Canine Christmas: A Gift Guide for Dogs

Canine Christmas: A Gift Guide for Dogs
The holiday season is a time of joy, giving and pampering your furkids more than usual. With Christmas just around the corner, there’s no better excuse to spoil your pup silly with the gifts and treats it deserves. While there’s nothing more precious to your canine than your love and attention, the additional toys and treats won’t hurt!

If you’ve been putting off shopping for your fur-kid, there’s nothing to worry about. We’ve rounded up five interesting gift ideas that your canine will love.

Delectable Chew Toys

Canine Christmas: A Gift Guide for Dogs
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Share the joy of our local food with your furkids this Christmas with the Meykrs Hawker Food Siew Mai Dog Toy. These soft plush delectables are filled with cotton and come with a squeaker to engage, excite and entice your fur-kid. Perfect for the chewers, this toy is also available as a bowl of Ice Kachang and a cup of Nanyang Kopi. Mykers Hawker Food Dog Toy, $10.90

Hydrated Hound

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Keep your canine hydrated and healthy on our sunny island wherever you go with the Ruffwear Collapsible Water Bottle. Convenient, light-weight and BPA-free, the water bottle is ideal for the pup that loves to go on adventures. Holding up to a litre of water, hydrate your pup anytime and anywhere without fuss with its popup top. Ruffwear Collapsible Water Bottle, $15

Tug-O-Joy 

Canine Christmas: A Gift Guide for Dogs
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Send your canine over the moon with the Buffalo Rope Toy. Eco-friendly, non-toxic and lead-free, your pup can safely tug, gnaw and toss it around the house. The rope toy also comes equipped with a squeaker, making it all the more exciting for your pet. The best part? Unlike other rope toys, the Buffalo Rope Toy won’t leave your home looking untidy. ORÉ Buffalo Rope Toy, $18

Tasty Treats 

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There’s probably nothing that makes a dog happier than treats. Indulge your pup, responsibly, this Christmas without worrying about preservatives, gluten or grain with treats from Knibbles. Promising quality and freshness, treats here are only made upon order with human-grade food. Give your pet a taste of food heaven with these delectables. Knibbles Treats, from $6

Christmas Casual 

Canine Christmas: A Gift Guide for Dogs
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The holiday season is also the time for hosting and attending parties. If your fur-kid isn’t a fan of costumes or outfits, opt for a comfortable and simple accessory like a bandana. Have your pup look dashing and comfortable in this simple yet versatile option – suitable for both the holidays and everyday use. Available in sizes S, M and L, this reversible bandana can be attached to the collar for a fuss-free wear. Fuzzyard X’mas Speckle Pet Bandana, $14