Pet parents in France should check under their Christmas tree to see if there’s enough room for gifts for their furry companions this holiday season.
The majority, or 68%, of pet parents in France plan to gift their dog with a present this Christmas season, reports L’Independant, citing a survey of 1,869 pet parents from MutuelleSante.fr (Mutual Health Insurance).
Of the 68% of pet parents who plan to give their dogs a gift, 58% of them will place them under the Christmas tree.
Of the pet parents who were surveyed, 42% of them will gift their cat with a Christmas present with 32% of these planning to place the gifts under the Christmas tree.
Meanwhile, at the top of planned gifts for pets, toys come out on top (42%), followed by treats (39%) a basket (11%) then pet brush/comb (7%).
Further data from the survey also showed that 7% of pet parents will spend more than €20 for their pet’s Christmas gift.
The survey was carried out from November 9 to 20.