questionswill you be buying a christmas gift for your pet…

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A pet may be my xmas gift to myself :D Only concern is adopting a kitty when I'll be at work all day every day :(

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Chew toys for my brother's dogs.

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We have a poodle/dachshund mix. She will be getting toys and perhaps a soft blanket.

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She's part of the family, so yeah. But not like clothing or anything. Probably some new toys and treats. She makes us happy, so she deserves them.

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Of my 5 dogs, 3 are the 'big girls' and all love to chew - so much so that I can't give them a regular chew toy as it's ripped apart within an hour. I have found the "Ultimate Tuffy" toy (or something like that) at Amazon, which has lasted almost a year, so well worth the ~$15 investment.

Just looking for something other than a chew toy or rawhide. Has anybody ever baked their own dog treats?

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We've, I mean, Pet.Santa already has gifts in mind for the pets of the family. ...presumably healthy snacks and chewing toys, etc.

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We just ball up the used wrapping paper on Xmas morning and toss it at our shih-tzu. Seems to make her happy.

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Steve is a shep/chow mix rescue. He is a 90 lb wuss. So far he (don't tell him) has a Grinch collar (which he will get day after Turkey day) from his Auntie Kelly. So far his Christmas loot is: 2 new Screaming monkeys, "roadkill" squirrel, couple of paper towel rolls and a empty coke 12 pk box. Doesn't take much to make him happy.....

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i'll get my grandma's dog some treats and probably something cute from the dollar store too. my 2 cats got tiny pet santa hats last year which they hated. i'll think of something else for them, maybe Christmas color collars. i get them a little toy every payday anyway lol

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Absolutely!! We get our three puppy-dog fur-babies gifts from Santa Paws every year. They also get toys through out the year as well. I usually get them ropes, squeaky toys, and raw hides. I just recently bought them the stuffing-less toys from that daily deal and they have really enjoyed them!! They were only 3-4 dollars which was a great deal IMO. My husband is thinking about buying them a toddler bed to sleep on this year =)

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Oh I have a 90 lbs German Shepherd Lab mix - Macie; 90 lbs Siberian Husky German Shepherd mix - Loki; 25 lbs Border Collie Beagle mix - Luci!

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@jandk113: my 2 smaller fur-kids are 1/2 beagle & 1/2 shih tzu litter mates going on 6. Mia & Milo are basically couch tater tots (too little to be potatoes). The big girls are, well, bigger, younger (2 to 3 years old), & playful. Oreo is a mutt, probably part australian shepherd or cattle dog (kinda a collie face shape & a bit psycho), Hershey is a long & lean german shorthair pointer (swims daily, digs up yard & sprinkler system), & Sugar Baby is a yellow lab that likes to terrorize Milo. The big girls would chew up tin cans if I let them, & the only toys they don't destroy are the ultimate tough toys. I'd like to get them all something for Christmas but they're fine on toys & have fairly new beds in their crates. Maybe new blinged-out collars? I'm looking for nifty gift suggestions!

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Thankfully, my cat doesn't seem to like store-bought toys. Thankfully because I can find inexpensive things for him to play with. So, I'll make him some more fleece catnip knots which he loves. Other than that, he'll get lots of snuggles and maybe a few treats.
I'll make some fleece knots for my parents cats too, as one of them will tear them apart, eat the 'nip and then pass out. They like to play in boxes and whatnot, so they'll be able to enjoy that after the unwrapping happens.