londondogtradingcompany.com: "There’s Still Plenty of Time to Find The Perfect Present"

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Purveyor Of Perfection For Pampered Pooches and Their Parents Responds to Survey Showing More Than 40 Percent of U.S. Consumers Seeking Just the Right Gift Just before Christmas.

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“While many last-minute buyers may be hunting for bargains, many others, especially dog lovers, are simply looking for unique, clever, beautifully crafted items,” says London Dog CEO and Co-founder Jefferey Cornett. “That is what we are providing."

Luxury dog products line London Dog (http://www.londondog.net) has a pet-friendly solution to a problem revealed in a recent survey conducted by PriceGrabber®, a subsidiary of Experian: 41 percent of consumers will rush to finish their Christmas shopping between December 21 and December 24.

London Dog believes one of the main reasons for eleventh hour purchases, particularly among pet owners, is that shoppers are continuing to search for that something special. “While many last-minute buyers may be hunting for bargains, many others, especially dog lovers, are simply looking for unique, clever, beautifully crafted items,” says London Dog CEO and Co-founder Jefferey Cornett. “That is what we are providing."

London Dog, through its online boutique, londondogtradingcompany.com , offers limited edition, high quality apparel and accessories inspired by diverse cultures from around the world. Its initial inventory is from the Bolivian collection and includes fleece-lined leather bomber jackets and vests for dogs, colorful alpaca wool dog sweaters and matching winter sets for human parents and siblings, soft leather pet carrier bags,sheepskin dog rugs and recyclable plastic bone-shaped treat pouches.

In a special effort to help London Dog fans looking for that last minute treasure, it is offering beautifully designed gift certificates with delivery available via email through Christmas morning.

London Dog is also committed to promoting the highest quality of life for all dogs, and is donating a portion of its proceeds, through annual grants, to animal welfare organizations that rescue senior dogs. “Senior dogs are most likely to lose their lives in a shelter,” says London Dog President and Co-founder Lisa Barron, an award-winning journalist and animal rights advocate. “Our goal is to help fund programs that help place senior dogs in loving homes as soon as possible.”

More information can be found on London Dog (http://www.londondog.net) or London Dog Trading Company (londondogtradingcompany.com).

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