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Top Christmas gifts for pets

12:00 10 December 2015

Red snowflake knitted sweater, from £10.95, Pettecoats

Red snowflake knitted sweater, from £10.95, Pettecoats

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We all love a Christmas pressies, and that includes our furry friends

Cardboard rabbit castle £17.99, Barks and BunniesCardboard rabbit castle £17.99, Barks and Bunnies

Hamster and small pet reindeer bed £2.99, Waitrose PetHamster and small pet reindeer bed £2.99, Waitrose Pet

Tartan cat/dog leash £12.60, DaWandaTartan cat/dog leash £12.60, DaWanda

Small animal Christmas gnaw tree £2.49, Fin & FurSmall animal Christmas gnaw tree £2.49, Fin & Fur

Lauria Garrelli Paris Flower saddle cloth £36.95, EquusLauria Garrelli Paris Flower saddle cloth £36.95, Equus

Handmade engraved dog bowl £75, WeLoveYouLove at EtsyHandmade engraved dog bowl £75, WeLoveYouLove at Etsy

Le Canape cat sofa £64, Swanky MaisonLe Canape cat sofa £64, Swanky Maison

Dog boots £35, PetLondonDog boots £35, PetLondon

Reindeer tweed cat sweater £25, PetLondonReindeer tweed cat sweater £25, PetLondon

Tweed dog coat, from £19.99, House of PawsTweed dog coat, from £19.99, House of Paws

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