Pamper Your Pet This Christmas With These Festive Treats

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As you’re writing your shopping list and dreaming about what’s going to be waiting for you under the tree, don’t forget about your fuzzy friends. 

Whether it’s planning a spa day for your guinea pig, choosing the perfect Christmas cake for your canary or giving your dog a pup-friendly Christmas cracker, we’ve got you covered with these brilliant festive treats for pets

For Guinea Pigs



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To keep them active and engaged, pick up a small animal house complete with miniature archways and ramps to act as a playground for endless hours of fun. When they’ve worn themselves out on that, provide a cosy, fleece-lined bed or a fluffy hood made for two. 

For their Christmas meal, go all out with adorable mini Christmas stockings packed with a variety of snacks and treats. Finally, give them a post-festivity pamper with guinea pig grooming kits and manicure sets. 

For Birds



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Pick up a cagefull of accessories to keep your feathered friends amused over the Christmas holidays, like a canary playground, spinning bird ferris wheel and vibrant bird swing. Then, make sure they feel included in the festivities with a bird-friendly Christmas pudding or Christmas cake packed full of all their favourite nuts and seeds. 

For Cats



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Instead of wasting time buying lots of little presents, save yourself any hassle or stress by getting a cute Christmas cat hamper complete with  catnip, toys, treats and  tasty new dry food for their festive feast. 

Then, it’s all about making your moggy look the part, and you can’t go wrong with adorable fur-lined Santa Claus jumpers. If your feline is less fashion forward, keep them warm with a personalised Christmas blanket or, if you feel like going for broke, check out the cat activity centres. They have a number of textures, tiers and tunnels to keep moggies active and mentally stimulated. 

For Dogs



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You don’t want your canine chums to feel left out during the festive feast, so pick up  dog treat Christmas crackers that come with a rope tug and biscuit, but no sign of the classic cheesy joke.  

Then, help keep mealtimes more interesting with an interactive dog feeder that helps develop their problem-solving skills as they work their way around the obstacles. 

If you’d like to bring older dogs on more adventures but they’re not up to the challenge any more, buy a pet-friendly waterproof bike trailer that will give them plenty of fresh air, fun and a new lease of life. 

For Rabbits

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If your rabbit has earned an extra special festive treat, make a personalised hamper that includes play and throw toys, a mineral salt lick, fruit-flavoured wooden chews and a new water bottle to deck out their hutch. 

Or, if they’re more active, give your bunny plenty of fun exercises with an elaborate hutch and run complete with interactive obstacles to test their physical and mental agility. Once they’ve completed the challenges, reward them with some tasty treats like honey carrot sticks or seed and nut lollipops. 

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For cheeky canines, check out these brilliant buys for the dog in your life, and for those frisky felines, here are 10 awesome things your cat definitely needs.
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