Top holiday gifts for the pets in your family
(NC) Don't forget your pet when putting gifts under the tree for your family. Take a look at a few fun-filled ideas from leading retailer, PetSmart:
North Fetch apparel:Keep your dog warm and stylish with a selection of coats, parkas and hoodies that come in a variety of colours. This Canadian-made line has been designed with our distinctive winters and varying climates in mind.
Martha Stewart Pets apparel:Cute festive sweaters, parkas, red shirts with holly, pet pajamas and much more. This line is functional and fashionable, yet practical. There's something for every pet needing to dress to impress.
Festive cat toys: Martha Stewart Pets features a holiday collection which includes: festive mice with Santa hats, red penguin dangler toys, Santa door danglers (great for decorating and doubles as a cat toy), mouse in a tree toy and more. Toys “R” Us also makes clever laser cat collars. These toys will keep a cat engaged and entertained with all the festivities.
Antler Treats:This special gift from Urban Dog is made from naturally shed elk antlers and will have your dog chewing longer than the average chew treat. Right now they are available in multiple holiday flavours.
Guinea Pig costumes:Don't forget the tiny ones. Guinea pigs are great starter pets for families and now they can join in the holiday festivities with Santa and elf costumes from All Living Things.
Pet shopping is even more fun when browsing at your local store, or visit www.petsmart.com.
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