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Monday 16th December 2019

Dog owners can now buy £8 bow ties for their pet this Christmas

They call it puppy love...

Dog owners who want their pooches to look smart this Christmas can now buy their pets a range of bow ties.

Online shop My 1st Years usually specialises in personalised children's gifts, but has recently launched a pets collection for your furry friends!

Does my neck look big in this? (Credit: My 1st Years)

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Earlier this year, the company launched 'My Furst Years'  for their April Fools' Day campaign, but the idea received such positive feedback that they quickly made it into a reality!

The retailer has now collaborated with a selection of pet specialists to create a collection of personalised pet accessories for your fur babies.

(Side-note: How do we get a job as a pet specialist? It sounds joyous!)

Would a dark grey check bow tie suit your pooch? (Credit: My 1st Years)

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The range includes neckerchiefs, harnesses, coats, beds and toys, that are all personalised for that extra special touch.

Sadly, the bow ties cannot be personalised, but come in five colours - dark grey check, caramel, red/blue check, pink check (personal fave) and aqua check.

The small size costs £8, while the larger size will set you back £10.

The range comes in small and large and costs either £8 or £10 (Credit: My 1st Years)

Other products include a personalised teepee in various colours which costs £65, and a personalised reversible dog puffer jacket for £42.

Of course they do knitted jumpers (£18), harnesses (from £22) and collars from £16.

The My 1st Years Pets collection is available at www.my1styears.com, with the last order date for Christmas of 20th December for next day delivery.

Have they hit on a great idea for Christmas? Or are they barking up the wrong tree?

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