7 Stylish Personalised Gift Ideas for Pets

If you’re on the hunt for the perfect present for your pet this Christmas, why not opt for a personalised gift? From bespoke leather cat collars perfect for your feline friend, to Christmas stockings for your canine companion, we’ve searched through the crème de la crème of personalised pet presents this year so you can take the hard work and hassle out of Christmas shopping. Here’s our definitive selection of the best personalised pet presents around. 

personalised cat collar cheshire and wain

1. PERSONALISED LEATHER CAT COLLARS

These luxury leather cat collars from British brand, Cheshire & Wain are the perfect stylish accessory for your feline friend. Made from luxurious Italian vegetable tanned, saddle leather with suede lining, brass hardware, traditional grooved edge detail and the option to have it personalised with your cat’s name in either gold or bind embossing, your cat will be the most stylish on the block with this elegant gift. Available from Cheshire & Wain – £50

Treat Jar

2. PERSONALISED DOG TREAT JAR

Purveyor of natural pet treats, Scotland-based Kelso and Titch’s personalised dog treat jar comes complete with tasty treats, perfect for your pet pooch this Christmas. Made from high quality ceramic with a wooden airtight lid to keep treats fresh, and both dishwasher and microwave safe, chose whether to fill the jar with bones or mini bites and give your dog a treat they deserve this festive season. From Kelso & Titch at notonthehighstreet.com – £19.99. 

Pet Crate

3. PERSONALISED PET STORAGE CRATE

If your home is strewn with dog toys a-plenty, and an endless torrent of dog treats, why not treat yourself – as well as your pet – to this beautiful personalised pet storage crate? The perfect size for your pet’s treats and toys, the crates are made from unpainted wood, are available in two sizes, and feature a sturdy, drop-on lid. Available from Sophia Victoria Joy – £44.

personalised leather dog collar

4. PERSONALISED LEATHER DOG COLLAR 

What better way to spoil your No.1 hound than with their very own customised dog collar and lead? There will be no mistaking who’s just walked into the park when your dog dons this gorgeous leather set from British brand Meryn. Handmade and custom stamped in their workshop, each piece is a real original – just like your pup! Available at Meryn – from £85.

personalised pet christmas stocking

5. PERSONALISED PET CHRISTMAS STOCKING

Planning on splashing the cash this Christmas for your pet pooch? Rather than waste time and energy with rolls of wrapping paper, add a special touch to their Christmas with their very own Christmas stocking. Hang it by the fire or put it under the tree, and fill it lovingly with all the goodies you’ve amassed. Made from sturdy canvas, Christmas sacks will last for plenty of Christmasses to come. Available from etsy – £27.75

personalised marble dog bowl

6. PERSONALISED MARBLE PET BOWL

Perfect for both canine companions and furry friends is this personalised marble pet bowl from We Love to Create. Made from ceramic and with a stylish marble finish, this bowl comes in two sizes and can be customised with your pet’s name and a colour of your choice. Available from We Love to Create – £20. 

personalised dog bed

7. PERSONALISED DOG BED

For the ultimate extravagance for your pet this Christmas, treat them to a personalised pet bed from the Oak & Rope Company. Not just a pet bed, but a beautiful piece of furniture that can be engraved with your pet’s name. The bed is raised off the floor and also has raised sides to keep your pet out of cold draughts. Simply place your pet’s favourite blanket or mattress inside and let them snuggle down to sleep. From the Oak & Rope Company – from £275. 

Have you found the perfect custom made present for your pet? Tell us about it in the comments below.

Lucy is a Sydney-based book and travel writer, formerly from the UK. She grew up with three sisters and a house full of pets, including a beloved black Labrador. Since moving to Australia she likes nothing more than dog-sitting for friends, and heading out to explore the city's many walks with a furry companion in tow.

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