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Gift Ideas For Pet Lovers by Syahrul Azlan Idris

Let's face it; almost everyone has a few friends who are crazy about their pets. Whether it's a colleague who's nuts about his pooch or a dorm mate who can't live without her kitty, we all know someone who's really into pets, for one reason or another. And when gift giving time comes, they're also often the victims of boring, inane presents that just don't give justice or show any appreciation for their pet-loving personalities.

Come Christmas or any other special occasion, they're just swamped with the usual package of dog biscuits, treats, or the occasional grooming product. Now, is this all there is to give for your pet-loving friend or family member? C'mon, people, there are loads of other, more fun and more creative gifts to give! If you really want to give a special present this year, I've got some great ideas for you.

First Aid kits We're sticklers for being prepared for any emergency, and a well-stocked first-aid kit is a must in any home. But what about our pets? They, too, deserve some care and preparation in case they get into an accident, right? You can easily find first-aid kits for pets online, stocked with veterinarian-approved products and medications. These kits also come with instruction booklets for proper first-aid procedures.

Scrapbooks If you've got a friend or family member with a creative eye and a pet lover to boot, then this will be a great gift indeed. Help your pet lover showcase her creativity and affection for her four-legged friend by giving a complete scrapbooking supply kit filled with all the materials she needs to jumpstart her album.

Donations Making a donation to charitable organizations specializing in animal protection and other related causes should endear you to your pet lover. There are lots of humane societies and organizations, and they are always in need of more funds and supplies to keep their operations running smoothly and effectively.

Obedience Training Do you know someone who just cannot make his beloved pet sit and stay? Are you lending a constant ear of sympathy to a friend whose pet is forever misbehaving? Do them a favor and give them a full scholarship" to obedience school. Dog obedience classes can cost from $100 to $150 for several weekly sessions. You can also get them some private lessons if it's preferable.

Collar Bling The special pet needs a special collar, whether it's a cat or a dog. There are several beautiful collars from a variety of materials to accessorize your pet or that of your friend, or you could just pick up some collar charms that come in all sorts of shapes, styles, and sizes that work just fine.

Knit for A Pet Knitting pattern books can give your needle-wielding friend a plethora of project ideas, from toys, collars, carrying cases and beds, to create some masterpieces that celebrate the affection and bond between human and pet.

A Day at the Spa Nowadays, pets need to de-stress too. And what better way than to treat them at a relaxing and comfortable day at the spa? There they can be groomed, cleaned, and relaxed to their hearts' content. Grooming will cost around $30 to $40, depending on the size and fur length of the pet. They can even enjoy aromatherapy treatments and similar perks at a few luxury establishments.

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Written by Kitty Cat Central

March 30th, 2012 at 2:00 am