Glebe Spree Gift Ideas: Pamper Your Pet

December 15, 2016 | by glebeadmin

Pamper your pet with these hot gift ideas

So, you got that Nerf gun for little Johnny, the iPad Mini for Mary-Lou, you have that special something all wrapped up for your partner under the tree. But have you got everyone on your Christmas list? What about Fido? Did you get something for Trixie?

If you haven’t gotten anything yet for your furry family members, don’t fret, we’ve got you covered in our Glebe Spree Gift Guide, where this week, we show you how to Pamper Your Pet over the holidays.

This luxurious cat condo is the ultimate gift for your furry friend.

Wouldn’t it be great if Garfield woke up to a new cat condo under the tree? Look no further than to Cats R Us, you one-stop shop for all things cats in the Glebe. If you’re looking to treat your cat to a luxurious resting space, pick up this deluxe cat condo, which features two leap pads, scratching posts and an enclosed house where little Triscuit can take her afternoon cat naps. The condo is $199, but the shop has all sorts of smaller scratching posts and cat condos. But before you leave Cats R Us, don’t forget about a stocking for little Bella. Pick up a Zanies cat stocking, then fill it up with all sorts of toys and treats for your kitty.

If you’re hoping your pup can get some good rest over the holidays, then look no further than the Be One Breed Pet Contour Bed from Purrdy Paws Pet Grooming in the Glebe. This cozy bed is made from memory foam and has edges for your dog to rest his head on.

The beds can also be used for medium dogs and cats. The Contour bed goes for $46.99.

Your dog will enjoy a night’s rest in this Be One Breed Contour Bed from Purrdy Paws

But wait, pair it with a new Be One Breed Design Bowl. The round applique melamine is paired with a resistant stainless steel bowl.
The bowls range between $12.99 and $17.99 for the larger model. But don’t leave Purrdy Paws before picking up a pair of new dog or cat pajamas. Get cozy around the fire during the holidays with your furry friend all snug up in their Yellow Hydrant dog/cat pajamas. There are many styles, sizes and patterns, all for $25. Don’t forget, Purrdy Paws is your destination for all your cat and dog grooming needs. They also do mobile grooming.

The Moose head design Christmas sweater for your dog is too cute.

While we are on clothing, why not pick up Fido an ugly Christmas sweater? Your cute little pet is probably the only creature that can make an ugly sweater look fantastic. At Pet Valu, there are loads of styles, designs and even a Santa suit.  The staff at Pet Valu recommend the Bailey and Bella Moose Pattern Sweater. it’s the perfect holiday apparel for your furry friend. The sweaters range between $19.99 and $45. And if you’re taking your pet out on the town, you might as well pick up a pair of booties for your evening strolls. The booties don’t just keep your pet’s paws warm, they also protect them from all the salt and sand that is all over the roads during the holiday season. Pick up a box of Canine Equivalent Ultimate Trail Boots, which boast molded high-traction, all-terrain soles, reflective accents and a reinforced toe protector. The boots are water resistant and breathable and sell for $69.99.

And if we are thinking about pet play time, head over to PetSmart at Lansdowne and pick up some fun toys for Christmas morning. If you’ve got a dog that like to play fetch, the Chuckit Fetch game that features a sling and a ball is your ticket.  Don’t ever worry about getting dog slobber on your mittens again. The games come in different sizes and range in price between $10.99 and $18.99. Kitty wants to play too? You will get hours of hilarious fun out of the Toys R Us Laser Pet Toy, available at PetSmart for $5.99. The toy has interchangeable tips that will display butterflies, turtles and other animals on the wall. Your cat will be doing backflips by the time Christmas dinner is ready.

Merry Christmas, you furry little creatures.

Tune in next week when we go over toys for the kids and stocking stuffers.