Highland Fayre Dog Christmas Hamper RRP: 	£52.00 Price: 	£15.60 save 70% amazon
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Highland Fayre Dog Christmas Hamper RRP: £52.00 Price: £15.60 save 70% amazon

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Found 8th Jan 2013
The perfect Christmas gift for a pampered pooch and their mistress!
Ingredients
Cadbury Selection Box; Good Boy Dog Selection Box;
Box Contains
Cadbury Selection Box
White Supermini Umberella with Paw Prints
Good Boy Dog Selection Box
Masterpet Hedgehog
Classic Tri Bone Flyer
Twist n Treat
Nuts for Knots Log
Item Weight: 5 Kg
I received the hamper today (on the 7th January 2013), and it contains the following toys for a dog:
-1 Tri-Bone Flyer -a throw dog toy that floats (the diameter is approx. 18.5-19 cm). The toy is rubber edged.
-1 Nuts for Knots -a knotted rope toy (the length is approx. 27 cm, height approx. 5 cm, breadth approx. 5-5.5 cm)
-1 Twist 'n Treat -a two piece adjustable rubber treat dispensing toy, size medium (=Cockers, Beagles, Shelties etc).

The dog chews in the hamper are:
-1 100% vegetarian Masterpet Hedgehog chew (I'm not sure which size it is, but it's approx. 9-9.5 cm high)
-1 small bag (40 g, 14 pieces) of Munchy Rolls (these are very tiny, the length is approx. 12.5 cm, diameter approx. 0.3-0.4 cm)
-1 Munchy pressed bone with the text "HOHOHO" on the other side (the length is approx. 11.5-12 cm, height 2 cm, breadth is approx. 2.5 cm except the ends).

The dog treats in the hamper are:
-1 bag (40 g) of turkey & cranberry flavour biscuit bones
-1 bag (50 g) of chocolate drops (the expiry date is on the 9th September 2014)
-1 bag (50 g) of beef bone biscuits (the expiry date is on the 19th June 2014)
-1 bag (50 g) of Yuletide Yummies (the expiry date is 15th August 2014).

The hamper contais the following Cadbury chocolates for the owner (the expiry date for the chocolates is on the 30th April 2013):
-1 Crunchie bar (40 g)
-1 Caramel bar (45 g)
-1 Fudge bar (25 g)
-1 Dairy milk bar (20 g)
-1 Flake bar (25 g)
-1 bag of Dairy milk buttons (14 g).

There is also a white umbrella with black paws for the owner.
do they know its not Christmas, will they care , no they're a dog.
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Heat added. The "twist and treat" toy sells on Amazon for £12.99
Don't give your dog the owner treats, as chocolate for human consumption can be very dangerous for dogs.
The only thing our stinking dog got for Xmas was a kick up the **** for sneaking leftover turkey and chocolate up to the kids bedroom to eat. He went all 'Mission Impossible' to get at them too. The **** can't learn how to 'sit' or 'come here' but he managed to scale 2 worktops, a cooker and then open a sealed container! He then got revenge by squirting diarrhea all over the house over the course of 2 days. Little tw.at! I hate that bloody dog. He's getting nowt. Except maybe put down. 1st chance I get.
How is this a good deal? everything in this very bizarre hamper can be found in poundland which would come to £7. They sell those exact toys!
makkax1

The only thing our stinking dog got for Xmas was a kick up the **** for … The only thing our stinking dog got for Xmas was a kick up the **** for sneaking leftover turkey and chocolate up to the kids bedroom to eat. He went all 'Mission Impossible' to get at them too. The **** can't learn how to 'sit' or 'come here' but he managed to scale 2 worktops, a cooker and then open a sealed container! He then got revenge by squirting diarrhea all over the house over the course of 2 days. Little tw.at! I hate that bloody dog. He's getting nowt. Except maybe put down. 1st chance I get.



Nice to hear that you take animal ownership so responsibly.

Get him for Christmas did you?
Edited by: "martinelsen" 8th Jan 2013
Just after Xmas, 2 years ago. It's a Bichon Frise, cost a small fortune I thought. We bought it because it's supposed to be intelligent and good with the kids and whilst I have to admit it is absolutely superb with the children it is also easily the most stupid and annoying animal I have ever met.

I am actually quite a responsible owner. He's fed, watered, walked, played with by the kids,chipped, insured, kept on a lead, we poop-scoop, he's been neutered, all his vaccinations are paid for life, he's wormed regularly and I try and try and try to train the useless little dick to behave but he is just so bloody stupid / too much of a ****. He's laid on his back at the far edge of the settee right now, even though he knows full well he's not allowed up here.
makkax1

The only thing our stinking dog got for Xmas was a kick up the **** for … The only thing our stinking dog got for Xmas was a kick up the **** for sneaking leftover turkey and chocolate up to the kids bedroom to eat. He went all 'Mission Impossible' to get at them too. The **** can't learn how to 'sit' or 'come here' but he managed to scale 2 worktops, a cooker and then open a sealed container! He then got revenge by squirting diarrhea all over the house over the course of 2 days. Little tw.at! I hate that bloody dog. He's getting nowt. Except maybe put down. 1st chance I get.



Ha ha ha, chered up my day at work! Dog's are ****'s! Our 6 month old yorkshire terrior is all of the above (pampered, neutered, poop scooped, fed bloody roast chicken, and the **** still knicks food from your hand/plate/open ****ing mouth every chance he gets!
Haha these responses are hilarious.

We have a six month old puppy and he's a bit willful but training is quite easy if you use positive reinforcement (look on google or youtube).

It took a few minutes to teach him not to steal food from a hand or plate with this method.
We bought a Highland Fayre hamper from Amazon in the Black Friday deals. Biggest waste of money ever (thought about it and can't think of any purchase that I have regretted more). The hamper was full to within 2" of the top with polystyrene chips. The dog toys were demolished in seconds by our border terrier X, so much so that they were a choking hazard for her. This is now an ongoing complaint with Amazon as they toys were dangerous and not fit for purpose. We've had hundreds of items from Amazon, this is the only product I have ever complained about. In fact it is the only product I have complained about in years because mostly stuff falls in to the category of good, OK or not-so-good-so-won't-bother-again, this is just c**p.
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