On the Fifteeth day of Christmas... Christmas gifts for dogs

I don't know about anyone else but at Christmas time I love to buy my pooch some Christmas gifts and I wrap them up in newspaper with string. It normally takes all day for her to open them but she loves it. So I recently popped into pets at home and had a look at their festive range and so I thought I would share with you some of my favourite ideas for spoiling your pooches this Christmas. As a side note the only reason I haven't done one for cats and other animals is I don't have cats so I don't feel I'm qualified to talk about them.

This frizz bee snowman is perfect to play fetch or tug of war so it's multi-purpose and costs £6.00

This jumbo rope cane is a great toy for those dogs that like to destroy their toys as they are hardwearing and give them some entertain. This costs £7.00

Every pooch needs to have a festive Christmas hat costing £2.50

My pooch loves squeaky balls so this is a perfect festive treats and comes in two designs costing £1.00 each

A treat for every dog with this cranberry flapjack costing £4.00

Set of two medium Christmas puddings, I bought these last year and my pooch absolutely loved it throwing it around in the air before eating it. It costs £3.00

These mini versions are also perfect for entertainment costing £3.00

I have this reindeer headwear for my pooch and it is the cutest thing I've ever seen costing £5.00

Add a bit of Christmas cheer to your walks with this festive dog harness costing £10.00
And finally you must have something to put them all in for Christmas so this stocking is perfect at only £4.00
At Christmas especially, please remember to keep chocolates away from dogs as this is highly poisonous and can make them very poorly. Merry Christmas 


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