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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-12-2003, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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Gift for Dog - What to get?

Hey guys, I need help.
Since I don't have a dog, I'm not too familiar on what kinds of things they like. I want to buy my friends' dogs some christmas presents but don't know what to get. Nothing too expensive, but some toys maybe. What kind of toys do they like??
One has a corgi and the other has yorkies. Any ideas would be most appreciated.
Actually would be even better if I can find these at Petsmart. Thanks!


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Pigsterz, my dogs love Kongs (you can stuff them with treats), Booda Rope Bones, those fleece plush stuffed toys that squeek and are tough enough to tug and run around with...

ohh, they love balls too.... I am sure you can find any of them, plus much more at Petsmart!

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i have a yorkie - small sized kongs are good. also big fluff toys. for the corgi - maybe a bigger kong and a rope toy.
cute!
and if you still don't know, you can always find out what kind of food they eat and get the owner some of that. haha!
good luck.
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My dog loves squeaky toys!!! He is getting one for christmas (along with lots of treats!!!) His toy is under the bed and my b/f and I kept standing on it...poor little guy he is so confused as to why he isn't allowed to play with his squeaky toy!!!

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Thanks y'all! Great suggestions, now I'll know what to buy.


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