The best Christmas gifts for dogs under $300

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As we are preparing for gifts to families and friends in Christmas season, our furry friends shouldn’t be excluded in our festive celebration. So we round up our best gift ideas for pups to eat, play and use without breaking the bank!

Christmas gift for dogsThis Harry Barker’s toy not only brings festive joy to your beloved pup, it is also kind to the environment as it is stuffed with eco-friendly fibrefill made from recycled post-consumer plastics. A squeaker inside makes it irresistible to dogs not to play with.

WhiskersNPaws | S/ L size: $98/ $118

Christmas gift for dogsWhile unhealthy human fast food is a no-no to dogs, we can certainly get them fast-food-like toys to play with. Sausage of this hot dog toy, for example, can be taken out separately and fetch to your pup if he or she happens to be a gluten-intolerant meat lover.

Petsco | $72-121

Christmas gift for dogsNo dog says no to treats! This dog treat box is packed with up to 4 flavours of your choice, from grass-fed lamb liver, wild caught fish jerky, chicken mince with ginseng and more. Free of preservatives, artificial colouring.

Bugsy’s Treats | $240

Christmas gift for dogsThis is made by 18 certified-organics ingredients which prevent drying and irritating the skin. Less chemicals is always better.

John Masters Organics | $215

Christmas gift for dogsThis sparkly bone-shaped dog tag accessorizes your dog’s natural fur in holiday’s season. It is made with Swarovski stones and brass. Unlikely those over-the-top sparkly, it looks tasteful.

Therese Pet Accessories | $240

Christmas gift for dogsCharlie’s Backyard creates this lightweight, colourful backpack as a beautiful and functional accessory for pups to put on. Your dogs can finally share the workload by carrying their own gear such as paper towels, poo bags and a water bottle.

Pawtners | S/ M/ L sizes $260 – 290

Christmas gift for dogs Handmade in Hong Kong with love, this definitely adds colours to cold weather in Christmas time.

Take a bow | $78-88

Last but not least, the quality time we spend together with dogs is most valuable. Gifts cannot be a substitute to it.  

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