Gifts for Dogs

Gifts for Dogs

Don’t worry, you’re not the only one buying gifts for your pets. Over 60% of owners buy accessories for their pet as well as birthday and Christmas presents. With that in mind, where does one start with their pet shopping? Well our friends at Sainsbury’s Bank have provided us with a pawsome gift guide for pets.

Whether you’re an owner looking to treat your furry pal or a borrower browsing for a present for your new four-legged friend, we’re sure you’ll find something they’ll like:

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All pooches deserve treats, so as well as giving them plenty of ear-ruffles and walkies, we’ve shared a few present ideas for your four-legged furry friends - high paws!

Hugo and Hennie

With their speciality being dog beds, Hugo and Hennie have hundreds of absowoofly gorgeous dog beds and cuddle blankets to ensure your dog has a great nights sleep.

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Another way to spoil your pooch is with a pawsome, personalised bowl for them to eat and drink from. With a range of patterns and sizes there’s something to suit all dogs out there, and adding their own name to it just makes it that little bit more special :)

Pets Pyjamas

Pets Pyjamas have everything you could possibly want for your dog - from stylish collars and leads, to treats and toys. They also have some very comfy and wagtastic looking outfits for your pooch too.


On Houndworthy you can find treats for both you and your pooch. They have everything from wagulous ‘Houndboxes’, to clothing to keep you warm on your dogs walkies, and even whistles to help train your pooch.

We’re always sniffing around for pawsome new treats for pooches (owned and borrowed!), so why not make your pooch even more tail-waggingly happy, and treat them today.

Woofs and tail-wags,

The BorrowMyDoggy Team

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