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10 British Christmas gifts every dog lover needs

11:34 02 November 2015

The best gifts for dog  lovers

The best gifts for dog lovers

Copyright 2008 Ruth Black, All Rights Reserved

You don’t have to own a pampered pooch to love these canine-inspired gifts – we’ve found the best presents and stocking fillers for dog lovers, no walkies required

Puppy lamp.Puppy lamp.

Dog lamp £75

This elegant porcelain nightlight creates a calming glow, ideal in the nursery for a relaxing bedtime. But they’re not just for kids, this puppy is so charming it will look adorable in any room of the house.

'Dog whisperer' mug'Dog whisperer' mug

‘I am the Dog Whisperer’ mug £15.95

While there are those who may not agree with this statement after seeing you try and fail to make the dog ‘stay’ in the local park, this mug is gift that celebrates the beloved master/pet relationship. Equally suitable for the owner under the illusion that he’s the one in charge.

Silver cufflinksSilver cufflinks

Golden retriever cufflinks £48

These sleek handmade cufflinks are individually ‘handed’ to ensure both dogs face forward on the shirt cuff and make an elegant addition to a smart outfit.

Bull terrier cushionBull terrier cushion

Bull terrier cushion £24.99

Inject some canine style into a room with this screen-printed bull terrier cushion. The modern tri-colour design is printed onto organic cotton to create a comfy eco-friendly accessory for your sofa.

Pug bootiesPug booties

Pug booties £20

These soft-soled leather booties with super-cute appliqué pugs will keep baby’s feet warm and snugly.

Scotty dog buntingScotty dog bunting

Scotty dog bunting £13.95

Adorn your walls with colourful Scotty dogs, great for brightening up kids’ bedrooms or as a decoration for garden parties and gatherings.

Weekend bag.Weekend bag.

Puppy print weekend bag £42

With its waterproof lining and zip closure, this weekend bag is ideal for days on the beach, sailing or any other day away where you want to keep your things safe and dry. It has three deep pockets on the outside to put your mobile, keys, or dog treats.

Tilly Dog airerTilly Dog airer

Dog clothes airer £58

The Tilly Dog is an airer with a minimalist, canine design that will look great in any room or property. Perfect for drying off wet garments and towels after the obligatory dog walk in the rain.

Labrador apronLabrador apron

Labrador apron £22.99

Featuring Cotswold favourite, the black Labrador, on the large front pocket, this Country-inspired apron is a great gift for the keen chef or dog-lover in your life.

Labrador notebook.Labrador notebook.

Linen notebook £10.95

This linen covered notebook is so pretty you will want to display it rather than hide it in your handbag or office – especially if you’re a proud golden Labrador owner!

Are you more of a cat person? Check out our top pick of feline-inspired gifts here.

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