7 gifts to make your dog love you even more this Christmas

PUBLISHED: 10:27 17 November 2015 | UPDATED: 10:33 17 November 2015

We've found the best gifts for dogs.

We've found the best gifts for dogs.

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From luxury collars to super-comfy dog beds, we’ve got the best gifts for your pampered pooch this Christmas

Personalised bowl.Personalised bowl.

Personalised bowl £18

We know that they can’t read, but your dog is sure to love you more once you feed them from their own personalised bowl!

Liberty print dog bandana £14

Add a dash of sophistication to your pooch with this exclusive Liberty print bandana. This handmade bandana is reversible and can be worn on either side and will ensure your dog goes out dressed in style.

Liberty print bandana.Liberty print bandana.

Tweed dog bed £47

Treat your dog to a super comfy bed in a durable tweed fabric. Whether it’s summer or winter, these mini Chesterfield beds will add warmth and panache to any room. Filled with either an extra deep hollow fibre filling and an internal waterproof cover.

Luxury wool collar £9.99

Made using quality wool, with fleece lining to provide extra comfort for your dog and a side release buckle to make it easy to put on and to remove, this collar provides classic canine style.

Dog bed.Dog bed.

Poop bag holder £10

Never forget a poop bag again with a Lola on your lead, every dog-owners ‘must-have’ essential. The oilcloth accessory provides easy access to bags and fixes to any lead handle or strap.

Luxury sheepskin rug £90

The ultimate in doggy luxury, this rare breed rug comes from one of the last traditional British tanneries, still produced using the same old world methods relied upon for well over two hundred years. These rugs benefit from a high “fur fibre count” and add serious class and comfort to any home.

CollarCollar

Lead hooks £50

Nothing is sure to make tails wag more than the word engraved on these fun cast iron lead hooks. The engraved oak base with tail shaped hooks will stop leads tangling and keep them organised for when you need them.

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