It’s that time of year when you try to find the best gifts for all the important people in your life. But what about the special animals in your life, what do you get them?
We’ve found a few different holiday items that might be perfect for that special dog, cat, bird or rodent in your life.
Show your pet how much you truly love them with one of the items below.
These videos are perfect for any cats and dogs that are in the house all day. Instead of getting themselves into trouble, they can sit and enjoy a few short films geared towards their interests. Your kitty will be mesmerized by shots of birds or mice, while the dog can watch raccoons or other dogs having fun.
Let your pup impress all the others dogs in the park with a bottle of cologne. With special holiday scents that include cinnamon spice, peppermint twist, sugar cookie and pumpkin pie, your little guy will never smell like a wet dog again.
It can get chilly this time of year, even for your pets. This heated bed pad is heated to a vet recommended temperature of 102 degrees perfect for catching a few winks in the afternoon.
Keep your fine-feathered friend in fighting shape with this “real” bird gym. Complete with a working basketball hoop that offers the bird a treat every time it gets one in, this gift allows you to spend some quality time with your pet as you help him get nothing but net.
Give your cat the gift of music this holiday season. No more scratching the furniture, instead they’ll be dropping some beats. So do what the makers of this product say and “check out the hook while your kitty revolves it.”
La Collection De Bijoux Dog Collars
Diamonds aren’t just a girl’s best friend anymore thanks to this line of diamond collars. While you can pick up one of these collars for a measly $150,000 the cream of the crop collar known as the Amour, Amour, goes for $3.2 million and is adorned with 1,600 handset diamonds. The chandelier design, which any dog would love, features a 7-carat diamond. Only the best for your pup.
Perfect for the pup that wants to go incognito at the dog park. This chew toy shows your dog doesn’t take itself too seriously.
None of these strike your fancy? Check out Your Holiday Hints for a few other suggestions.
- Shannon Carlin, CBS Local