It is Gus‘s first Christmas, so I am planning on getting him some little presents for him too. I am sure he won’t even care, but we want to give him some presents too. He is part of the family now, so deserves a present!
I popped out a request to see what was out there, and I was quite surprised by how many great things that are out there for your pets. I hope you like what I have picked out for Gus.
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1. *Chuckit Ball Launcher Glow In The Dark £9.97 – I haven’t had a dog that doesn’t like playing fetch, Gus is 5 months old and loves it. Tennis balls are his weakness, and this Chuckit Ball Launcher is great quality, it is nice to hold with good grip, throws at a great distance and even glows in the dark. So your evening walks don’t have to stop during the winter!
2. *Forthglade Christmas Dinner x7 £8.75 – I can now give Gus Christmas Dinner on Christmas Day with us, A grain free dinner packed with turkey, cranberry and parsnip! Gus had a sample to try, and it went down very well!!
3. *Personalised Christmas Stocking £16 – His very own Christmas stocking, the kids think this is fantastic, and I am sure Father Christmas will pop something in his stocking for him.
4. *FURminator DeShredding Tool £23.99 (large) – This is such a great tool to help keep on top of the shredding and fur of your dog. I wrote a post on ‘How to cope with the muddy walks‘ and featured the FURminator products.
5. The Super Stick £10.99 – You mustn’t let your dog play with sticks, they can shatter or get lodged in the dog throat. However they love to play with them, so how about a dog friendly stick toy! Made from durable, natural rubber, they are a much safer option for your pet to fetch than a real stick.
6. Sophie Allport Dog Bed from £28 – How beautiful is this dog bed, a nice comfy dog bed is just what your dog needs on a cosy night in with you. Washable too!
7. IAMS Minis Dog Treats – Lamb and Cranberry, these little dog treats are great for rewarding good behavior and training treats, quick and easy to eat they will be happily listening to you!
8. *XLCork Dog Collar £14 (large) – How funky are these dog collars, made from cork and a soft black lining of PU leather, it is very comfy for the dog to wear. It looks pretty stylish too!
9. *Pettura Calming Liquid £24.99 – It is very easy to forget how stressful Christmas can be dogs, there is lots of noise, more visitors to the home, fireworks and lots for them to cope with. So how about trying something like Pettura Calming liquid, works in 15 minutes, and can just be added to their food to eat easily. Drug free, combines valerian, chamomile, L-Tryptophan and ginger root to soothe stress and promote calming.
10. Happy Jackson Dog Food Tin from Wild and Wolf £17.74 – This 15 litre dog food tin is a great place to store your dogs food. Look smart out on the side, with “Dog Food – Dear human, you are so awesome! Now FEED me!”
11. *Eukanuba Healthy Dog Treats 200g bag x 6 £14.81 – These are great for when you are just wanting to give your dog a treat, but not used as training treats. I have been using them for when Gus goes into his crate, or gets into the car, so 2-4 biscuits a day.