The 10 best Christmas gifts for pet lovers

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Searching for something to give the animal lover in your life? Look no further, we have an awesome selection of unique gifts ideas

1. Dog lamp

Get your hands on this whimsical earthenware dog lamp with a taffeta shade. This piece of homeware exudes British eccentricity at its best.

£295, Liberty

2. Lead and collar

Take Fido for a stroll through the park after Christmas dinner with this fetching lead and collar. It is also available in pink and black.

£27.99 each, John Lewis

3. Poo Poo bag

Keep things clean with this biodegradable bag to scoop up any mess. We love the quirky design and £1 from every bag is donated to the Dogs Trust.

£9.99, Love My Dog

4. Flat pet

For any animal lover who can't have pets, this cute screen print card is just the thing. There is also a yellow Labrador and penguin available.

£12, Southbank Centre Shop

5. Roberts radio

Whether you love dogs or want something a little kitsch, this radio is for you. We love this dog design.

£199.95, John Lewis

6. Cat key ring

This cute cat doodle keyring is embossed with gold hardware, however, the price was a little too steep for us.

£89, Paul Smith

7. Mungo & Maud organic carrot dog treats

Treat the pooch in your life with these tasty treats, they are organic and healthy.

£16.99, John Lewis

8. Checked bow-tie collar

Add some hipster chic to your pooch this Christmas with this snazzy check bow tie dog collar.

£26.99, John Lewis

9. Puppy Uppers biscuit jar

Stow away your pet treats in this striking cannister, it's also available in red and white.

£139, Jonathan Adler

10. Welovekaoru alley cat plate

While we weren't completely sure about the design, this bone china sandwich plate could make a nice addition to your home and will definitely stand out.

£19.95, Liberty

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