Why not avoid the hustle and bustle of the high street and get all your Christmas shopping done from the comfort of your own home?
Here at Dogalogue, you’ll find stunning gifts for all the family, that won’t break the bank. You’re sure to find something special for everyone on this Christmas wishlist of our top gifts under £20, so you can pick the perfect presents for family, friends and pets!
Four Chewy Candy Canes for Dogs £10.50
They’ll give your pooch plenty to chew on this Christmas… and not the presents under the tree!
Luxuriously comfy slippers that will transform your feet into a pair of adorable Dalmations!
A great gift for dog lovers and guaranteed to keep feet lovely and warm on chilly winter mornings.
This indulgent gift set from Heathcote & Ivory is delicately fragranced and a wonderful treat.
You’ll save 25% when you buy these luxurious bathing flowers and nail care kit together.
Treat your doggie to a full-on festive feast all week!
This Christmas dinner is bursting with British meat and all the trimmings – potatoes, green peas and carrots. Yum!
Stoneglow Christmas Tumbler Candle £15.99
This fragrant tumbler fills the room with a warm glow and the fresh scent of berries, nutmeg and ginger.
With 15 hours burning time, this beautiful tumbler is a fine addition to your home and a wonderful gift.
“The best beer is an open beer”. If you know someone who’d agree, then we have a little gift just for them.
It even comes with a handy bottlecap collector!
This charming bag features the beautiful artwork of acclaimed artist Julie Dodsworth.
Our essential vintage style accessory is both pretty and practical – perfect for shopping!
Christmas Card Hang Up £6.50
Display all the cards you receive this Christmas for all to see!
Our bestselling Card Hang Up gives you an elegant solution to storing and displaying Christmas cards.
Guide Dogs is one of the UK’s best known and best loved charities, providing life changing support to people with sight loss.
When you order from Dogalogue, you’re helping to change the lives of blind and visually impaired people.
We hope to see you over at Dogalogue.com soon!