5 perfect presents for your pooch

Dog toys

We love our pets and treat them like family, so when it’s time to celebrate, Dreamland Pet & Equine in Elora is the pet store to go to for the best gifts.

It’s your one-stop Christmas and birthday shop for perfect pet presents. As an independent retailer, Dreamland Pet & Equine provides small-town service with big-city selection. They have an incredible selection of gifts for dogs, cats, hamsters, horses and the animal lovers in your life.

Here are five great gifts for dogs:

•    WalkyDog bike leash: It’s an excellent way to exercise your dog and yourself at the same time! With a patented internal spring system that acts as a suspension as your dog pulls, it makes biking easy and keeps you in control.

•    Tuffie Toys: These toys are extremely durable and great for interactive play. In addition to Tuffie Toys, Dreamland Pet & Equine carries an extensive selection of pet toys from leading manufacturers such as Hartz® and Kong®.

•    Beds and blankets: Comfort is always a welcome gift! Dreamland Pet & Equine carries crate beds, doughnut beds and blankets with fun patterns.

•    Agility equipment: Agility products are made to order and include tire jumps, weave poles and mini teeter-totters. Mental and physical stimulation is important for dogs on a daily basis, and agility equipment provides both.

•    Treats and chews: Every dog loves treats! From pig’s ears to liver bites, Dreamland Pet & Equine carries it all.

Take your dog to Dreamland Pet & Equine to use the self-groom dog wash station, equipped with shampoo, towels, brushes and a dryer.

When you like Dreamland Pet & Equine on Facebook, you’ll be among the first to find out about customer appreciation events, special sales and cute critter alerts!

For more information, call 519-846-1313 or send an email to oscar@dreamlandpet.com.

Visit the store today at 6484 Wellington Road 7 in Elora, next to the Grand River Raceway. Dreamland Pet & Equine is open seven days a week and is a short drive from Kitchener, Waterloo and Guelph.

Guelph Mercury Tribune

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