Well I am a Dog lover for sure, I often think I like them better than people. Only joking, I love people too but if you are looking for a gift for dog lovers like me, you will not go far wrong with any of my Top Ten gift ideas for us dog lovers.
You can click on any of the images to open the page where I found them,to purchase online.
No 1. Top of my list is this very cute Wooden dog table lamp. It is by Hroome and is adjustable and dimmable. Perfect for a lounge or bedroom reading lamp. I just think it adds a little quirky twist that dog lovers will appreciate.
No 2. Dogalogue virtual gifts. Dogalogue is the shopping site for the charity Guide Dogs for the blind. The gifts range from £7.50 for a toy for a puppy in training and up to £95 to pay for a full training kit for a puppy. There are a range of virtual gifts with a price range for everybody. If someone were to gift me this I would be very chuffed indeed. You can send the recipient either an e card or an actual card with all the details included.
No 3. A Vintage metal sign would be a great gift. You can choose from 18 different dog breeds. I am a little disappointed that there was no poodle so I am showing you the cockapoo version here. Oh well they are very much the dog of choice these days.
No 4. Wooden cheese board. Shaped like a bone and comes with a cheese knife too. The handle shaped like a bone just finishes this off nicely. I would gladly offer family and friends a selection of cheeses on this.
No 5. The Dog rules apron. We all need an apron especially when cooking over the Christmas period. This one is lots of fun but also true. It’s a dogs life!
No 6. This make up bag is a great idea for a lady dog lover of any age. It did make me giggle. It comes in two sizes and four colour ways. I’m all for the pink.
No 7. If your intended recipient is fond of jigsaws like me then this fabulous 1000 piece jigsaw by Ridleys would definitely go down well. An image and info on all of the dog breeds ( well most ) would make this amusing and challenging for any dog lover.
No 8. The tale of the Gingerbread dog by Lilly’s Kitchen is great book for a child 4+ who just loves their dogs. A lovely book to share with children and all profits go to PDSA who give free veterinary care to those who can’t afford it.
No 9. Howler and Scratch Door mats are fun and practical at the same time. They do a range of them in colours and designs to suit but here I have chosen my two favourites.