With Christmas just around the corner I am just finishing my holiday gift list. They really don't need gifts for my pets because the wrapping paper on the floor and the shinny balls on the Christmas tree keep them playing all day, but it makes me feel good to introduce something new for them.
This year my cats are getting little "PawBreakers". They are catnip that has been compressed into little balls. They are solid so they won't crumble and the cats can chase them around the house. They can also chew and eat them and then keep on playing. Unfortunately we can not stock them at PetWellbeing because they are only in Canada at the moment, but hopefully in the future we will be able to. They are also both getting new hemp collars
(sage and brick). Our collars and leashes are new products for PetWellbeing, so I'm excited to have my cats test them out.
My dog is very spoiled this year. He is getting a new dog bed and body pillow. Unfortunately his bed was peed on by a visiting dog and even with washing, he would rather sleep on the floor than on it (I don't blame him). His body pillow has had its last mend. It is all patches now so it needs a new cover. He wrestles with the body pillow and it is great for his hips.
One thing that my pets do not get for Christmas is edible treats. I'm not a Scrooge, it is just that I train or reward my pets with treats I do not give them "just because". It helps them from gaining excess weight and does not promote begging. Plus on Christmas morning instead of gobbling up teats in under 5 seconds, we all get lots of play time the whole morning.
I would love to hear about anyone's perfect pet gift, or any other Christmas fun ideas.