If your dog or cat has visions of squeaky toys dancing in his head, he's not alone. And you can find things to make your pet's wishes come true at lots of locally owned pet stores.

If your dog or cat has visions of squeaky toys dancing in his head, he's not alone. And you can find things to make your pet's wishes come true at lots of locally owned pet stores.

Posh Pets in the Short North offers locally designed, custom-made holiday dresses for dogs of all sizes, starting at $40. The Molly Mutt bed duvet ($23-$40) allows you to stuff your pet's bed with your old clothes - the stuff sack holds it all in place - so your dog always has you near.

Also on the nice list are: Bite Meez hand puppets ($12), Smart Cat Peek-a-Prize toy box ($30), Plush Puppies Santa Hide-a-Toy ($11-$16), luggage tags ($6), and a Hanukkah plush dreidel ($9). Don't forget a tiara - only $15.

If you're looking for NFL, NBA or OSU team ware for your pooch (jerseys, collars and leashes), you'll find it at Moochie & Co. at Polaris, Tuttle and Easton malls. Keep your dog warm with OSU fleece PJs ($25-$30) and Apex nylon or fleece jackets ($30-$50).

You'll also find T-shirts printed with sassy phrases like "Bitches heart me" ($22) and "Favorite Grandchild" ($20). Tuffie toys, like the T-Rexx, are made with double stitching and durable materials ($16-$35), and the GoughNuts rubber donuts ($20-$28) are nearly indestructible and guaranteed for life.

If your dog likes to open gifts, Mutts & Co. offers edible holiday wrap ($6). If not, try Huggle Hounds ($23) durable tug toys, or the Dog Casino ($63), which will keep him pulling levers to release treats hidden in chips.

Hoodie fleece PJs ($16), Up Country holiday collars ($21), Aroma Paws shampoo and conditioner ($16) and deodorizing coat spray ($16) will complete his holiday look. Add a canine cake mix ($10), bone-shaped cake pan ($19) or muffin tins ($25) to round out the wish list.

Recycled Retriever doesn't have a brick-and-mortar store, but you can check out their eco-friendly wares at the Winter Pearl Market Downtown on Tuesdays. Some of the most coveted items include: Polkdog Packabowls ($17), travel-ready rubber food bowls; Robbie Dawg treats ($5), four flavors of organic dog treats in a resealable tin; Bumi Floatable Chew Toys ($10), the toy your dog can pull, flex, throw or stretch; Bungee Hemp Canvas Bone ($20), earth-friendly elasticized tug toys; and Penta Pulls ($18), tug toys with a squeaker in each leg.