Making Your Pets A Part Of Christmas
Christmas is a time to be with your family, and as pets are usually considered part of the family
they should be able to join in too. Your pets don’t have to be left out at Christmas, there are lots
of ways to get them involved. Some pet owners also enjoy spoiling their pets with special treats
on Christmas day. Here are some ways to make your pets a part of Christmas.
Give them presents
If you want to spoil your pets you can always give them presents. You can even wrap them up
if you like, but make sure they don't try and eat the wrapping paper. You may have to give them
a helping hand opening their presents. We have a wide range of Christmas products on our
website that you could give to your pets as Christmas presents.
Get them a stocking and advent calendar
Yes, believe it or not you can buy stockings and advent calendars specially for pets. They
contain pet friendly products including treats and toys. Pet advent calendars have special treats
for each day and some even have special pet chocolate (pets should not each chocolate as it
can be poisonous, especially for dogs). You can then open your advent calendar with your pet
Spend time with them
Sometimes pets get shut away and kept separate from the Christmas celebrations. If your pet is
likely to get stressed out with all the Christmas mayhem then of course it’s best to put them in a
place where they feel safe. However, if you pet is willing to join in and will be perfectly relaxed
on Christmas day then why not have them around. Spend a bit of time playing with them and
giving them some love.
Christmas pet accessories
Before the big day you can stock up on Christmas pet accessories and make them look festive.
You can get Christmas jumpers, reindeer antlers, festive treats and Christmas collars and leads.
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Christmas treats for pets
While everyone is enjoying their delicious Christmas dinner your pet might want to tuck into
a tasty snack. Don’t be tempted to feed your pet human food on Christmas day. Some foods
could be toxic and a lot of festive food is very high in fat. Get them some special Christmas
treats for pets.
We have a wide range of products for pets, many of which would make excellent Christmas
presents. Browse our range of products and order some presents for your pet in time for