Dog in Stocking (Black) Christmas Ornament
Personalized Christmas Ornament
Dimensions: 2 1/2" x 3 1/4"
This new puppy might need some training, or all of your socks and shoes will become easy targets! This personalized black dog ornament is an adorable keepsake to remember man's best friend on your Christmas tree. Peeking out from his Christmas stocking next to a red and white striped candy cane, this personalized black puppy ornament is a great gift for anyone who got a puppy for Christmas or adopted a dog from a shelter for the holidays. The top of the stocking can be personalized with your dog's unique name.
Bentley will enjoy seeing this on his Christmas tree.
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11/28/2016 - "I have found that this company has been easy to work with & was pleased with product. Mary L."
12/10/2016 - "I order ornaments each year for my grandkids. They can't wait to see what ornament I order for them each year. Cathy S."
11/19/2016 - "Ordering was very easy and complete. Lynn C."
11/16/2016 - "Happy to get the catalog as I was looking for ornaments. Anonymous Respondent"
1/17/2017 - "I HAD MADE AN ERROR ON MY ORDER AND THIS COMPANY WAS TRULY A PLEASURE TO WORK WITH. EVEN THOUGH IT WAS MY MISTAKE, THEY HELPED ME CORRECT IT AND MADE A GENEROUS DISCOUNT TO HELP ME THROUGH IT! WILL ORDER MORE!! Karen M."
12/4/2016 - "Attractive site Easy to navigate Fast checkout. Lynn K."
12/6/2016 - "I am very satisfied with my purchase. My family will love them. Cathy H."
10/24/2016 - "Beautiful Ornaments. Very detailed James C."
8/10/2016 - "A beautiful and personalized gift for family and friends Anne D."
7/29/2016 - "Each year I buy a special holiday ornament for each of my grandchildren . This is the third year I've used Ornament Shop for this purpose because of their extensive selection of African American pieces and the option to personalize each piece. I am always pleased with the quality of the ornaments. Marsha H."