If you’ve got a pampered pooch, cute kitty or pocket-sized pet, you may want to treat them this Christmas! As it’s a bit of a struggle asking them what they’d like in their stocking, we’ve pulled together a fantastic range of pet gifts to keep those tails wagging. Read on for great gift ideas for both your furry and feathered friends!
Pick up a pet stocking
We’ve got a huge range of pet stockings, whatever your budget. For dogs, our Chew and Toy Stocking is great value – it contains a snowman chew, squeezy bone and ball, for great festive fun! And for the pooch that’s got it all, opt for a Merry Woofmas Gift Card packed with tasty chocolatey treats!
If you’re more of a cat person, check out the wonderful Whiskas Christmas Stocking, which includes tasty Whiskas Temptations with Chicken and Cheese, Whiskas Temptations with Salmon and Whiskas Dentabites with Chicken. The stocking also includes a fun and interactive Whiskas Treat Ball.
And don’t leave them out of the exciting countdown to the big day! Our Cat and Dog Advent Calendars ensure they get a tasty treat on each day too!
If you’re getting gifts for smaller pets, our Munching Sticks are perfect for rabbits, hamsters and guinea pigs – they’ll help keep boredom at bay and are sure to go down a treat!
If your cat likes to play with toys, we’ve got a great selection to choose from! Our Fur and Feather Balls and Festive Cat Toy will keep your feline friend entertained for hours, whilst our Teaser Sticks are more interactive, with a long pole to stop your fingers getting accidentally scratched. If your cat is the ‘trendy cat about town’ type, be sure to check out our Glitter Flea Collars!
When it comes to your pooch, check out our Animal Hug Tugs, which are sure to become your dog’s new best friend. For something a little more festive, our cute Robin Dog Toy is just the thing. You could also treat your dog to a stylish new Stripy Dog Collar and matching Lead, keep them warm with a coat, or make bedtime cosy with one of our fantastic tweed beds.
A gift for your feathered friends
Now that we’re in the chilly middle of winter, the natural food that has been plentiful in the wild throughout the year has started to run out. Hard, frozen ground means worms and insects go deeper and are harder to find for blackbirds, thrushes and other such ground feeders. Berries are now long gone, leaving thin pickings for our wildlife. This means wild birds will be coming to explore our gardens for food to make up for the shortages in the fields and bushes in the countryside. We can help our feathered friends survive by providing when nature is taking a rest!
Our popular and tasty Fat Balls will help keep birds well fed, as will this Black Lantern Feeder, which will look great in your garden too. You can also help provide shelter with our birdhouses. This Traditional Nesting Box is perfect for blue tits, marsh tits, willow tits and coal tits.