Some people don’t like the idea of dressing up their pets, but for others, it’s a fun thing to do with dogs that enjoy the attention. If that’s your dog, spend some time dressing your four-legged best friend on Dress Up Your Pet Day, which falls on Sunday 14 January. Whether it’s a full outfit or change of accessory it will give you some valuable bonding time with your pet.
Much like with birthdays, a popular gift for Christmas has and will probably always be giving a new pet – typically a new puppy or kitten. While this is exciting and the start of a whole new chapter in your lives – there is also a lot of responsibility that comes with welcoming a furry friend into your life.
With the merry season literally just around the corner, it is important to remember to keep your pets safe whilst celebrating amongst family and friends. Christmas brings with it a multitude of fun, food and laughter so needless to say, it can be very easy to overlook which festive foods and decorations aren’t suitable for your furry little friends.
Time to report this month’s TOP 20 cat names that have come through with orders for engraved dog tags tags.
You can check out the meaning of any of the names at www.perfectpetname.com.
And here are our favourite duo cat names we engraved this month!
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Time to report this month’s TOP 20 dog names that have come through with orders for engraved dog tags tags.
You can check out the meaning of any of the names at www.perfectpetname.com
And here are our favourite movie star inspired dog names we engraved this month!
Check our more pet name ideas at
If you or a friend are looking to get a pet tag for your beloved pet dog or cat, don’t hesitate to look at our extensive collection. Our pet tags are available in a variety of different types and colors and we offer packaging and delivery.
Don’t miss out and order your pet tag today!
If, like so many other dog owners out there, you consider your four-legged friends to be a firm part of the family instead of ‘just a pet’, then this one is for you.
Outside of all the usual treats and doggy essentials – bed, bowl, lead, dog tag, an enviable wardrobe and both sofa and bed privileges – there are many other things that dog lovers, just like you, are doing for their pooches on a regular basis – because dogs are family too.
As dog lovers, our Christmas lists are never complete until we have added fun toys to surprise our dogs with on Christmas morning (and keep them entertained during the festive season). Here’s our favourites for this year, all available on Amazon for buyer protection and all include FREE delivery (some on orders over £20).
Our favourite – tried and test by my own cocker spaniel, Mia, with great success! Persist with this – it takes a bit of time, but is worth the effort for the amount of fun your dog can have. Fill with small treats, then train your dog to put the ball into the hole at the top which will release a few treats at a time. Once they find it easy, make them work harder for the treats by throwing the ball for them to retrieve, or hiding the ball, which works well for spaniels who love sniffing out rewards.
And here are some other fun toys:
And of course, don’t forget our own special Christmas pet tags, all from £8.99 including full engraving and 1st class postage within 24 hours:
You can attach and remove them easily with a festive eZeClip: