Chestnuts are roasting in an open fire, mistletoes are hanging above doorways, and pine trees are getting adorned with bright colourful lights. The most wonderful time of the year is upon us!
For those of you who participate in holiday festivities, it’s also the season for giving (and receiving) gifts. Everyone and their cousin is going shopping for presents right now. If you’re reading this, we know you’re thinking of what presents to get your own furbaby.
We’ve got you. We listed 5 of the BEST presents you can give your doggo this Christmas!
1. Cosy dog bed
There’s nothing quite like a comfy and restorative night of rest. That’s also equally true for our pups! Dogs normally sleep twice as much as humans do, between 12 to 18 hours.
All the more reason they could use a good dog bed! It also supports their joints, enhances their sleep, and gives them a space of their own.
2. Squeaky toy
Did you know squeaky toys trigger a dog's instincts of hunting prey in the wild? The squeaks also provide a positive feedback loop, which means your dog gets a gratifying kick every time they bite a squeaky toy.
A squeaky toy will give them the satisfaction of tapping into their inner predator safely and with heaps of fun!
3. Personalised collar
The purpose of a dog collar is to provide added security for your dog. They’re especially useful for young puppies who may wander off or dogs who find themselves in unfamiliar places.
A collar designed with their name on helps your dog be identified easily.
4. Collapsible food bowl
Did someone say dinner time? Mealtimes are important, and a collapsible food bowl helps you conveniently feed your dog wherever you and your furbaby are.
If you’re on a walk with your doggo, you can easily pull out the food bowl and give them a little treat! And when it’s time to pack, you can easily store it in your bag without the hassle.
5. Delicious dental chews
Speaking of convenient treats, dental chews are all the rage – and for good reason! They help clean your dog’s teeth and freshen their breath by letting your dog do what they do best – chew!