It’s that time of year when we all start trying to think of fun yet useful Christmas gift ideas for friends and family who love their doggies. Here’s my helpful list to get you started!
♥ Dog Hogger Pillowcase – These pillowcases which come in four different configurations show the reality of where we humans end up sleeping, we all know that even the smallest dog can be a bed hogger (Grizzle certainly is!). High quality, 100% Egyptian cotton pillowcases are silk screen printed in the UK and come in just one size – 55cm x 75cm.
♥ Your Doggies Paw Print on a Keyring – This is not cheap but adorable! You can either order a paw print kit or simply upload a jpg of one you already have. Each keyring is handmade and totally unique to your dog, creating the perfect gift or keepsake. These keyrings are quality 99.9% pure polished silver with optional 24ct gold inlay. It will take at least 4 weeks to process your order so make sure you don’t leave it to the last minute ..
♥ Sweet Shop Dog Treat Jars – These wonderfully traditional sweet shop style treat jars have been given the doggy treatment. The white vinyl label says “Treats” and is personalised with your dog’s name and a cute paw print cut out. While the seller stuffs them full of grain based treats, I would go further with the personalisation by making some tasty and healthy home made treats, some examples being: dried liver or heart, sprats, tuna & oat biscuits. Yummy!
♥ Dog Selfie Stick Clip with Ball – Do you know someone who loves taking photos with their dog? If so then this is the cheap and cheerful gift for them! All you have to do is clip onto your smartphone and get snapping! What’s more, when the dog gets bored of all the photo taking (and they will!) the ball can be thrown for a good old school game of fetch ..
♥ Breed Identification DNA Kit – Do you have a doggy (rescue or otherwise) with an unknown original? The Wisdom Panel 3.0 will, with a simple cheek swab, uncover DNA-based insights that may help you understand their unique appearance, behaviors, and welfare needs. Covering 250+ breeds, types and varieties (including 99 percent of breeds recognized by the AKC), it can be run for mixed-breed, designer, or purebred dogs.