Christmas gifts for your furry family

Wondering what to buy your fur baby for Christmas? Pixie the pug shares her festive season wants; they might just give you some inspiration.

09 Dec 2015 By Pixie Comments

It’s my first ever Christmas this year and I am gleaming with excitement. I am so eager to wake up Christmas morning and find all of my presents from Santa under the tree!

In case you’re stuck for gift ideas, I’ve put together an awesome list of pawfect presents for the creatures in your life. The pictures do most of the talking here; I’m becoming quite the model aren’t I?

Mimi’s Daughters felt toys

Check these babies out. They’ll have you chasing tails all day. Great for cats or dogs. I found hours of enjoyment with this ball. There was just something about the felt texture that I really loved!

Guide Dogs Victoria pack

So I may or may not have chewed up the adorable little toy guide dog before the shoot. Guilty! Nonetheless, I am so thankful for receiving this pack in conjunction with Joseph Lyddy Pet Indulgence. You should all jump online and buy yourself a pack and support Guide Dogs Victoria, which does so much for Australians in need.

Crashmat bed

Yep, the name is as it suggests. I had a whole heap of fun jumping and ‘crashing’ into this bed, as did my fur pal Cookie (pictured below). Mum insisted we get the black and white chevron style to go with her décor – they are so stylish! Time to throw out the boring looking pet beds everyone! Check 'em out now!

TNB Pawwears handmade bow ties

Need I say more? I can’t tell you how long I’ve been searching for a feminine bow tie! They also have some really cool Christmas patterns too.

Huds and Toke treats

How festive are these treats from Huds and Toke?! They are handmade with love and healthy for the waistline. People, you now have no excuse to spoil us with Christmas treats this year… I have proof!

Huts And Bay tepee tent – shop via PRINKBOX

This bespoke, handmade and washable doggy-kitty dome makes for a premium pet house. My pick of the ‘litter’ was the small mint teepee. It’s super cosy and a great way to relax and unwind after a long puggy day.

Christmas themed toys at Petstock!

These DGG goodies from Petstock are so bright and cheerful, its sending me Christmas crazy. I don’t even know which toys to start with. Oh and these reindeer ears – LOVE!

Bespoke illustrations by Carmen Hui

How lavish is this? Mum squealed when she received this personalised illustration from Carmen Hui. Turn your furry friends into art this Christmas. It will be something you can cherish forever. The fine detail and effort that goes into every single drawing is impeccable.

Chewy & Co collar and lead

Pastels are totally my thing right now. This candy strip Chewy & Co lead and collar set is so bright and colourful, it is sure to put a smile on every pet owner’s face and keep your favourite dog’s tail wagging!

Davis & Waddle kitchen goods

I love a good pop of colour and these yellow beauties don’t disappoint. This treat jar is pretty much the size of me so there’s no excuse for the parentals not to stock a never-ending supply of treats. Match it fabulously with this Davis & Waddle eating dish. Looking at these makes me hungry.

The Original Ice Ball Company

This is so cool and a great idea for everyone. I really appreciate an ice cold beverage on a stinking hot day. This fancy piece of equipment from The Original Ice Ball Company is great for making ice for my water and takes hours to melt.


I’ll be taking this away with me to the beach after Christmas. I’m not a very confident swimmer, however this Swimfin will put my mind at ease when I get too hot from sunbaking and have to take a quick dip. Shark pug will be coming for you!

 About the author: Pixie is a pug fashionista, whose mission in life is to help other pooches avoid fashion disasters and inspire them to dress to impress. Labelled ‘The pug with the white socks’, Pixie is a devoted Instagrammer and budding blogger. Follow her at @pixie_price

Photography by LouisaLee Photography

09 Dec 2015 By Pixie Comments

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