Close to 50 per cent of people enjoy dogs. And dog-loving men, LOVE dog-gifts.
When you think about it, selecting a Christmas present for a dog owner is a pretty nifty trick. Dog lovers are all united by their pet love and getting their dog a Christmas gift by-proxy shows them you’ve really put some thought into them, personally and not just lumbered them with a generic cookie cutter gift that all your other friends have one of them. We get more info on dog dad shirt.
Here’s our guide to choosing Christmas gifts dog lovers enjoy:
1) Go cheap and cheerful but don’t hope for miracles.
If you’re buying a novelty toy for a dog lover, make it funny-getting a cheap and tacky dog toy or treat only works if the toy has a real laugh factor-otherwise it’s really just, literally, a cheap and tacky gift!
2) Put in some thought-but beware!
Be sure you don’t send the wrong message if you get a dog training product – i.e. ‘your dog needs training! ‘- Many dog owners enjoy improving the social skills of their pets, but that can be achieved with interactive toys, care aids and insightful books rather than items like remote dog training collars or other more ‘serious’ dog training equipment.
3) Food can fire back
Most pets eat too much at Christmas, very much like other dog owners. Getting food , especially food that the dog is not used to (including dog treatments) can backfire if the dog’s tummy is upset. Otherwise, your dog food / pet treat Christmas gift may be perfectly good, but the dog might eat something else on the day their stomach is upset, only to see YOUR gift get the blame.
4) Want to splash your money?
Luxury pet Christmas gifts really catch on. Things like luxury pet beds, designer necklaces, fashionable leads are common. When you have a special friend or close relatives, it is 100% assured that having anything like this would put an exceptionally big smile on their face.