Every year, man’s best friends are keen to participate in the parties and festivities of the season. To celebrate with them and ensure they too are having a ‘Holly-Jolly Christmas’, pet parents will often purchase themed gifts for their fluffy companions to enjoy on the big day.
Amongst the chaos of Christmas, the last thing you want is to be concerned for your dog’s wellbeing, should they come over unwell as a consequence of consuming a poor quality toy or food item. For this reason, New Pet Parent are on hand to detail adoring dog owners everywhere how they can responsibly spoil their furry friend this Christmas - without compromising the wagging of their tails!
What Makes A Good Present?
Quality Toys: Whether they’re cuddly or perfect for you both to play with, durable dog toys of high quality will be set to last and considerably less hazardous.
Dog Treats: Nothing says ‘Merry Christmas’ quite like a delicious display of food. Whilst you shouldn’t share your own food with your furry friend, you can still spoil them with treats. New Pet Parent is proud to stock premium treats that will make for the pawsome present for pups and adult dogs alike.
Wellness Products: Nothing is worse than your pet being covered in mud from running amuck in the wetness of the garden. Treat them to cleanliness this year - afterall a clean dog is a well cuddled dog! From shampoos to caring supplements, the New Pet Parent Wellness Bundle has all required to make your dog sparkle like the star on top of the tree!
What Presents Shall I Avoid?
Foods: Although our households are abundant in advent chocolates, mince pies, gravy and the festive liquors of the season, it is strictly vital you do not feed these to your dog. Items such as chocolate and any products that contain raisins can be fatal for them. Additional consumable goods to avoid include cooked bones, garlic, tempting jerkys and fatty foods.
Dress-up Costumes: Despite being utterly adorable and abundantly entertaining for the family, dressing your dog in funny costumes can be considerably uncomfortable and dangerous - especially when exposed to the naked flames placed about the property to make the celebration.
Chewy Products: Cheap chewable products to avoid include anything that could splinter, become sharp or potentially a choking for your hazard. You should also avoid products that could damage the health of your dog's teeth.
A Long Walk: Nothing makes your dinner go down quite like a long walk! Your dog will not understand the celebrations of the big day, but they will most certainly enjoy an outing with all of the family.
A Big Bath: Although not their first choice of festive celebration, your dog will benefit from a big bath - it is Christmas time after all! New Pet Parent stock an exciting range of wellbeing and grooming products.
A Charity Donation: Take advantage of your dog being oblivious to the meaning of Christmas time. Rather than purchasing them a potentially questionable gift, extend the Christmas cheer to an animal charity near you, with a donation on your dog's behalf.
At New Pet Parent, we are proud to stock an extensive range of delicious treats and exciting accessories that would be the perfect christmas gift to place under the tree. Suitable for puppies and adults of all breeds, be sure to responsibly spoil your pet and shop our collection this Christmas!
Make it a Christmas to remember with our guide to responsibly purchasing presents for your pup. For the pawfect present, there is no other than New Pet Parent. Each item within our range has been specifically designed and formulated to be adored by dogs everywhere - and could be yours at a discounted price! Use code ‘SANTAPAWS’ for 20% off site-wide until December 31st.