There’s a surprising amount of bark mitzvah favors to choose from. Here’s what we’d stuff in our bark mitzvah goody bag.
Bark mitzvah pen toy
The fountain pen set was once a popular bar mitzvah gift – a bit of a yawn, but it’s much more fun if you can chew it and it squeaks.
Star of David tennis balls
These small tennis balls will keep the pint-sized canine guests entertained.
Baa mitzvah lamb
A squeaky toy to help your canine guests stay in the “baaa mitzvah” spirit long after the party’s over.
For the two-legged guests, you can create personalized yarmulkes imprinted with your dog’s name and bark mitzvah date.
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