Pets Pyjamas Wishlist

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Image Map All products from Pets Pyjamas

Pets Pyjamas, have you ever heard of a cuter name for a website? This place is like a huge one stop shop for pets; not only do they sell just about everything you could possibly need but have handy links for things like pet groomers, dog walkers and even pet friendly hotels. I own two dogs and they really are like furry little children to me, and so you can only imagine my excitement at finding such a cute website. I especially like their 'social petwork' (adorable) where you can share photos of your pets and meet other owners, and the fact that you can search products by dog breed to find things that are perfectly suited to your pet. I've previously bought all of my dog accessories between Pets at Home, eBay and local pet shops, and so having everything all on one site is much handier. My two dogs are called Romeo and Bowser, Romeo is a seven year old terrier cross and Bowser is a rottweiler cross bullmastiff. They're both very different personalities and like different treats, and so again having such a huge selection on the site is ideal as it means being able to buy everything I need in one go. Here's my current wishlist of some of the things I'd love to buy from Pets Pyjamas!

Bowser is very toy orientated and extremely playful, he needs a lot of mental stimulation and won't go a day without his toys (if they're all put away and he can't get to them, he'll steal a pair of socks or a teatowel and start throwing that around instead). For such a big dog you'd think that his toys wouldn't last for two minutes, but rather than rip them up he likes to carry them about in his mouth and get you to chase him with them. He seems to absolutely love soft teddy bear toys and they last him ages, in fact they only have to be thrown away because they get washed half to death in the washing machine after a while. I know he'd love the 'Doris the Donkey' toy, it's a suitable size for bigger dogs and unlike regular soft toys the material is made of a dog friendly fabric that can withstand play.

This is something that would be perfect for both of my dogs, Romeo much prefers a bone or a biscuit to a toy, but the exception of that is things like tennis balls that he can chase. This has a hollow centre which you can fill with their favourite treats (which really gets their brain working and keeps them occupied for ages) and can also be used as a regular ball. The irregular shape creates an erratic bounce pattern which will get them running around and burn off plenty of energy. The latex rubber material is virtually indestructable too.

I usually buy the dogs tags on eBay, but they're rarely good quality and either break after a while or become so scuffed that you can no longer easily read the details on them. As a pet owner it's your legal obligation to make sure your dog has a name tag on, and so it's probably best to invest in quality so you're not having to replace them all the time. Not only does this look cute but it comes with a durable coating, and plenty of space on the back for engraving details.

Since getting our car back in October we haven't taken the dogs out in it as much as we'd like, and the only reason for that is because I don't feel that it's safe for them when they're not secured in. We've been on short journeys with one dog at a time when I've been able to hold them in the back, but really need to invest in proper dog travel harnesses. That way we'll be able to go on longer journeys (I'd love to take them to the seaside) and can also take both dogs at the same time when they're securely strapped in the back. This RAC one is fully adjustable, lightweight and can be used with any seatbelt as well as a regular walking harness.

 Finding good quality leather dog collars is difficult. There's been a number of times I've ordered 'genuine leather' collars on eBay, just for them to arrive and be clearly be made of a flimsy man made material. A good collar is essential for peace of mind, I cant think of anything worse than it breaking right by a road or something terrible. But this natural leather collar looks very well made, it was in one of the recommended products when I searched 'rottweiler' on the site so it's obviously suitable for big and strong breeds. £20 is a reasonable price, plus they're made to order so you know you're getting a fit thats perfect for your dog.

Have you heard of Pets Pyjamas?

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5 comments

  1. such a cute website, I have three cats that I love to spoil so will definitely be checking this out :)

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    1. it's a great website for pet lovers, you should definitely check it out if you get chance! x

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  2. Those are seriously so cute! I've never heard of Pet Pyjamas, but I don't even have a pet. :-P
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    1. I can never imagine being without pets now, I'd love to get kittens but don't think thats a possibility with my boisterous dogs lol x

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  3. I've just been looking through the site, I love it. Loads of stuff my puppy would love!
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