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12. 14. 2005

Popgadget Gift Guide 2005: Pets!

This is the last installment of the Popgadget 2005 holiday gift guide. The guide has been a blast to put together and we hope it's helped you find some things for people on your list, or to pop on your own wishlist. The guide, featuring 88 products this year, will be available on the Gift Guide page until after the New Year. Happy happy holidays to you and yours!

I am sure that somewhere, someone will give their dog the luxury Christmas gift this year. This Dog bed designed by Philipp Plein is yours (or better its) for $1,450 (in small) or $1,650.00 (in large). Available from Postmodern Pets. (Camilla)

This simple device, which looks like a big spill-proof coffee travel mug, cleans your dogs muddy paws with water and cleaning bristles before he walks all over your carpet. It's 29.99 from Paw Plunger. (Hoyun)

If your scaredy-cat dog is afraid of thunder or doorbells or shadows in the night, swaddle him in this soft anxiety wrap (wish they made a size for me Im afraid of the phone ringing every 3 minutes). From $65 to $75 from Anxiety Wrap. (Hoyun)

Soniks squeak toys squeak at a frequency that only dogs can hear. $3.79 from Amazon. (Mia)

Candy bubbles for dogs in sizzlin' bacon flavor. Happy Dog Bubbles with bubble blower are $6.99. (Mia)

I have the sort of dogs who will duck if you throw a ball at them, but if yours are normal and want to play fetch until your arm falls off, a chuck-it will help you launch the ball with less arm force and even better, picks up the ball so you don't have to touch the slobber-covered thing. $8.49 from Petsmart. (Mia)

The Kittypod cat bed has deep walls to provide a nest-like space, and it doubles as a scratching post. $319 from Kittypod. (Mia)

A harness, a sweater, a coat- very easy for a little dog to buckle under all the weight unless they're wearing a Bowzer harness jacket which combines all three in an elegant ultrasuede and chenille design. In pink or chocolate, $49-$59, depending on size, from G.W. Little. (Mia)

BiOrb is the the iPod of the aquarium world- modern but clean design, high-tech functioning, and a million available accessories to dress it up in. The easy-change filtering system means a cartridge change every month is all the maintenance that's necessary. Lights can be added with daylight and moonlight cycles. The prestige home for glamorous tropicals. $119 from Postmodern Pets. (Mia)

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