5 Best Christmas presents for your dog

5 best gift ideas for dogs.
Join 10 million UK people and buy a gift for your dog this Christmas. © Pixabay

After all the unconditional love your dog has given you over the course of this year the least you could do is buy her a Christmas present or two! And if you’re feeling generous, here are five to choose from:

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1. Pooch Play dog monitor

You’ve heard of the FitBit, well now think FitBit for dogs. This fitness and activity monitor is said by the manufacturers to, ‘add up to 2 years to your dog’s life’; and what better gift is there than the gift of life?! The Pooch Play tracker is linked to a phone application and displays the dog’s exercise routine and weight around the clock. Now you can have a dog that is fit enough for show.

2. Lily’s Kitchen advent calendar for dogs

When you open your advent calendar what does your dog do? Does she look at you and wish more than anything that she could have one of her own? If so, you could always treat her to a Lily’s Kitchen advent calendar. According to Lily’s Kitchen your dog can at last count down the days until Christmas with things like, ‘Flower-shaped treats made with beef liver, fresh carrots, blackstrap molasses and alfalfa’.

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3. Alfie & Molly’s Christmas tree treats

After your dog has opened all of her presents she will no doubt play with her toys for a little while before hunger strikes. What better way is there to treat her for being such a good dog than with a handful of special Christmas-themed treats from Alfie & Molly. Alfie & Molly Christmas tree treats are sold by various pet food outlets including Pets Pantry.

4. Reindeer dog antlers

These antlers are sold by various outlets including UK pet supplier Feedem that describes the antlers as: ‘Rosewood Cupid & Comet Festive Christmas Reindeer Dog Antlers. Complete with adjustable elasticated strap to keep them in place’. Be ready to take some priceless shots of your dog wearing funny antlers; why not also take her outdoors and show her off to the neighbours.

 

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5. Teddy Maximus bow tie

When you head outdoors for your Christmas walk it is traditional to smarten up a little. The same, of course, must apply to your dog, and what better way is there to smarten her up than by adding a bow tie to her collar? Male and female dogs will look the part in Teddy Maximus’s dog print bow tie. The company says: ‘strike a pose in this stunning navy dog bow tie which can be worn in a variety of ways around the dog collar.’

 

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Summary

Treating our dog makes us feel generous, and to see her reaction when she has her own gift is priceless. One in six Britons spend more on the dogs than they do on their other half, so join 10 million people in celebrating everything that’s great about owning a pet.

Read also: Shelter Dogs Excitedly Pick out Toys from Under the Christmas Tree

Nick John Whittle lives and works in Birmingham, UK. He is a specialist copywriter, journalist and theatre critic. Over the years Nick’s family has owned dogs, cats, rodents and birds. The history of animal domestication and of people’s relationship with their pets over the centuries interests him a lot. He cares greatly about the welfare of both feral and domesticated animals and supports ongoing protection of endangered species.