Pamper your Loyal Doggy this Christmas

Posted by Emma Jones on Tue 22nd November 2011 at 07:02 AM, Filed in Unusual Christmas Gift IdeasGifts For Pets

Our loving and loyal companions should have a little visit from Santa Claus this festive season as well as. Whether it’s a sparkly new collar, or a tweed lead to please your pup, is the place to go! 

Luxuryhound is a Scottish boutique where you can find one-of-a-kind dog collars and luxurious leads– the ultimate treat to pamper your pooch. With original inspiration drawn from a miniature long haired dachshund named Sophie, Mirren Fischer, owner and designer at Luxuryhound believes dogs deserve better than “scratchy dog collars, tight leads and ill-fitting coats.”

Mirren works with a variety of quality artisans and craftsmen, top-notch suppliers and patient dog models to get her leather, prints and intricate stitching just right. Dogs of all shapes and sizes, whether you’re dressing a great dane or a pocket sized pooch, can now wear gear that’s truly fitting and, most importantly, can match your seasonal fashion must-haves. strives to help dogs in need or who don’t have owners. 5% of the profits from every product sale will go straight to dog charities. This means that even whilst accessorizing your own pooch, you can help find happy homes for less fortunate dogs. Luxuryhound are currently donating to the Dogs Trust. Mirren says that with all their products you’re not only receiving but giving too - “Something beautiful for yourself and help for a needy dog.”


There is no better gift for your lovable doggy this Christmas – love them all!

To see the full range of products please visit

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