The Best Presents this Easter for Dog Lovers
Are you feeling generous over this Easter period and want to spoil someone in your life? Are they a dog lover? If they aren’t, they should be! Give them a gift they’ll love this holiday period with the added benefit of becoming their furry best friend’s other best friend. Now where to start? You’ll want to give a present that both recipients will want and use, which is tricky when one is human, and the other is dog. We have collected a list of items or experiences that you can give to your friends that they’ll all love!
Django & Co
A Perth family operated business that creates the most beautiful rustic or colourful dog tags + leads, collars, and toys. The tags are customised with their name and a cute little drawing that make them the most aesthetic addition to every dog’s collar. Your bestie will be walking down the street, having everyone admire their pup’s new bling! It’s the perfect way to show your friend you appreciate them this Easter.
Does your mate need to do some spring cleaning and update their wardrobe? How about buying them some matching clothing with their fur babies, because as Mewmew says it – twinning is winning! Jumpers, dresses, shirts, tutus, bandanas, and hats are all part of the collections you will find on their site. A matching jumper set for them and their dog could be the perfect Easter present and very useful! Be sure to get in quickly as their stunning pieces sell out fast – check out their website and see why!
As a treat made from human-grade ingredients, your friend and their dog can enjoy a Petsypole together, although we think one party will appreciate that more than the other. We have tried and tested our Banana & Carob flavour - frozen goodness has our tick of approval, the biscuit not bad. Still, we’d rather chocolate chip or macadamia and white chocolate, just something without tuna in it. Surprise your friend with a Petsypoles voucher or order their present and have it delivered straight to their door! They’ll thank you endlessly for an opportunity to sit down and have some alone bonding time with their pooch.
Lunch or Dinner Out
Perhaps you feel a bit more selfish this year with your gift-giving and want to join in on the fun with an experience rather than a product. If that sounds like you, then look at the concrete playgrounds article on the best dog-friendly bars, restaurants, and cafes in New South Wales! You and your friend can share a meal at one of the venues mentioned and take the furry members along for the ride. Some places even have menus for the four-pawed creatures to enjoy!
After a few years of distance and isolation, we sure did miss seeing our friends and family. What better way to show them how much we missed them this Easter than spoiling them and their dog? Message us on our social channels if you have any other suggestions you think should be featured in our next article! Happy shopping xx