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HB2019 Sun 09-Feb-20 19:33:14

My lovely friend is getting a dog! She spoils me and my DD so I'd love to do the same for her but I don't know where to start.

What's the perfect gift for a new Doggy and dog parents?

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Patchworksack Sun 09-Feb-20 19:37:02

What's the budget? Voucher towards puppy/training classes? Cosy bed? Dog toys?

Whynosnowyet Sun 09-Feb-20 19:38:49

Box of matches...
For keeping friend's eyes open during night time wee trips outside..
<pops off to set alarm for stupid o clock again >
Pets at home have a great dpuppy toy selection...

HB2019 Sun 09-Feb-20 20:25:01

Up to about £50, some toys and a blanket then?

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Stellaris22 Sun 09-Feb-20 20:42:54

Agree with vouchers. Or look on second hand sites for a spare dog bed (mine has 3 in various rooms).

Nojeansplease Sun 09-Feb-20 21:37:13

Toys - she’ll go through so many!
Poo bags - same
Some easy slide on sandals or a torch for all the trips outside
Gift voucher for a coffee shop
Little puzzle feeders for pup / licki mats / anything to keep pup distracted to give her 30 seconds peace

Wolfiefan Sun 09-Feb-20 21:38:31

Something for the little bitey bugger to chew.
<looks at holes in all my clothes. Weeps.>

FleasAndKeef Sun 09-Feb-20 21:52:11

I'm a massive fan of the K9 connectables range! You can stuff treats in them like a kong, stick them together to make a puzzle toy, play fetch with them, chew on them and they go in the dishwasher. I'm a bit addicted 😁

AmeliaAndCasey Mon 10-Feb-20 10:51:31

What about a personalised print? These guys do some amazing personalised prints, they do custom portraits to as we had one of our house. They may be able to do something for your friends doggy!

The word art prints are cool, maybe message them to see if they can do a doggy one or as mentioned, a custom doggy portrait if you have a picture of the dog?

www.my-personal-prints.co.uk/

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