A Very Maysie’s Christmas

By Dave 2 years agoNo Comments
A Very Maysie's Christmas

We love a bit of Christmas here at Maysie’s Pet Care. As you’ve probably guessed, we also love having a houseful of doggies. We tend to get a little over-excited when the two are combined… gathering all sorts of doggie-themed bits and bobs (some Christmassy winners and some Scroogy losers!) To help you out this festive season, here’s a few recommendations to make your four-legged friend’s Christmas extra special. Woof!

If you’d like to buy any of the following gifts for your pup, click on the image, and it’ll take you straight to the online store you can buy them at.


Personalised Pet Santa Sack: 100% cotton sacks to bundle up all of your little buddie’s gifts. Let’s be honest, you’re going to need one after going through this list!

Doggy Christmas Pet Santa Sacks

Good Boy Dog Advent Calendar: Find a doggie chocolate drop behind each door – why should they miss out on all the festive fun?

Doggy Christmas Advent Calendar

Good Boy Christmas Stocking: Give your pooch the perfect prezzie this Christmas. Stocking contains a yummy selection of treats and chews, with a toy to play with too!

Doggy Christmas Stocking

Doggy Christmas Dinner: Three Bird Festive Feast from Lily’s Kitchen. A wholesome and delicious Christmas dinner for your furry friend. Your doggie deserves a Christmas dinner too, right?

Doggy Christmas Dinner

Good Boy Mince Pies: It’s not a proper Christmas dinner without doggie mince pies!

Doggy Christmas Mince Pies


Houndworthy Luxury Christmas Dog Treat Box: For something a little more special this Christmas, the Houndworthy Box is a nothing short of exceptional. This personalised festive box contains a varied selection of British-made dog treats, the most sophisticated canine Christmas cracker on the planet, a super cute Christmas pupbake cupcake for dogs and an old-school leather bone dog toy. Put something truly special under the tree for your four-legged friend. Chances are they’ve earned it!

Doggy Christmas Treat Box

Hottie Microwavable Warming Pet Bed: Ideal for the cold winter months. A few minutes in the microwave and the bed stays toasty for hours of snoozing. The gentle sustained warmth is ideal for keeping your pet warm and relaxed (Christmas time can be a little much for some doggies – especially if there are fireworks involved).

Doggy Christmas warming pet bed


Dog Life Stuffing-Free Turkey Toy: Has your dog got a tummy too sensitive for Christmas dinner and lots of treats? There’s no need for them to miss out on Christmas turkey with this festive Christmas Turkey toy!

Doggy Christmas Turkey Toy

Christmas Ball Toys: Bring fun and games to your doggie this Christmas with these great soft-textured festive squeaky toys!

Doggy Christmas Ball Toys


Doggy Christmas Jumper: Everyone should have a knitted Christmas jumper – so why leave your pooch out? Let them spend Christmas in style with this snazzy Rudolph number!

Doggy Christmas Jumper

Christmas Bandana Collar: A festive Christmas collar for your little buddy. Yappy Christmas!

Doggy Christmas Bandana

Doggy Christmas Bow Tie: Want your pet to look festively dapper this Christmas? We’ve got you covered! What a smart doggy!

Doggy Christmas bow tie

Equafleece Dog Jackets & Jumpers: Specially made to keep your dog warm and dry on muddy winter walks, these clever clothes will help keep your pooch healthy despite the winter weather. Or, if you prefer, you can pop them on when putting your dog in the car after walkies – helping absorb any moisture/smells/dirt, rather than getting it all over the inside of your car.

Dachshund Christmas Coat

Wishing you and your pets the very best this Christmas,

Chloe & Dave

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Dave’s natural habitat has become the fields/woodland near our home (usually whilst surrounded by a small army of dogs). When he’s not out walking, he tends to be tinkering with or building something absurd for no apparent reason. Dave is usually adopted by any dog that has a tendency for sneakiness, sock-stealing and general shenanigans (not to mention making ridiculous noises – naming no names, Bugsy Beagle!) If there is someone in the house being taken out by a dog the size of a horse, it’s a fair bet that it’ll be him. Dave has qualifications in Dog Training and Canine First Aid. Ideal pet: Honey Badger. Random fact: Dave once bested a rugby team full of men twice his size at a burger eating competition.

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