Westie Dog Gifts

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Westie Dog Gifts
Westie dog gifts should be very popular with Westie dog owners. (Chris Amaral/Digital Vision/Getty Images)

West Highland white terriers, or Westies for short, are a small but distinctive white dog most commonly associated with Scotland. Throughout Scottish history, Westies have been a common pet, however they only came to the United States in the 1900s and were originally called Roseneath terriers. Nevertheless, they are now a very popular pets for American citizens and many shops and websites have been set up to sell Westie dog gifts.

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Jelly bean Westie Rug

A Westie rug by Jellybean will be a great addition to any dog lover's home. Priced at £19.40, it is bright, colourful and made from 35 per cent recycled material. These rugs are available online from B.A. Barker as well as other sites like Amazon.

Westie T-shirts and Sweatshirt

What better way to make a statement that you love Westies than with a T-shirt or sweatshirt. There are many available online, some with Westie dogs as a print and some sewn on. They can be big or small and some websites even let you customise your own item. Try Zazzle.com for great Westie sweatshirts and T-shirts. Prices start at around £13.

Westie Print Bag

There are many websites and shops that sell Westie bags. Nevertheless, Zazzle.com has some really unusual ones that stand out from other bags that are solely printed. A great gift would be the canvas Westie bag available in blue and white priced at £17.5 from Zazzle (see Resources). You can also personalise each bag to give the recipient that little extra thought.

Westie Car Mats

A more unusual gift for a Westie lover is the Westie car mat. Available to order from DogShoppe.net for £20, these mats are designed by Vermont artist Barbara Van Vliet and are rubber-backed and soil-resistant.

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