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[*] Post 312254 posted on 16-12-2007 at 09:15 Reply With Quote
Alternative Christmas presents?



Being a nation of pet lovers do you buy your pet / pets a present at Christmas ( or send them a card)?

What is it likely to be? and do you wrap it up?


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[*] Post 312295 posted on 16-12-2007 at 17:20 Reply With Quote


I don't send cards, but I do buy presents.
A few squeaky type and I usually buy some small toys that don't have beannie type stuffing from charity shops.
I also buy pigs ears and rask type chews.
I "wrap" loosely and use one bit of sellotape and yes the dogs love it.
I don't deem it to be extravagant or silly, after all my dogs just get their year's worth of toys in one hit.

Believe me if you saw them they are a joy to watch and so easily pleased.
No designer outfits or "this years must have" for my "kids" lol
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[*] Post 312299 posted on 16-12-2007 at 18:14 Reply With Quote


We've always given the bird something to "unwrap" - read, destroy...
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