Yes they would be happy with an old pair of socks or a cardboard box, but Christmas is the perfect opportunity to spoil your furry friends! We’ve rounded up a range of gift ideas from local sellers to ensure your pet has a pawsome Christmas and help you support Limerick businesses. They are your best friend after all and deserve to have a Meowy Christmas!
Feed your dogs and cats in style with this handmade Feeding Station including bowls from Woodcraft Ireland. Prices differ due to size and start at €60. (purchase through Facebook page below)
Name a more fitting end to 2020 than matching your mask to your doggo?! Clara Silks specialises in silk scarves and accessories and now you can purchase a matching face mask and dog collar – keeping you safe and your pup stylish!
The way to a dog’s heart is 100% through their stomach! They won’t turn their snout up at a tasty treat from one of Limerick’s dedicated dog bakers! Visit The Barking Baker’s stall in the Limerick Milk Market with your four-legged friend in tow, or order home baked treats online from The Barkery. Bone appetit!
Voted 'Pet Friendly Hotel of the Year' by Georgina Campbell, The Mustard Seed at Echo Lodge in County Limerick welcomes pets accompanied by their well-behaved owners. Sitting on acres of land, this eclectic hideaway is a perfect treat for the whole family to enjoy together.
Sadly not all animals are as pampered as our pets. Help improve the lives of stray and mistreated dogs and cats this Christmas by making a donation in your pets name to a local animal welfare charity such as Limerick Animal Welfare.
What’s cuter than a dog coat? A personalised dog coat of course! Lena’s Sewing and Knitting Centre on William Street in Limerick City sells a variety of dog coats including trench coats, windbreakers, and raincoats, with the option to add-on a personalised embroidery. Prices vary.
Three words: Watercolour. Pet. Portrait! The best gift to get the animal owner in your life and their furry friend is sure to love it too! Who wouldn’t want their pet’s portrait hanging above the fireplace? Prices start at €55 from Abhainn Ealaíne Art.
Limerick’s non-profit co-op grocery, The Urban Co-Op has created a Doggie Gift Box Hamper sure to delight your furry friend! The festive hamper includes snacks, shampoo, and a donation to Limerick Animal Welfare.
Give the gift of Santa Paws this Christmas! Canine podcast The Big Bark are offering an online call on the 12th and 13th December where you and your pet can meet with Santa Paws over Zoom, from the comfort of your own home. The virtual visit includes a photo and personalised letter from Santa with all profits going to Limerick Animal Welfare, Search & Rescue Dog Association, MADRA, and Dogs Aid.