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Pup-Perfect Christmas: Gift Ideas and Festive Fun for Dogs

Make Christmas special for your dog with perfect presents and festive tips. From treats to outdoor fun, create a memorable holiday for your furry companion.

Guide to celebrating a Pup-Perfect Christmas, focusing on gift ideas and festive activities for dogs.

Christmas gifts for dogs: it’s the season for a pup-perfect Christmas. So why not make Christmas a big day for your four-legged friend?

Christmas morning

Nothing matches the magic of walking into the living room on Christmas morning and working through the presents under the tree. Your dog will sense the excitement in the air, so don’t forget to have something in a pile for them, too! It could be a doggy stocking stuffed with goodies, toys, or treats from our Christmas range.

Accompany their gift with an edible Scoff Paper greeting card. They’re made from ethical, rawhide-free ingredients containing omega-3 and six fatty acids. Moreover, they’re vegan-friendly, gluten, wheat and grain-free, low in calories, and come in tasty bacon, chicken and peanut butter flavours, making them a healthy festive treat your pet will love.

Perfect Christmas present for a dog. Festive walkies

After all the excitement, you’ll be ready to get outdoors for a Christmas Day walk, wrapping your four-legged pal up in a colourful Christmas jumper.

And if we’re lucky enough to have a white Christmas this year, why not build a snow dog? For the finishing touches, you could use a vinyl-stick dog toy for the tail and carob drops for the eyes, which means your dog will have something extra to look forward to when the snow melts! Remember to clean your pet’s paws after you come in from the snow to keep their pads in tip-top condition.

Christmas presents for dogs. It’s lunchtime

Best Christmas presents for dogs, festive tips and ideas for your furry friend.
New Year present for the dog.

Remember to resist those pleading puppy-dog eyes when it’s time to sit down and tuck into your festive feast.

However tempting it is to treat your dog to a bit of turkey and stuffing, it’s best to avoid giving them too much human food; it’s far too calorific and salty.

Instead, let them enjoy a Lily’s Kitchen Three Bird Feast Christmas dinner, and when it’s time to raise your glasses in a festive toast, allow your dog to join in with a splash of Posh Pooch Barker Bay ‘wine’ for dogs– it is Christmas, after all! (It goes without saying that you should never give your absolute pet alcohol, of course.)

Perfect Christmas presents for a dog. The afternoon nap

When you’re ready to settle for the Christmas afternoon movie – or, more likely, a snooze! – your dog might want to relax, too, especially if they have Wainwright’s self-heating bed to rest comfortably.

But if they don’t, it’s time to bring out an interactive puzzle or toy; they can keep your pup busy for ages and are a great way to stimulate their mind and develop problem-solving skills. You could go for one of our fab multi-functional Christmas toys, such as the “Plush Dog gingerbread man”, or how about a “puzzle from Nina Ottosson“?

Christmas Day evening

Back to the fridge for the cold cuts! And while you’re chewing on a turkey sandwich, your dog will appreciate a tasty Wainwright’s turkey and rice treat. “Remember to count any special Christmas Day nibbles as part of your dog’s daily food allowance, though, and adjust their regular meals accordingly”.

If you’re planning on party games, remember that your pet might already be worn out by the excitement of the big day, so make sure there’s a quiet room in the house where they can get away from it all. For added comfort, lay out a paw dog comforter in their crate or bed made of cosy, super-soft material; it’s just the thing to help them snuggle up and dream sweet doggy dreams until Boxing Day.

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The "Frenchie Breed" website is a blog aimed at dog owners. We regularly publish articles about our four-legged furry friends. Among the contents of our blog, you will find ample space on the latest news in the sector, with information and in-depth analysis dedicated to the world of dogs in all its forms, the latest trends and news of the moment, curious facts, events devoted to dogs, product reviews, as well as an intense activity of information regarding the health and well-being of pets.

Please Note: The articles in the 'Frenchie Breed Blog' are for information purposes only; nothing published can or should be construed as an attempt to offer professional advice or consultation with a physician, veterinary surgeon or another health professional.

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