Chinese New Year Dog Toys

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Chinese New Years Eve Dog Toys

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Out with the old and in with the new on Chinese New Years. This selection of Chinese themed toys gifted to your dog will bring properity all year.

Oranges Dog Toys

Oranges, kumquats, tangerines and pomelos are common Chinese New Year gifts because they’re believed to bring good luck and happiness. The Chinese words for “orange” and “tangerine” closely resemble the words for “luck” and “wealth.” 

The gold color of these fruits also symbolizes prosperity.

Dim Sum / Dumpling Dog Toys

Dumplings are eaten during Chinese New Year because the dumplings themselves look like money pouches and are said to represent fortune and prosperity in the coming year.

Red Treat Ball

Red is considered the colour of luck. Once the new year arrives, new red outfits are worn to visit relatives and friends, to exchange blessings and gifts. During these visits, children will get red paper envelopes filled with cash notes, symbolising that bad luck is driven away and good fortune is passed on.

Firecrackers & Firewords Dog Toys

Fireworks and firecrackers will be set off to scare away evil spirits and to signal the start of a safe and prosperous new year.

Dragon Dog Toy

In the Chinese culture, the dragon represents good luck, strength, health and also the male element Yang. The dragon dance is often performed during Chinese New Year. Chinese dragons are a symbol of China’s culture, and they are believed to bring good luck to people, therefore the longer the dragon is in the dance, the more luck it will bring to the community.

Lion Dog Toy

The lion dance is commonly performed during the Chinese New Year to bring good luck and drive away evil spirits, and the lion dancers may be accompanied by flute and drum musicians.

Rabbit Dog Toy

Rabbit is one of the 12 zodiac signs of the Chinese calendar.

According to Chinese astrology, Rabbits are predicted to be gentle, quiet, elegant, and alert as well as quick, skillful, kind, patient, and very responsible, sometimes reluctant to reveal their minds to others and having a tendency to escape reality, but always faithful to those around them.

Boba Milk Tea

Boba Milk Tea is very popular in several Asian countries.

The sweat tea is paired with the chewy tapioca balls making up the unique element that boba provides.

Chinese Ramen Dog Toy

Did you know….

China consumes the most instant ramen noodles in the world, approximately 40 billion servings per year.

Chinese Take-Out Dog Toys

Did you know….?

The Chinese takeout box is an American invention.

Chinese food got its start in America during the mid-1800s when an influx of Chinese immigrants settled in California during the Gold Rush. This led to the establishment of Chinatowns throughout California.

The earliest version of the Chinese takeout container was patented by inventor Frederick Weeks on November 13, 1894. Weeks’ invention,  which he referred to as a “paper pail”, was made from a single piece of paper that was folded into a virtually leak-proof container and secured with a wire handle.

It seemed to have evolved from existing oyster pail technology, so much so that modern Chinese takeout containers are still sometimes referred to as oyster pails.

Panda Dog Toy

Did you know… ? Pandas are only native to China, so all pandas in American zoos are on loan from the Chinese government. Even those born on American soil are considered property of China.

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Last update on 2024-07-18 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API