Looking to treat your fur babies (both equine and canine) this Christmas with something extra special?
We have pulled together our top 7 luxury christmas ideas that show you care, as shown here.
1. Give them a happy mouth
Check out Bomber Bits Moulding Clinics. They can help you avoid having to bit by trial and error, eliminating any undue discomfort for your horse.
Working with an Equine Dental Technician, they create a plaster of Paris mould which is a perfect copy of the horse’s mouth and bars, showing its mouth confirmation – this helps the team choose the ideal bit.
2. Give them some salon time
Renwick & Sons high quality pampering tools for your horse incorporate their Monotec® anti-bacterial and anti-frizz bristles providing anti-static brushing.
The handles are ergonomically designed and crafted from FSC certified wood. They come in 4 sizes from childrens to XL. You can choose the strap colour and even have them personalised with embossing your name, your horses name, company brand or personal message. 9 items of grooming kit arrive in a stylish galvanised case.
3. Keep them Snug
Thermatex has been around for a long time and can’t be beaten on their fantastic wicking rugs. Keep your horse comfortable after exercise in the cold months and help regulate their temperature without catching a chill.
They mould to your horse’s body shape. As there is no joining seam in the material the rug takes your horse’s body profile. Direct contact ensures the most efficient use of the wicking technology. The recent upgrade of the T2000 model has micro quilt squares, double binding & matching fillet string as standard. This is a popular choice as a show rug as it is available in 23 colours.
4. Wrap them up
If your dog has accompanied you on your ride then get him a matching dog bag by Thermatex. He can go back in the car or in his bed for a nap, to dry off and warm up, without covering everything in mud.
5. Give them style
These dog collars by Ann Rees come in a great range of funky colours to make your dog stand out from the crowd. These padded leather buckle collars are high quality, hardwearing and very smart for any occasion!
6. Add a Tag
If you don’t already have a stylish personalised tag for your dog, then there are plenty of options for ID and style. Find a design to complement your chosen dog collar.
7. Finish with a Christmas bow
And, to add a traditional and distinguished finishing touch why not consider a tartan dog bow tie, especially for the festive celebrations? It is designed to slip onto any existing collar and is perfect for dressing your dog up for the occasion!