Christmas Gift Guide

Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday Gift Guide

One of our favorite times of the year around here is Christmas. A time to give and spend quality time with family, especially our four legged family members. Below are some gift ideas for pet lover, our pups, and kitties too!

 

Perkies Print- what is better than a giant sized picture of your pets? We have 2 (one of each) and it puts an instant smile on our faces. In the picture above you can see the one we bought. We have hanging in our office and its a instant good mood looking at that smile.

 

Coffee Table Book- The Dogist will be a hit will all of your guests. Beautiful pictures of dogs throughout.

 

Christmas Ornament- We all need an ornament with a picture of our precious pooches on the tree.

 

A donation in honor of your pet- nothing feels better than giving back to animals in need. The local shelters are always in need of support. If you do not want to do a monetary donation you can donate supplies.

 

The Neater Feeder- is your dog a messy eater? Our one dog Dee is a very messy eater and her meals go everywhere! We found this and it has saved our walls and cabinets from the mess!

 

Antler Bone- These bones will last forever. We buy one per year and it lasts. They will also keep your pups busy during the colder months when they can’t go outside as much.

 

KONG- you can never have too many of these. Put some peanut butter and banana inside and your pup will be a happy one.

 

Rainbow Cat Charmer- Gets your cat interacting with you running around chasing the string!

 

A cozy cat cave– its no secret that our felines like to snuggle up and relax.

 

We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and your family…furry family members too!

About Courtney Boyle-Anderson

After graduating from college with a psychology degree in 2011, I was excited to start my career. I searched long and hard for a job within my field but quickly found out I needed a masters to pursue many of the jobs that were available. Within a few months I began working for a benefits enrollment company and soon moved to a small accounting firm. While the people were fantastic, I soon realized the cubicle life wasn't for me.

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