Dogs remain the number one favourite pet in the UK today, and as such, and we currently have an estimated 8.5 million of these faithful friends residing amongst our shores.  Wonderful companions and great family pets, dogs are lovable creatures, and so we have dedicated an entire section of our country gifts collection to man’s best friend.

With dog themed clothing, accessories, fine china, kitchenware, clocks and even handbags, we are confident you will find the perfect country gift for the dog lover amongst our impressive collection, and there is still plenty of time to shop for mother’s day!

Small dogs with big personalities, Jack Russell’s are one of my favourite breeds and this Belgian Tapestry Cushion by Evans Lichfield captures the dog beautifully.  A great country gift for the home, it will appeal to all Jack Russell fans.

Fans of the countryside will appreciate these lovely Border Collie Salt & Pepper Pots by Quail Ceramics.  Hand painted and finely detailed, they look just like the real thing and will brighten up every dining table.

If you are looking for a dog-themed country gift for the man in your life, then these stylish Labrador Cufflinks by Soprano might be just the gift you are looking for.  Featuring a beautiful picture of a black Labrador set against a contrasting yellow background, they look great with every outfit and come complete in a gift box.

Anyone who likes Pugs is going to love this Pug Eggcup by Quail Ceramics!  A lovely country gift idea for children and adults alike, they are available in fawn and in black and guarantee to please dog lovers of all ages.

The Cocker Spaniel is my all time favourite dog!  Friendly, funny and very sporty, they remain popular with countryside fans, and so this lovely clock by The Labrador Company would make a great country gift.  A stunning Spaniel shaped clock, it stands out beautifully against a pure white wall, and the tail ‘wags’ on the second.

With great dog themed country gifts like these, it is easy to find the perfect gift, so if you are not glued to the TV watching Crufts today – why not take a look!

 


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