Dog Xmas Gift Guide

1st December 2021

In our household the dogs get gifts at Christmas, are you the same?

If the answer is yes, here’s some ideas I’ve found that are available to buy online.

I’m always on the lookout for more, so if you have any, please leave them in the comments below.

Pampered Pooches

Poochiful

To keep the pooches in your life clean and smelling lovely, Poochiful have a great range to make the perfect Christmas gift.

Their cruelty-free products are tested on humans before being used on animals, and they’re products are fully recyclable.

They have a wide range of shampoos, leave-in conditioners and deodorising sprays for puppies, dogs and older dogs.

A selection of Poochiful products against a box with their brand name, sitting on a purple rug.

Poochiful Shampoo is suitable for all breeds, and it works by removing old skin cells to reveal a glossy coat.

It can be used alongside their leave-in sprays to achieve a fresher smelling coat.

Their Leave-In conditioners and deodorising sprays help to reduce matting and tangles, whilst leaving the coat smooth and fragrant.

I like that they have ranges for different dog hair types and ages, which have been created by experts and come in various lovely frangrances.

Yummy Gifts

Lily’s Kitchen

It’s not just us humans who deserve a tasty treat at Christmas.

Lily’s Kitchen have a gorgeous limited edition Christmas range for dogs and cats, including advent calendars, snacks and meals.

Count down to the 25th with calendars full of tasty treats made from natural ingredients, including Cheese & Apple, Rise & Shine and Bedtime Biscuit flavours.

On Christmas Day, our dogs will be treated to the Three Bird Feast, made with freshly prepared turkey, duck and goose, seasonal parsnips and cranberries!

For a gift on the day, they will enjoy a tin of treats including Festive Turkey Jerky, Scrumptious Duck & Venison Sausages and Best Ever Beef Mini Burgers.

My boys love their Festive Turkey Jerky, and I like that they’re grain-free, proper meat treats.

Quirky Gifts

Throw A Dog A Bone

Throw A Dog A Bone is a UK-based online business who create lovely, and healthy, gifts for dogs.

For every product sold they donate 25p to the Pensions 4 Paws charity, which helps to keep retired police dogs safe.

The dog food treats they offer are all homemade using local produce where possible.

All treats contain no added salt, fats or preservatives and vegan and vegetarian recipes are also available.

They have a gorgeous range of Christmas treats this year including the new Dog Christmas Cracker.

A purple Christmas cracker with the words Dog Christmas Cracker on it. In front of it are the items usually inside the crackers: A dog bone, dog balm, dog walking light and fact sheet.

Each cracker has a silent bang to avoid scaring your canine, and contains:

Happy Christmas dog bone treat (Made from Peanut butter, wholemeal flour and fresh garden mint)

Either a paw balm or a night light to put on your dogs collar

One Christmas theme dog poo bag

A dog joke and fact

Dog Birthday Tin

Celebrate their next birthday in style with a Dog Birthday Kit from Kikkerland.

The tin includes a doggie cookie cutter, birthday banner and more to help make their day special.

There’s even a hat for the birthday pooch!

All of the items can be reused each year for maximum sustainability and eco-friendliness.

A flat lay on white background of the inside of the Happy Birthday Dog Tin. Includes cookie cutter in shape of a dog biscuit, bunting, party hat and string.

Dachshund Planter

What better than a planter shaped like the world’s happiest dachshund dog?!

This is the perfect gift for the sausage dog owners in your life.

The Dachshund Planter from Men Kind is a cute planter which is perfect for a green-fingered dog lover.

It’s made from quality ceramic and has a leak-free design, so herbs and flowers can grow on your window sill with no mess.

A light brown Dachshund planter with some herbs growing from it.

Other Ideas

Check out my Christmas Gift Guide for Dogs 2020 for more inspiration, and comment below if you have any other ideas.

No payment has been received for this post. Items have been gifted to test for the purpose of this post.

All opinions are honest and my own.

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