Mine gets a new collar for Christmas, and a nice big chew to keep him busy under the table while everyone has lunch. I expect my mum will also get him something - my parents can't cope with a dog of their own any more, but they like having a grandpuppy.
Mine is probably getting an early present, a kitten to play with as her good friend, DS's black mog, suddenly died very recently. Am hoping that in time the kitten and dog will be friends . She can have a pack of pigs ears and a bit of turkey on Christmas day.
My gorgeous old boy will be getting doggie truffles and shortbread, homemade liver treats hidden in tissue in a box, turkey dinner and a meaty bone from the butcher. He is not that keen on toys anymore, but he LOVES treats! He is giving DD, a keen cook, a copy of "Canine Cuisine" so he can enjoy yummy treats all year round
Santa HAS to bring something for the dog, my DC insist upon it. She's getting a small bag of bacon-flavored dental bones. She's a rescue dog, and is middle-aged, and it is obvious she doesn't know how to play, and never really has caught on to the concept, so I figured I'd get her something practical that she likes.