Pet Christmas Gifts-Does Santa come and visit them?

  • Jeneral

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    Dec 06, 2011 4:37 AM GMT
    Do other people buy Christmas gifts for their pets and even gift wrap them?
    My family has always bought and gift wrapped presents for the pets. I have a Boston Terrier and she loves to open her gift and the my cockatiel's gift. So for this year-she's getting a new bed. A few times when I mention this to others--they look at me like I need a straight jacket.

    Do you buy for your pets at Christmas?; and
    Do you wrap the presents?
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    Dec 06, 2011 8:57 AM GMT
    Yes, my pets get Christmas presents...and birthday presents.
    Usually they get some sort of toy or treat or collar.

    I don't wrap the presents. I don't want to be picking up little scraps of gift wrapping from all over the floor. No, thank you.
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    Dec 06, 2011 2:11 PM GMT
    Christmas is the busiest time of year for my pet supply store. Treats, chews, beds and bowls sell well, but toys by far are the big item. By Dec 24 our wall full of toys is pretty much cleaned out.

    My two standard poodles always get something wrapped and under the tree. They both also get their own stocking from Santa filled with treats and small toys. My dogs are my kids. I spoil em.

    Oh, and they usually get something for me and my BF too.
  • Latenight30

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    Dec 06, 2011 2:15 PM GMT
    absolutely! They get a special treat and maybe a new toy. They have put up with the tree and decorations for a month so they deserve something for not destroying it. They also like to share in the emotions.
    My dog- Lila, Cocktail Nigel also have stockings. We will put up a stocking for our former dog Baiser.
    Celebrate with your pets. They love the excitement.