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Although many of us pamper our pets on a regular basis, the holidays provide an excuse to lavish our beloved four-legged friends with even more special presents — and the combination of a bit of disposable income, a taste for high-end products and a heart full of love for our animal friends means the sky's the limit when it comes to luxury gifts.
From souped-up strollers to beds no pet princess would refuse, we've rounded up nine fabulously luxurious pet products you'll want to check out this holiday season.
Kibble's never had it so good! This gorgeous blinged-out feeder will add a bit of elegance to your dog's dining — but we can't guarantee it'll get Fido to chow down with any more finesse.
Chromebones Classic Blue Double Bling Bowl, $300
When it comes to the fanciest products, sometimes our large-breed dogs are left out of the fun. Fortunately, this gorgeous leather collar is available in sizes that will accommodate even the biggest Mastiff.
Posh Pet Stone Black Basic Rivellino Collar, available in eight sizes, $60-$86
Your kitty loves to climb. You love sleek and modern style. This contemporary cat tower bridges the gap and makes everyone happy.
Catsplay Baobab Modern Cat Tree, $395
Granted, this gift might be a bit more for the pet owner than the pet himself, but you can't deny that this litterbox hider, which fits oversize electronic litterboxes, will make it easier than ever to hide your cat's potty, even in plain sight. (Bonus for multi-animal homes: It claims to keep nosy dogs out, which is almost a gift in and of itself.)
If your cat uses a standard litter pan, you can save a little money and opt for the original size.
ModernCat Designs Large Litter Box Hider, $269 (plus $45 for shipping)
Pets up to 50 pounds will ride in comfort and style with this feature-laden pet stroller. Front and rear entry make getting in and out easy, a steel bar creates an extra-safe enclosure and an interior tether keeps your dog from jumping out while you're on a walk. As an added bonus, the canopy design allows your pet to be social when he wants and hidden when he prefers some privacy. Plus, there are two cup holders to keep your latte steady and your hands free.
Gen7Pets Promenade Pet Stroller, $230 at PETCO
This isn't the summer camp bunk bed you remember from your childhood! This sturdy and plush pet bunk bed can handle pets up to 30 pounds on each level — and the fun zebra and leopard prints are designed to add a bit of pizzazz to any room.
LazyBonezz Metropolitan Pet Bunk Bed, available in four colors and patterns, $500
Pucci & Catana
Your classy kitty or pretty pup will stand out even among the in crowd with a special embellished harness like this.
Pucci & Catana Tinkie Two Tone Water Lily Harness, available in seven sizes and nine color combinations, $68-$82
Cages By Design
Not all pets are furry, but even the scaly types are part of the family. This coffee table enclosure lets your reptiles be right in the center of things — perfect for small spaces and social lizards. Or snakes!
Cages By Design Coffee Table Reptile Enclosure, available in a variety of colors and styles, $1,700-$2,213
Posh Puppy Boutique
A pampered pet requires love, attention and, of course, grooming with her favorite friend! And while you might not need a gorgeous and sparkly brush to get the job done, don't you think it makes it just a little extra special?
Posh Puppy Boutique Blue Sapphire Crystal Heart Pet Brush, $120
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