We think so – and you know so. Christmas is going to be a little different this year, but we’re putting on the sparkle (fetching the terrible Christmas jumpers down from the loft) and getting our festive on. Why? Because after a year like no other (and yes, we’ve all heard that enough too) we wanted to say thank you to the dogs who have been there by our side throughout.
Our dogs always make us laugh, they get us outside in the fresh air whatever the weather, and this Christmas we want them to feel like the Luckiest Dog Ever, so that’s what we called our new Christmas gift collection.
It means the dog can be part of the whole day – from getting up and sniffing presents under the tree to wolfing down the Christmas dinner. Even got the sneaky nose dive into the Celebration box covered (our dog treat version is totally dog-friendly as chocolate is definitely off-menu for dogs!).
We talked to our customers to ask you about Christmas with your dog, and 81% of you said you feed your dog Christmas dinner, so we knew we had to offer a healthier version!
Luckiest Dog Ever – the gifts
If you can wait ‘til Christmas morning to give this, you’re better pet parents than we are! This is the gift that dog dreams are made of, packed with everything you and your dog needs for a magical Christmas together. Click the link to find out more.
Everything your dog needs for a cracking Christmas dinner, tails.com style.
Two Christmassy biscuits, two flavours and one cute-as-a-button box.
Something for walkies, something to chew – pull this out the bag this Yule and get those tails wagging!
Funding more feel-good
The Luckiest Dog Ever isn’t just about our dogs, either, it’s a way to give back with some feel-good gifting too. This year we launched our first charitable fund – the tails.com Community Fund – which gives grants to local animal shelters and organisations who need extra support to keep helping dogs and their owners in need. 10% from every Ultimate Christmas Box goes straight to the Community Fund, so you can help us help more dogs and their owners after a very tough year.