Along with giving gifts to the humans in their life, many people also wrap up little surprises for their pets. I’m one of those people. I know there are a lot of other people who do the same!
According to a survey conducted by Rover.com, 95% of pet owners admit to having purchased a holiday gift for their pet. Christmas is, unsurprisingly, the most popular pet-rewarding holiday, ahead of their birthdays (which 61% surveyed admitted to giving on) and Valentine’s Day (11%).
The survey found that gifts average about $36, and that about 5% of respondents said they’d bought something that cost over $100. Meanwhile, 33% of all respondents said that they get their pet a present on every holiday and birthday.
According to survey cited by express.co.uk,
- 54% of pets will have a Christmas stocking
- 29% will receive a Christmas card from their humans even though they can’t read
- 16% say their pets will be featured on their Christmas cards
- 40% of pet owners confess to giving other people gifts and putting their pet’s name on the gift as the gift giver
If you buy gifts for your pets, what do you get? Do you sign your pet’s names on your holiday cards and gifts? Does your dog or cat or bird or fish have a stocking? Is your pet on your holiday card? Let us know!
As usual, please remember to record all of your purchases, even the gifts you buy your pets.
Have a great weekend, and happy shopping!