Buying Christmas gifts for our pets is just as important as pressies for everyone else. Jade Tierney has a few ideas on how to spoil your furry (or hairless) friend this festive season.
1. MadebyMogDesigns
Vanessa Spencer is a ‘’reformed fast-fashionista’’. The Galway based designer makes beautiful dog bandanas, bags, masks and house décor in stunning prints. With a huge stance on being kind to the planet, you and your furry pal can be stylish and sustainable! Vanessa retails on Etsy @MadebyMogDesigns and offers free worldwide shipping.

 

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2. Best Friend’s World
Starting off as a small market stall, Chellie now sells everything you could imagine for your pet. The wide range of pet products has been personally selected by Chellie herself, all through her vast experience in training with Animal Welfare and Dog Grooming. The doggie haven is based in Tipperary and retails online, with a dedicated section for Christmas outfits, pet stockings and treats!

 

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3. Pet Hamper
The Irish company supply only the best pet supplies, filled with enriching treats and toys that will increase their quality of life by stimulating their mind and allowing them to play. With hampers for every budget, including Christmas themed goodies! Each hamper is stunningly presented.

 

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