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Old 12-23-2007, 08:48 PM   #11
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Rough estimates... don't really recall everything that's wrapped and under the tree.
Three frisbees: $15
Around 30 tennis balls: $15
Stuffies/squeekies: $45
Collar for Kiara: $2.50
Collar for Mufasa: $5
Homemade Dog treat supplies: $5
Bulk dog treats: $10
2 different bags of treats: $4

and I'm probably forgetting something... somewhere around $100.

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Old 12-25-2007, 05:49 PM   #12
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around 10 on 2 toys .
but friends bought her lots of stuff i.e pigs ears etc so she wasn't bored.

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Old 12-26-2007, 05:42 PM   #13
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Default Question for those who buy Christmas presents for their dogs.

Even though I've always kept a good assortment of dog toys and chews available for my dogs, and they've always had their own collars and leashes, bowls etc. I've never bought things for them for special occasions. I've never even known anyone that actually bought their dogs Christmas presents or celebrated their birthdays. Way behind the times I guess!

It's a whole new concept for me. After reading this thread and others regarding presents and celebrations etc for dogs; I'm curious as to how this tradition began for those of you that do these things.

Did you grow up in family that traditionally bought dogs presents for special occasions, get the idea from advertising, begin after hearing of others that do the same, from reading about it in a dog forum, or did you just come up with the idea all on your own?

Added to edit: The same question would apply to to those who dress their dogs up for special occasions such as halloween, Christmas etc. What gave you that idea?

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Old 12-26-2007, 05:50 PM   #14
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At our house we don't do anything special for the dogs on their birthdays, but I do get them chews, toys and stuffies for Christmas. But then again I get them chews, toys and stuffies year-round so the only difference is that instead of saving it for a rainy day, I put it in a stocking to add to the general festivities. I do admit that the Paw stockings worked their magic on me as a marketing gimmick!
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