September 03, 2021 2 min read 0 Comments
Wow, I can’t believe it’s almost Christmas, and we’ve hardly had a chance to stop and think about Christmas gifts.
What a year 2021 has been…we’ve all felt the weight of a global pandemic upon our shoulders, and continue to feel its wrath; but amongst the really tough times, we have also had the chance to spend extra special times with our pets. Indeed, our dogs and other furry friends have truly come into their own during the Covid19 crisis, providing love, loyalty and companionship throughout, so what better way to spoil yourselves and them with a little treat this Christmas?
We’ve had a think about all the options for gifting your pet this year and there is something to suit all budgets, from treats to luxury items, and even perfect gifts if you feel like spoiling yourself or a pet obsessed family member! We always choose products we’d be happy to have ourselves, and we hope you like our ideas this year!
I’m a big kid at heart, and I still love a chocolate advent calendar – why should the kids have all the fun and excitement of a Christmas Countdown?! Well, there’s no reason to exclude the furriest of family members with a doggy advent calendar.
We love a hamper – especially a foodie one! Make your own hamper with an exciting mix of tasty treats and boredom busting toys that will keep your pooch happy for the festive period and beyond.
What a lovely way to make memories of your beloved pet. A fantastic way to commemorate the arrival of a new puppy or in fact, any new pooch into your home, or just use Christmas as an opportunity to make a beautiful keepsake of your pet. Pet portraits are an excellent way to make your pet the star of the show this season. Check our our range of Custom pet portraits at Www.pawandglory.com
Sometimes at Christmas we get those stocking fillers which are not necessarily ‘exciting’ yet are really practical items which last. This, we think, is one of those. Looking back at 2021, if there is one thing we have always been able to do, it has been to go out for a walk. It is just as important to keep your pet hydrated as it is you, particularly on a long hot summer day. Whilst out walking, this dog water bottle is a simple, space saving option for allowing your dog to stop for a drink.
In keeping with the theme of walkies with your pooch – at the end of a long and wet/muddy hike your dog may well be in need of a dry off before he jumps in the car or heads through the front door!
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