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What are you buying your dod for Christmas?

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CrumbledFeta Sat 31-Oct-15 07:19:43

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CrumbledFeta Sat 31-Oct-15 07:20:08

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LetThereBeCupcakes Sat 31-Oct-15 07:30:54

Ours have stockings with various squeaky toys and treats in. In the past they've also had equa fleeces, new beds, treat dispenser toys (eg nina ottoson) and new collars. This year of got my eye on a Kong jubbler...

Congratulations on the new addition!

LetThereBeCupcakes Sat 31-Oct-15 07:31:52

Sorry, jumbler not jubbler!

CakeNinja Sat 31-Oct-15 07:48:44

I don't have a dog so I can't advise, but who opens the presents?! thlgrin

LetThereBeCupcakes Sat 31-Oct-15 08:56:52

DDog opens his own presents and everybody else's

SlatternIsNotSure Sat 31-Oct-15 11:24:31

I love that picture!

Branleuse Sat 31-Oct-15 11:33:47

not getting my dogs or cats anything for christmas, because they are animals, not children

CakeNinja Sat 31-Oct-15 12:26:12

Letthere that's brilliant grin

Ahh yes, very good point there Scrooge Branleuse wink

LetThereBeCupcakes Sat 31-Oct-15 12:39:00

bran then why post?hmm

Crazypetlady Sat 31-Oct-15 15:38:52

Our dogs open their presents their self and eat a Christmas dinner.

I am getting my dog a head collar to try and work on his walking skills
Some toys
Tennis balls even though he rips them and I have to stop him eating them they are his favourite.
Kong possibly
The cats are having a few toys and treats.

Branleuse Sat 31-Oct-15 15:40:32

cos it came up in active posts, and I thought it was about someones dd, not their dog ffs.

I dunno, I might ask the dogs what theyre after. Get them to write a christmas list. Dont want to get them the wrong thing in case theyre disappointed. I might get them book tokens to be safe.

steppemum Sat 31-Oct-15 17:15:11

my kids insist that the cats, rabbit and this year the chickens get presents for Christmas hmm

but then we do have loads of mini stockings as decorations, so on Christmas eve they all come down and are given to teddies, pets, etc etc.

My kids aren't even that little any more grin

*disclaimer, one pack of lollipops fills all the stockings for teddies etc

attheendoftheday Sat 31-Oct-15 17:22:32

Steppemun our house also sports tiny stockings for a variety of animals, glad to not be alone!

Most get a bit of suitable veg in them. The ducks are a bit of a problem, but last year someone on here suggested a sweetie cone of meal worms which worked excellently.

CrumbledFeta Sun 01-Nov-15 08:37:51

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CrumbledFeta Sun 01-Nov-15 08:38:27

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