It's certainly too late now to get anything shipped for Christmas, but one could certainly order and print a picture, and then put it in an envelope with a "Watch the mail for....!" card. Right? Or is that weird? Maybe it's weird.
Regardless. Submitted for your approval, more Etsy finds!
(and if you missed it the first time, here were my other Etsy finds)
Paramutts Products is still a lovely option. Not only can you pick colors for your collar or bracelet, and help Dobermans in need, but I'm told you never know when paracord might come in handy for you.
Christy Cole Rescue is a store that donates 100% of profits to animal rescue. I'm partial to this Doberman necklace, as one might imagine, but there's at least one non-Doberman item in that store as well.
So, when your dog lost his or her baby teeth, what did you do with them? I'm a nut, and a pack rat, so I kept them. Of course, I had no idea what to do with them after that, but thanks to Rock My World, inc I might have my answer: a custom pendant! They mail you back your original teeth (pet teeth only, mind you) after they make your jewelry. It's a bit pricey, but it is a process that involves making a mold from the teeth, incorporating the loop and ring on top, stuff like that, and does include the chain.
Time Flys Designs has another personalized dog owner option: a nose print bracelet. It's simple, and actually rather classy, in addition to being unique. For people who aren't obsessed with dogs, they also have custom fingerprint jewelry that they make.
Home Indulgence by AR makes personalized miniature animal figurines, based on a photograph that you provide. According to the item listing, prices may vary by difficulty.
Fiber Friends has a spendier custom miniature of your pet option: needle felted. I'm not entirely sure of the scale on these, but they are adorable, and do seem very faithful to the originals.