Christmas Toys For Dogs
Your dog shouldn’t miss out this Christmas, let them be a part of Christmas too by giving them some fun festive toys to play with. You will also need to keep your dog entertained on Christmas day while the rest of the family open presents, eat Christmas dinner and watch festive movies. You will love seeing your dog get excited about their new toys and having hours of fun throughout the day. There are plenty of fantastic festive treats to choose from, here is a small selection of some of our Christmas toys for dogs.
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Rubber Christmas Tree
Treat your dog to a rubber bouncing Christmas tree that will keep them entertained during Christmas day. Lots of dogs adore rubber toys and this one comes in the shape of a Christmas tree.
Stuffed Penguin, Polar Bear, Snowman and Reindeer
There are so many different stuffed toys to buy for your dog it will be hard to decide which one to chose. Will your dog prefer a penguin or a reindeer? See our range of stuffed Christmas toys online here http://www.gjwtitmuss.co.uk/christmas-toys-for-dogs/cid2336/christmas-toys-for-dogs.asp
This festive piggy comes wearing a Christmas hat and scarf. It also makes a real piggy sound that your dog will love. Get a festive piggy for your dog online today. http://www.gjwtitmuss.co.uk/christmas-toys-for-dogs/pid20423/cid2336/good-boy-festive-piggy-pals-210mm.asp
Giant Santa Meerkat
Everybody adores meerkats at the moment, and your dog will definitely enjoy playing with a giant meerkat toys. It has a soft interior and a hidden squeaker inside for added enjoyment. See what the giant meerkat toy looks like here
Tug Of War Reindeer
Tug of war is one of the most popular games that dogs like to play. You can now buy special tug of war reindeer for your dog to play with over Christmas.
Christmas Dinner Toy
It’s not fair that you get to enjoy a whole Christmas dinner and your dog has to sit there and watch. Give them a Christmas dinner toy to play with to distract them from the food and make them feel a part of your Christmas dinner.