this calendar had some serious weight to it! That being said, it also had a bit of a hefty price tag attached as well, at $39.99 each. However, after doing some research, it is clear that not only does Costco know what they are doing, but we should all be a little jealous.

Costco makes us jealous with a jumbo sized Advent Calendar for Dogs

According to Mashed, we are not just talking about 24 days of small dog treats. Instead, these Advent calendars offer both toys and treats and that’s not even the best part. There are actually six toys in this thing and up to 125(!!!) dog treats.

This isn’t like those boring old chocolate filled Advent calendars. The Advent Calendar for Dogs is an epic offering that shows our pups just how much we love and appreciate them. And it is just as much a surprise for our dogs as it is for us, as we too are discovering what treat is hidden behind the door for each date.

If you want to snag one of these Advent Calendars for your pup, now is definitely the time to do it. While they certainly had quite a number in stock when I was in a store near me (on Oct. 27), you just never know how long they will last and if they will get more in stock.

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What do you think of getting a dog treat Advent calendar? Is this something you would pick up for your pup? Are all those treats and toys worth a price tag of just shy of $40? Tell us what you think in the comments.