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Seriously, what are you buying your dog for Christmas?

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BanyanTree Tue 31-Oct-17 13:51:05

My dog comes very high on my Christmas present list grin but I need some fresh ideas.

What are you buying your dog for Christmas?

Santawontbelong Tue 31-Oct-17 13:52:31

Must be worlds worst pooch owner.
Same as usual.

GoingCrazy21 Tue 31-Oct-17 13:55:53

I get him the wrapping paper grin

picklemepopcorn Tue 31-Oct-17 14:06:18

A bed cover and harness, both with his name embroidered on. A collar with out phone number embroidered on because he can’t wear a tag. A snake toy with squeakers and crinkles that ought to be indestructible. So it may last till new year...

Tika77 Tue 31-Oct-17 14:17:49

Nothing. I don’t think he’s a Christian.

Zaphodsotherhead Tue 31-Oct-17 14:31:13

Nothing. They never buy me anything, the mean buggers.

Might let them lick the dinner plates though.

Hedgyhoggy Tue 31-Oct-17 15:00:00

Pawsecco, squeaky Christmas pudding, ball, spotty neck tie and a bit of turkey on the big day. Kids are more excited about the dogs pressie than their own!

theredjellybean Tue 31-Oct-17 15:10:05

Wtaf is pawsecco????
My ddogs are delinquent teenagers so not sure I should get them that.
New matching beds and squeaky toys galore

ClementineWardrobe Tue 31-Oct-17 15:13:42

I may be going to a pottery place to paint them a bowl each, then have each one glazed. I couldn't possibly comment further.


ClementineWardrobe Tue 31-Oct-17 15:14:11

That's the bowls. I'm not glazing my dogs.

BeanSprout79 Tue 31-Oct-17 15:16:03

I have saved all the cardboard tubes from inside toilet rolls and have put them all in a box for him as he LOVES them, cheapest present ever!!

VivienneWestwoodsKnickers Tue 31-Oct-17 15:19:07

Not a leg of lamb bone. She knawed all the meat off the leftover cooked joint of meat last weekend at a friend's house (not the bone itself IYSWIM), and runny pooed all over the garden and dog fields the next day.

Probably a squeaky toy or five, special dinner and a pile of chewsticks.

Half the neighbourhood kids will likely pipe up with something too. She's a total tart.

averylongtimeago Tue 31-Oct-17 15:31:09

Nothing, others peoples wrapping paper suits her just fine.

Lovemusic33 Tue 31-Oct-17 15:46:16

My daughter wants to buy the dog a reindeer outfit for Christmas hmm it's not happening.

She will get some food treats and maybe a toy if I can find when that she can't destroy.

The cats getting a cat bed in hope he will stop sleeping on my bed.

hashtagelfie Tue 31-Oct-17 17:06:00

Personalised dog bowls, fancy food, new collar and leash. His birthday is 13th December as well and we all buy him a gift for that too but the dc usually pick chew toys

trevortrevorslattery Tue 31-Oct-17 17:11:40

Oh! this thread has reminded me it's one dog's birthday in December. I would hate to have forgotten grin

(Yes, I do need to get a grip)

Eryri1981 Tue 31-Oct-17 17:14:48

Peanut butter stuffed rawhide chews and some Decathlon pressureless kids (so slightly larger) tennis balls....he loves them, and they only cost 75p.

LadyinCement Tue 31-Oct-17 17:16:09

Here's the Pawsecco - I just googled it! I'm definitely putting it in dog's Christmas stocking. Dd made him a lovely one embroidered with his name last year...

JigglyTuff Tue 31-Oct-17 17:17:14

A stupid outfit. A new antler.

Floralnomad Tue 31-Oct-17 17:17:16

Mine loves unwrapping and gets presents from the whole family for Christmas and his birthday . He has already got a new fleece blanket from ds , and a new string of monkeys ( plush 3 monkey on a rope toy ) from PAH . Will add to it as we go along .

BabyOrSanta Tue 31-Oct-17 17:18:00

Ddog1 will be getting a few new jumpers and a cheap party frock (that will be worn once for a photo), maybe some Kennel No 5 and I really want to get her a "pearl" necklace for "special occasions" (photos...)

Ddog2 will be getting small tennis balls, some sort of husky toy (tradition) and some other random stuff I'll pick up.

Between them they'll get one of those treat things where they have to knock it over so the treats fall out

Unicorn81 Tue 31-Oct-17 17:21:22

this monkey

Lots of cheap toys from home bargains and poundland
Jelly tots
New fleece jacket

He will also enjoy a variety of cheese with us in the run up 😁

AdoraBell Tue 31-Oct-17 17:22:08

Nothing. Like others the selfish sods have never bought me anything. Besides, they have nea fecking clue about what day of the week it is never mind which Christian/ Pagan festival is being celebrated.

The teenagers want to buy them Christmas hats confused

Unicorn81 Tue 31-Oct-17 17:24:14

Oh for any tough chewers i highly recommend this ball the only toy to last any time with my staffie

Mcakes Tue 31-Oct-17 17:36:35

Ours gets a log. Wrapped up and everything. She gets ridiculously excited about this as she loves chewing them but isn't normally allowed one in the house because it's too messy.
She loves chewing champagne corks too and has trained herself to come running if she hears one pop. We only really have it at Christmas and birthdays so it's her way of joining in the celebrations too. Nice and cheap grin

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