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Last Updated on January 30, 2021 by ellen
You’ve got your sweetie taken care of but what about Valentine gifts for dogs? Check out the best Valentine’s Day dog treats and accessories.
There are lots of ways you can celebrate Valentines Day with your dog. They’ll definitely appreciate a long walk with you and a few cute Valentines Day dog accessories like the ones below.
Valentine Gifts for Dogs
If you’re wondering what to get your dog for Valentines Day, there are lots of cute ideas. Just remember that your dog cannot have chocolate. It’s toxic to pups so please don’t be tempted to share your candy with them.
There are lots of unique pet gifts you can get. Some are intended for your dog and others will work for anyone who loves dogs. Dog owners deserve a little treat for Valentine’s Day too.
If you want to make your pet some treats, I have lots of delicious ideas you can try. These Christmas dog treats could easily be made any time of the year. Or, your pet might enjoy these peanut butter pumpkin dog treats.
Valentine’s Day dog accessories
If you want a few Valentine gifts for dogs that are stylish, a few new accessories will certainly make your pet happy. These dog collar flowers are too cute.
Why not try one or two of these:
Homemade gift ideas
If you’d like to make something that’s homemade, you can start with these unique gift ideas. Valentine gifts for dogs don’t need to be expensive. Simple, homemade presents are often the best.
Dog Valentine’s Day toys
So, there are lots of toys your dog will love playing with. And, your dog won’t really know if the toy is red, pink, or another color when you give it to him.
But, if you want something that is pink, red, or heart-shaped, here are a few ideas for you.
What’s the best Valentine’s gift?
Of course, the very best thing you can do for your pet is to give them your attention. You can take them for a walk around the neighborhood. Or, you can visit your local dog park. They might enjoy a few hours of puppy playtime at a local doggy daycare.
Maybe they would like to go outside and learn to catch a frisbee. Or, you might want to consider obedience school or teaching them a new command.
They’ll probably be quite happy to sit on the couch with you and watch TV while you pet them. After all, the best way to show your love to anyone is to give them your time and attention.
Do you have any other suggestions for Valentine gifts for dogs? Please let me know!
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Ellen is a busy mom of a 22-year-old son and 27-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. She has been running a small pet sitting business in southern Vermont for the past three years. She’s a proud Mommy to 2 shelter kitties. If you’d like to work together, email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.