I don't know I have to look around PetSmart and see what to get them..I have to get kitty gifts and puppy gifts
What about you nikki?
It seems rediculus since neither one knows how to be a dog. We usually opt for the Wal-Mart sock-o-stuff.
I haven't decided yet, but at least a few toys and maybe some treats.
Told my mom that MIA needs something big and expensive because she's had a rough year.
I am getting the little b@#$%^d his own car cover. He loves chewing on mine so much!!!!!
A sterilized bone, it will last all year. I wrote a hub on this exact topic (self promotion)
Probably a 'sensible' chip. She's very young and very silly. Since being taught to sit, she somehow manages to park her ass with wild abandon.
And she always looks as though she's waiting for something good to happen. Puppies are funny creatures
my pet is new and he loves his toy, so probably a couple new toys, chewing bones, a new cozy bed. I feel like he is my christmas present, he's so good, so sweet!!
I'm baking cat treats for my two cats. They're very picky eaters though so I'm keeping my expectations in check.
I'm going to do a treasure hunt for my sisters dogs! Lead them on a trail with random treats guiding them along, they gotta sniff out the juicy bones themselves though!
Note to anyone interested in trying themselves, do not hide any treats in areas you don't want them to dig the crap out of!
Zoey our Blue Healer gets her very own Christmas stocking on the tree filled with her favorite treats! Spoiled? You betcha!
Boo will get salmon treats if I can find them. He has a bag load of toys already.
I love the treasure hunt idea! I'm working on a hub with holiday gift ideas for pets. I think I'll include your idea and credit you in my hub, of course.
These little animals are draining me all year with their "I want this, and I want that. I must have this and I must have that". It must stop. The insanity has to stop.
Fine...I'll get 'em all something but this is the last time
I'll be getting my two cats some special wet food. They love their wet food. They get a small portion each morning. I usually avoid fish or tuna, but they get that for a special treat.
Lots and lots of chew toys and raw hide bones. They really love them.
I got my kitties little knit, catnip mice and I have to go to Pet Valu (Poo on PetSmart) to get my birds some toys or treats.
rawhide bones for sure... my sons's cell phone has mysteriously disappeared... and it still has a ring... and it's turned off...
I have a backyard full of leaves.
by Donna Janelle 9 years ago
Are you buying your pet a Christmas present? If so, how much are you spending?
by Person of Interest 7 years ago
.I just felt like posting this. I'm mainly thinking real-world, though it's equally applicable to online. Happy to say that I haven't seen too much of that in the forums lately, though that might be because I'm avoiding the R&P's again. At any rate, Happy Wednesday!
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