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  1. #13
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    During the year when our regulars come in we have a nontoxic ink stamp pad and we stamp their dogs feet on some holiday theme cardstock. When the holidays arrive cut out like a postcard size piece and decorate it and attach it to a bag of treats, some human some dog treats.

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    I make treats for the pets and homemade fudge for pet owners this year. We made 20 pounds of fudge last weekend and will do again that for 2 more weekends. My daughter in law Mrs. Claus treats for the girl dogs and Mr. Claus for the boy dogs.

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    Lovely ideas and inspiring. For our younger millenial types that are regulars we gave them $10 iTunes gift cards and a homemade dog biscuit for large dogs, and lots of little goldfish pepperridge style biscuits for the little ones. They loved the ITunes.

  4. #16
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    Pictures of everyone, and stuffed toys for my most special clients. Like Parti I after Christmas shop for next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cockerlvr View Post
    Pictures of everyone, and stuffed toys for my most special clients. Like Parti I after Christmas shop for next year.
    Thats so cute they must love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABDG View Post
    Yes! I address the card to "Fluffy Jones" and write "Dear "Fluffy" we wish you and your human family Merry Christmas and Happy New Year"


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    I will get a pack of cute blank cards, usually with dogs on the front, and customize them with drawings or stickers. I adress them to the family, I.e "The Washington family" or The Bachman family". I'm kind of tempted this year to do a paw stamp on the inside as well, especially as some of my regulars are sadly getting up there in age...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabbykitten13 View Post
    I will get a pack of cute blank cards, usually with dogs on the front, and customize them with drawings or stickers. I adress them to the family, I.e "The Washington family" or The Bachman family". I'm kind of tempted this year to do a paw stamp on the inside as well, especially as some of my regulars are sadly getting up there in age...
    I got some cards off Amazon this year, dog related, with messages inside like "have pawsome fuzzy Christmas"
    Paw stamp sounds cute, I need to look into it for next year.


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  8. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by cockerlvr View Post
    Pictures of everyone, and stuffed toys for my most special clients. Like Parti I after Christmas shop for next year.
    That's a great idea where you write the dog's name. Very cute I bet they love it.

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    I have a groomer friend that takes pictures. She is obviously very detailed oriented and sorts all the photo files by dog. So she can easily group 1 picture with the prior 7 year pictures. Christmas collage in just a couple minutes.

  10. #22
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    I mentioned in another discussion that I invested in buying dog bowls with the dog's name on it custom. They love it. For your best customers.

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    https://www.personalizationmall.com/...ies-d1162.dept I found some here, that is a great idea.

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