Wunderdog’s Christmas wishlist: all our favourite things for our favourite dogs

What every dog wants most for Christmas is a home. For the lucky creatures that have one, here are my favourites – most of them tried and tested by team Wunderdog

Cloud7 enamel bowl with lid

Keep your dog’s Christmas dinner under wraps until everyone has sat down. The bowl comes in large – for the goodest dogs. From €30.90 from

Found My Animal flag leash

Your dog may not realise why everyone is cheering and giving extra cuddles, but this Flag leash makes one thing very clear: this is a rescue dog who found the best owner. A leash for a happy end. $32 from

Fetch & Follow sherpa fleece jacket

Fetch & Follow does so much good, fundraising for rescue charity All Dogs Matter among other things, and at the same time designs some of the most wonderful clothes for dogs. This sherpa fleece is basically a wearable hug. £60 from

Mutts & Hounds doughnut bed

Four years ago, Wunderdog Pippa got a Mutts & Hounds doughnut bed for Christmas. It remained her favourite place ever since. In our opinion, this is the best dog bed in the world. From £88.50 from

Love My Dog quilt

This lovely London brand calls this a ‘sofa and bed protector’. My dog was a sofa and bed protector. She would have loved this as a snuggle blanket to anywhere. £118 from

Benji + Moon belt bag

The walking belt bag is technically not for dogs, but just think of how many treats you can put into this natural leather pouch. From £14 at

Beautiful Joe’s liver treats

Do rescue dogs know? Do all dogs know? For every bag of treats sold, Beautiful Joe’s gives one bag to rescue dogs in need. Not having to share and still being a good dog – no wonder these were Wunderdog Pippa’s favourites. From £2.50 from

Found My Animal travel bowl

From one of our favourite brands – not just for its artful designs but also its rescue mission – comes the collapsible travel bowl that’s as gorgeous as it is functional. $36 at

Kurgo skipping stones

We didn’t think there would be a way of making a beach walk even better, but Kurgo has done it: enter the floating skipping stones in bright colours. We might jump in, too. $13 from

Shine For Dogs safety collar

This Australian brand gives 100% of profits to dogs in need, no salaries are drawn and 99% of work is volunteered. If that wasn’t good enough, the safety collars come in disco stripes. Harnesses and leashes are also available. Order loads for Christmas lights. For more information visit

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