“Love and affection are the greatest gifts of all”, said every dog pawrent ever. We heard that, and we get it — yes, without a doubt, what every pup craves is the love and affection from their hooman; but that doesn’t mean they don’t love them some great gifts! Show your pup just how much you love and care about them this Valentine’s Day by getting them gifts on top of showering them with your love! Check out what you can get your pooch in this season of love in addition to giving them pats, playtime, treats, and kisses!
Heart Rope Toy
A perfect toy choice for your pup on Valentine’s Day — offer your heart to your pup, and watch your pooch play their heart out!
Customized Nap Mat
Give your furkid a nap mat of their own with their name on it!
Most of the dogs find squeaky toys irresistible — one squeaky toy can already drive them crazy! Make their day by giving them a box of squeaky toys in a go!
Believe it or not, dogs love new accessories just like humans. Dress your pup up with new blings this Valentine’s Day and let them show it off while taking a walk around the block!
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It is fun for both hoomans and pooch to give and receive Valentine’s Day gifts, but pawrents must bear in mind that safety always comes first! While picking the gift, give the below a thought:
Be sure the size of the gift or treat matches the size of your dog’s mouth and chew strength.
Avoid the No-No’s
Chocolate, lilies, xylitol (a sweetener), festive wrappings like ribbons and bows, balloons, and medication are all common reasons pet owners call the veterinary ER on or around Valentine’s Day.
Supervision Is a Safety Must
Whether you and your pooch have kept company for many years or just met, supervise your dog around any new toy or treat on Valentine’s Day.