What Gift Did Your Pet Get For Christmas?
Christmas – sadly, it’s all over for another year, and as we return to our routines and busy lives, it doesn’t take long for us to forget that the festive season has passed.
So, here at GJW Titmuss we want to relive the magical occasion by seeing what gifts your cute, cuddly and comforting pets received this year.
Doggy delights and pet presents
Using the we asked our followers what goodies and gifts their pet received for Christmas 2013.
Thanks to all of your comments and feedback over the last week and remember if you want to tell us what your pet got then there’s always time to head over to our Facebook page. Just scroll down and find the relevant post before leaving your comments.
So without further ado, here are some of your popular pet present answers.
Personalised dog collar and lead
What better way to make your dog stand out from the crowd with their very own personalised collar and lead. Well this was in fact one of the most popular answers from our Facebook post.
You need to be in control of your dog when out on “walkies”, and whilst a dog collar is indeed a great gift, a personalised one is much better – if we do say so ourselves. So it seems as though getting your canine’s name emblazed on a dog collar was a popular choice.
However, just because the festive celebrations are over, it’s not too late to get your dog a brand new collar and lead. With a range of colours, styles and sizes you’ll be sure to find one that both you and your dog like.
Take a look at the full range of .
Another festive favourite that made our Facebook list was squeaky toys. From bones and food, to balls and animals, squeakers are great for keeping your pet engaged.
Whilst they can stimulate the mind, they also enable you to spend some quality time interacting and playing with your pet too – a win-win situation.
It’s also believed that the reason dogs like the squeak from these toys is because they emit similar sounds to prey in the wild. Whatever the reasons they’re great gifts which don’t cost much either.
Give your pet some post-Christmas love by buying them a new squeaker if they didn’t manage to unwrap one over the festive period. Head over to our of the site to take a closer look.
Christmas treats stocking
It’s not only us humans who like to tuck into treats and sweets at the end of December, dogs like these goodies just as much.
So whilst you’re eating chocolate off the tree, your pets appear to have enjoyed their very own stocking fillings too (although not chocolate of course!).
Both stockings for cats and dogs proved to be another popular gift this year. Maybe this was because you didn’t want your pet waiting to pounce on your stash or simply because you wanted them to enjoy the celebrations too.
Stockings are always a good choice and you can guarantee that all of the treats will be gone before you know it. In fact, your pet will probably end up asleep just like the rest of us after enjoying too much festive food.
Remember to purchase your pet Christmas treat stocking as early as possible by visiting our online store and beating the mad festive rush later this year.
It’s tiring being a pet cat or dog. Once all of the treats have been eaten this usually means that it’s time for a little nap.
So, with this being the case, it turns out that a cosy pet bed was also one of your top choices for this past Christmas.
As pets love their sleep, cats in particular, a new and comfy bed will make for some enjoyable rest over the coming months now that the fun has died down.
Don’t forget that if you’ve been after a new pet bed then GJW Titmuss stock a range of comfy, clever and crazy designs for both and to help them get to the land of nod. Take a look for further details, deals and offers.
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Here’s to a happy 2014 from all of the staff at GJW Titmuss.