2016 Christmas Gift Guide for Pets:
Top: Hideaway Box Feeder $19.95 from Parrot Rescue Centre. Ceramic Pet Treat Jar $7.00 from Kmart. Treat-K-Bob Treat Dispensing Toy $7.90 from GP Australia.
Middle: Burgon and Ball The Rabble Dog Tin $35.00 from Myer. Herbs for Pets (book) $49.99 from Dymocks. Burgon and Ball Bubbles Fish Tin $22.00 from Myer.
Bottom: Feline Fiesta Hamper $68.00 from Scamper Hampers. Cat Litter Storage Bin $15.00 from Kmart. Christmas Bow Wow Dog Hamper $75.00 from Scamper Hampers.
Bonus gift ideas – below are a few of our favourite ideas for “Gifts That Keep on Giving” – there are various of options to choose from with these subscription services:
Cattitude Club – as someone who is a cat mummy to two lil’ wild kittehs I must say it’s been an absolute treat to find this box exists here in Australia! These boxes are filled with different products every month and may include a range of treats, toys and care products. Being a member can also give you access to exclusive discounts to cat related products too. For only $30 per month, you can treat your precious kitteh to a range of treats and surprises (not to mention they’ll enjoy playing in the empty boxes too!)
Pawgie Treat Box – for $45 plus shipping, these boxes are packed with tasty treats to get pooches licking their lips and jumping for joy! Each box contains 5-6 quality Australian treats made from natural ingredients. These can be bags of baked biscuits, yoghurt drops, dried meats, dried vegetables, dried bones and other natural ingredient treats that pooches love!
PetPacks Aus – this site has a vast selection of subscription boxes available, including a ‘mixed petscription’ box for those households that have both dogs and cats making up their family. The petscription boxes are quarterly subscription boxes that cost $90 per quarter (there are other payment options available as well). The double/mixed petscription box contains a selection of dog & cat toys, treats and grooming/lifestyle products.
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