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“He’s making a list, he’s checking it twice, he’s gonna find out who’s naughty and nice, Santa Paws is coming to town.”
With the holidays fast approaching it is time to hang your stockings up, assemble the Christmas tree, turn your Christmas lights on and most importantly it’s time to start considering what your most valuable family member might want put on their Christmas wish list to Santa Paws this year!
Here are some pawesome Christmas gift ideas for your furchild:
1. Christmas Bandana
Without a doubt the cutest gift idea out there at the moment is a Christmas bandana. Made out of 100% cotton, this accessory is soft and gentle on the skin. With a great range to choose from, you are sure to find the perfect style to complete your dog’s wardrobe:
- Winter Wonderland
- O Christmas Tree
- Two Turtle Doves
- Santa's Choice
Receive 1 free Pebblina Christmas bandana for all orders of $25!!
2. Reindeer Antlers
Santa Paws cannot reach all the furchildren without his trusty and reliable reindeers. This Christmas, join Rodolph and his friends to help Santa bring joy to furbabies all around the world.
Made out of polyester this playful headband is easy to slip on and creates a joyful and festive element to your pawfect Christmas family photo!
3. Christmas Costume
The holidays just aren’t the holidays without a little dress up.
With so many options out there, one of our favourites is the classic Santa Paws outfit with his trusted helper, the Christmas Elf.
Made out of polyester your friends and family are sure to get a kick out of seeing your pooch in one of these two festive and playful costumes.
4. X-Mas Jumper
Christmas jumpers are a great idea for those cooler climates. While they are playing outside in their winter wonderland be sure to keep their core warm in a cotton or wool jumper which can be found at most pet stores.
5. New Dog Bed
Moving away from Christmas themed gifts, a classic but a goodie is a new dog bed. Instead of buying a traditional dog bed, how about adding some ‘lux’ and indulge in your very own teepee dog tent.
Made out of cotton, you dog will be sleeping like the king or queen in this stylish palace.
Spoil your pet this Christmas with their favourite treats! Whether your dog loves a good bone, liver treats or schmackos, you simply cannot go wrong with this tummy pleaser to satisfy their taste buds.
Just be sure to not leave it wrapped under the tree for too long as I am sure your pet will sniff it out and it will be wrapped no more!
7. Automatic Ball Launcher
Who doesn’t love a good game of fetch? If you really want to go all out this Christmas, Petsafe have a great product to buy for your dog, an automatic ball launcher.
Starting at $190, this gift will entertain and energise you special furfriend for hours
8. Pet Massager
A great Christmas gift idea for those looking for something a little bit different is a pet massager. Designed to relieve muscle tension and stiffness to improve flexibility, it ensures your dog has a healthy digestion whilst reducing anxiety. Pet Wall offer a great variety of massage items to suit any budget.
9. Wicked Bone
Wicked Bone is a really cool gift idea we discovered on Kickstarter. It is practically a remote control car but shaped as a bone and designed for your dog.
It has a bunch of interactive features to help stimulate your dog while keeping them entertained.
You can pre order this through Indiegogo for $99 USD but be sure to order soon so that it arrives in time for Christmas.
10. Brite Bite Brushing Stick
A clever fun toy that helps clean your dog’s teeth.
Made from pet safe rubber, this toy made our list because it is new and innovative. As dog owners, we do not always have time every day to clean our dog’s teeth. This item helps take some of the hassle away and the best part is, dogs love it!
There you have it, our top 10 Christmas present ideas for dogs this year. Be sure to leave the water and doggy biscuits out for Santa Paws to help keep his energy levels up as he embarks on the mighty journey of spreading the doggy love and Christmas cheer all around the world.