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Dou you buy christmas pressies for your dog/cat/bunny/gerbil?

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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
or are we the only saddos? dalmation and labrador get a pile of about a dozen treats all wrapped up on christmas morning,new bowls,new leads and collars etc.
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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#1
My kitty gets a stocking lol :oops:
#2
yes i buy for the family pets that are still with my mum :)
#3
New beds, new collars, treats, more treats, advent calendars etc etc :)
#4
yes we always buy for pets
#5
the rabbit never seems to appreciate his santas hat each year, its too big for him.

Apparently the dog is getting a stocking :w00t:
#6
I Iz Not Get Nuffin Humpf!
#7
i bought my lovely little yorkie terrier a lovely new sofabed last year :) and he loves it and he got a ball also but that was a wee cheap extra :(
#8
santa gets mutt a single present xxx to go in her stocking yup! She has a stocking.
#9
tbh with you the dog is the last thing on my mind at crimbo what with four kids - meany me!
#10
we buy for our dog but it always seems more interested in the wrapping paper than the present!
#11
My pets would be upset if they didn't have a pressie (the kids open them for them) and I also buy for my moms and sisters pets.
#12
Lulu'sMammy
New beds, new collars, treats, more treats, advent calendars etc etc :)


the dalmation has already eaten his advent calendar-and the labradors-hung em on the wall.lasted 2 days and the temptation got too much-stood on his hind paws and scoffed the lot!
#13
no my mum is a saddo too :) she buys stuff for her parrot
#14
Deek43
My pets would be upset if they didn't have a pressie.


Errm?
#15
I'e bought my brother's dog his own christmas cracker so he doesn't feel left out at dinner time! £1 at poundland - bargain! It's even got a joke in it!
#16
We do for the dogs and cat, they are easy to get pressies for, this year we have six chickens too, so not sure what to get them, and before someone says it paxo is not an option (even if its also the name of one them :-) )
#17
borolad94
the rabbit never seems to appreciate his santas hat each year, its too big for him.

Apparently the dog is getting a stocking :w00t:


Sage and onion? :whistling:
#18
my dog is getting a tin of 4 tennis balls, we take off the lid and then watch in hysterics as he tried to get them out
#19
We buy treats and 2 filled stockings stocking for our cats, one for the boys (2) and one for the girls (3), they all get christmassy colllars and they get a little bit of turkey on Christmas day.

Pets are family too :thumbsup:

Edit: The 4 Gerbils and the 30 fish get nowt!!!
[mod]#20
Yep...........all the pets get pressies. :)
#21
argh, I buy my english mastiff a huge bone and a new bed! oh and she has a christmas dinner on christmas day! lol sad I must be but she is family and its christmas! lol
#22
choc1969
My kitty gets a stocking lol :oops:


Have you got and old pair i can have with associated items :w00t:
#23
Our boy has a new basketball every year and this year he has a reindeer with a squeaker in too.

The kids all buy for him as well, so he has his own pile on Christmas morning lol.
#24
my guinea pigs get stuff, treats and fancy hay etc
#25
A bit pointless and waste of money imo

Any of you lot carry your pooch in your handbags?
#26
i always buy my lil doggy a bone n choc :-D
#27
Any of you lot carry your pooch in your handbags?

No, I would need a huge handbag lol :-D
banned#28
mika;7158385
my guinea pigs get stuff, treats and fancy hay etc



WOW





just WOW
#29
Both dogs and the parot have a stocking which ends up with treats in it, the dogs also buy presents the children small presents :oops:
#30
ODB_69
WOW





just WOW


didnt no u cud get fancy hay?lol
#31
ODB_69
WOW





just WOW


didnt no u cud get fancy hay lol
#32
Yup and they get wrapped with the scraps of wrapping paper saved from when I wrap everyone elses presents.

She LOVES unwrapping presents, whether hers or anyone elses! Only problem is, every time you open one, she expects one!

All edible treats because she has never really been interested in toys, have bought them over the years but she now has a big selection which look brand new!

Oh and she has a christmas bowl and mat (well we have different christmas plates and mats, so its only fair!)

We also get cards to and from the dog. Dont do the carrying it around and dressing it up stuff though, she is a dog but even dogs deserve to be spoilt at christmas!
#33
kelly_o_fanatic

She LOVES unwrapping presents, whether hers or anyone elses! Only problem is, every time you open one, she expects one!
We also get cards to and from the dog. Dont do the carrying it around and dressing it up stuff though, she is a dog but even dogs deserve to be spoilt at christmas!


Some people would call you MAD but my wife and i do exactly the same. And our relatives buy them bones and toys.

We even have a paw stamp for the cards we send to our friends and families.:whistling:
#34
Definitely, the dog used to enjoy Christmas as much as anyone or perhaps more so. Given the current pup's enthusiasm for tearing up paper I suspect he's going to enjoy his Christmas presents, his main one is a new teddy.

John
#35
shauneco
A bit pointless and waste of money imo

Any of you lot carry your pooch in your handbags?


My neighbour does! infact her dog never gets walked outside, she's a real odd ball herself who doesnt lie daylight & never opens her curtains until after dark, poor little dog doesnt even know what grass is! Its almost 1 years old and she still uses trainning pads indoors for it. Its a Paris hilton type dog and she has several bags that it goes in.

My dogs are love xmas they get tons of wrapped presents and love unwrapping them
#36
micoo
my guinea pigs get stuff, treats and fancy hay etc



Micoo, me old mucka, whats the point in telling us about all these birds you're forever fighting off and then you post this? Come on mate!:-D
#37
stevieglesga
Some people would call you MAD but my wife and i do exactly the same. And our relatives buy them bones and toys.

We even have a paw stamp for the cards we send to our friends and families.:whistling:


All of our cards are signed from the dog too and a little paw print

Dad wrote a birthday card earlier in the year and forgot to put her on, and the person we sent it to called to check Molly was ok!

Good to know its not just our dog who is spoilt! Cant be doing too badly though, she had her annual jabs and checkup on monday and the vet said she is really healthy, right weight and amazing teeth for a dog her age!
#38
always buy the dog gifts, he gets as excited as the kids trying to sniff out which are his presents under the tree.
#39
I always buy my cats presents. So far I have got them some "christmasy" glitter mice and some "christmasy" balls with feathers sticking out of them (which won't last five minutes). I also want to get them a laser (not a proper laser, a red light!) pen but my local Pets at Home have sold out!

The cats present is the only presents I wrap as the little gits will rip open anything left under the tree - anything else has to go in a gift bag.

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