Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Christmas Gift Ideas for the Pup Who Has Everything

Gifts $5 and under

Glamourdog.com
has a wide variety of charms on sale for $4.97 and up. This cute bone charm would make a perfect gift for your pampered pup!


Gifts $10 and under

Give your pet a "pet-icure" with OPI's quick dry, one coat nail pawlish. Choose from an array of colors: Fire Hydrant Red, Yuppy Puppy Silver, Doghouse Blues, Mutts New? Purple, Bow Wow! Mint Green, or Poodle Pink. This can be found at Trixieandpeanut.com for $10.



Pawpalaceonline.com offers a full line of Posh Pet Designer Fragrances that will keep your pup smelling great between baths. Formulated for dogs, this is a steal at only $8.99. Many fragrances to choose from, including cK-9, Pucci, and Timmy Holedigger. Order soon because delivery takes 1-2 weeks!



Gifts $25 and under


Keep your little guy clean and fresh for all of his holiday parties with Cain and Able's Bone-shaped Vinyl Travel set for only $18.50 available at Cainandablecollection.com. This set includes Lavender Shampoo, Conditioner, Candle, and Between Baths Spritz in a extra cute bone-shaped reusable bag. You can't go wrong with this bargain!



Petsalley.com has a beautiful stainless steel "Woof" dog bowl on sale for $14.97. Non-skid rubber base prevents bowl from sliding or tipping to reduce spills. Bowls are rust-resistant, bacteria-resistant and easy-to-clean.


Gifts $50 and under

How cute would your puppy look lounging on his very own solid wood Adirondack patio chair. For only $49 at Lilianvernon.com, you can get a personalized solid wood chair and cushion. This would even work great in the house!



Gifts $100 and under


Juicy Couture has a wide range of super cute pet clothes and accessories. If you are looking to dole out a little cash this holiday season, try a down a Juicy Dog Parka for $75 available at Nordstrom.com.


Gifts over $100

After a busy holiday, your pup may need a comfy bed for a little rest and relaxation. Target has a very fancy day bed style dog bed with two pull out drawers for all of your puppy's toys. It is a fairly expensive option at $199 but adorable.

18 comments:

Asta said...

Max
I hope you had a pawsome thanksgiving and didn't eat too much and get a tummie ache!
those gift ideas awe gweat! What did you ask Santa fow?? did you see my lettew to Santa?
It was weally hawd to wite..you'we pwobably too young to even do it.
smoochie kisses
Asta

serendipity said...

Great gift ideas! I like the day bed best! It's so cute!

Simba said...

Some great gifts there.

Simba x

Goofy said...

great ideas!!! u gonna make my mom spend again!!

umekotyan said...

It is a luxurious present for a moment.
However, it presents it wonderful. :)

from loved ume tyan

Peanut said...

I want one of those beds but they are both to small for me.

Snowball said...

Those are some really nice gifts. We do not celebrate Thanksgiving here but I hope you have a good time, thou.

Luv,
Snowball

Ferndoggle said...

Our Mom doesn't buy gifts for her friends...she buys for their pets. Thanks for some good ideas!

Sherman, Penny & Lola

Sparky said...

Oh, I just LOVE that chair!!

Sparky

River said...

Hey Max - you would look super dooper cute in that jacket!!

River

skunk hole, pond scum mtn dog plt ldr said...

do you have 4 dirty used wet blankies????guess who we are by our nicknames

Frasier said...

Frasier would like to have a chat with you for even suggesting that he would like some clothes !!!
Joking!I love that bed

Asta said...

Max
Thank dogness fow hoomans like youws and mine..I can't believe how evil some can be..and I'm so glad all ouw fwiends awe helping out
smoochie kisses
Asta

Momo & Pinot said...

We just sent these links to my pawrents 100 times......

Momo & Pinot

Cody, THE Fussy Pot Pants said...

I don't think my hoomans will be that generous to buy such things for me... sigh... lovely pressies though...

LB said...

Great ideas, and not just for the holidays! Another unique gift could be a therapeutic dog bed from the company Draper Canine Therapy. Their beds are stylish, AND they provide relief from soreness, stiffness and swelling, increase energy and accelerate muscle recovery after exertion. Their web site is www.drapercaninetherapy.com for those who think this is a good fit for your, or someone else's, dog.

Enjoy!

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