I love Christmas time; there is just something about Christmas that brings out so much joy. I had a lot of fun with this Christmas gift guide for dogs, and I hope it gives you some ideas on what to buy your furbaby or even friends and family.
I will be giving some of these Christmas gifts away which I will announce on the PawLife facebook page.
Disclaimer: These products have been purchased with my own money. This is not a sponsored post, and the links in this post are not affiliate links.
Christmas Gift Guide for Dogs
The Christmas gift guide for dogs is a great way to find bargains and shop at stores you wouldn’t think of going to. I hope you enjoy this guide.
Above: These cute little outfits are from T.K.MAXX
Above: I have to say that Kmart is picking up their game in the pet department. These are $7 each and they are awesome. They also have other outfits, leashes, collars and bowls.
Above: These are super soft and fluffy squeaker toys from Fuzzyard. These toys can be purchased from most pet stores and online from Budget Pet Products which is my personal favourite online pet store.
Above: These toys are made for dogs that are rough with their toys. The material is tough and sturdy. These can be purchased from World for Pets (RSPCA).
Above: Who doesn’t like Kong products? These are Harley’s absolute favourite tennis balls. They come in different sizes which is awesome for smaller dogs. Budget Pet Products is the cheapest place to buy these tennis balls.
Above: Dog toys can be purchased from most big department stores. This cute Christmas monkey is from Kmart and it was only $3. Perfect for Christmas Day.
Above: I have just recently found K9Natural and Harley loves these natural snacks. They are freeze dried blue lipped mussels. Mussels are a natural source of Omega 3 which helps to give your furbaby a healthy skin and coat. Also they are 100% natural so they are perfect for sensitive stomachs like Harley’s.
Tip: I like to crush one mussel into Harley’s biscuits to give an extra hit of flavour.
Above: This a more of a supplement. The K9 Natural lamb green tripe topper is perfect to add to meals for additional protein and fibre to aid in digestion. These are very very very smelly so hold your breath. 🙂
You can purchase K9Natural from most pet stores such as My Pet Warehouse for about $13-$15.
If you want to buy them online (like I do) I get my supplies from PetCircle.com.au they provide free shipping and fast delivery.
Above: This is something new and I think it’s perfect for people who have a few dogs or if you don’t have much time to spend baking in the kitchen. Mix and Bake are Australian owned and made and provide a range of cake and biscuit mixes which makes it super easy to bake some treats.
I couldn’t do a Christmas guide without a few gifts for us crazy dog lovers. These are great dog inspired gifts for yourself or family and friends.
Above: The 2018 Dog Diary is perfect for everyone. This diary is from a new Australian business run by a fellow crazy dog lover Jaclyn. The company is called Nooshel.com and will be soon releasing new merchandise. I have completed a review (CLICK HERE) which you can read and check out more photos. It’s an awesome diary.
Above: I love a cute dog print shirt, they go well with a pair of black jeans and sneakers. I picked these tops up at Valleygirl, they are in almost every Westfield shopping centre. The button up shirt was $25 and the french bulldog t-shirt was $20.
Above: I picked up the ice-tray and cookie stamp from Coles. They were only $2-$3 each and thought the cookie stamp would be perfect for some dog treats and to be extra festive you can pop some of these Christmas ice-cubes into your furbaby’s water bowl.
Above: Yup these are dog slippers. I picked these up from Kmart for $6. I know it’s summer but these will be perfect for winter and perfect for any dog lover. They are just too cute. 🙂
Above: I love a good stress ball, they help me think. Although I have to hide this from Harley as she thinks it’s a toy. This is NOT a dog toy. For hooman enjoyment only. 🙂 I picked this up from Kmart for $5 and thought it would be a great stocking stuffer.
Above: Even our furbaby’s need a stocking. This is also from Kmart for only a few dollars.
I hope you have enjoyed this Christmas Gift Guide for Dogs. I had a lot of fun putting it together and hope it has given you some ideas on gifts and to show you that awesome gifts can be inexpensive and fun. 🙂
P.S I will be giving some of these Christmas gifts away, so keep an eye out of PawLife’s facebook page.
Gina and Harley