Our pets give so much yet ask for so little in return. Show them how much we love and appreciate them this Valentine’s Day with one of these great gift ideas.
Chocolate is the number one Valentine’s Day gift, which isn’t surprising since everyone loves getting sweets for Valentine’s Day. Unfortunately for dogs, chocolate is toxic to them. So, what can you give them? Instead of a box of chocolates, give them a box of treats, chews, or cat nip for your feline loved ones. All dogs and cats love treats. And if you’re feeling really creative, you can make a Valentine’s Day treat box for your pet by filling a heart-shaped box with some their favorite treats!
What better way to show your pet that you love them than by giving them something fun? P.L.A.Y.’s dog toys are fun, innovative, and eco-friendly. P.L.A.Y. makes a variety of toys: whimsical soft plush toys, durable ZoomieRex toys, stimulating enrichment toys, outdoor toys and rope toys. Remember, a busy dog is a happy dog.
Everyone wants to look good on Valentine’s Day. Why not give your pet an adorable outfit that not only looks fabulous, but also keeps them warm on a chilly February outing? Bring the haute couture of the catwalk to your next dog walk. From fancy to casual, practical to fashionable, keep your pet cozy this winter while turning heads on your next outing.
Pets know the value of relaxation. Whenever your pet has any down time, you’re likely to find them taking a nap. That’s why your pet will enjoy a comfy, new pet bed for Valentine’s Day. Consider getting a stylish dog bed, that’s not only adorable, but also super comfy so your dog or cat will love it! P.L.A.Y. has a variety of stylish, cozy, and comfortable eco-friendly beds made from 100% post-consumer certified-safe recycled plastic bottles.
Doggy (or kitty) spa
Give your pet the gift of beauty. You love the spa so why shouldn’t your dog enjoy a little pampering too? VetDerm Solutions Pet Shampoo was created by a veterinarian and dermatologist and is made with human-grade ingredients, like shea butter, aloe, oatmeal, and green tea to hydrate and moisturize your pet’s skin and coat. Of course, it is paraben-free, sulfate-free, tear-free and cruelty-free to provide your pet with the ultimate bathing experience.
Lastly, give your pet the ultimate gift of love: good health. Don’t wait until your pets get sick before taking them to the veterinarian. Your pets should have regular checkups, at least annually, and every 6 months for pets older than 7 years. These examinations allow your veterinarian to ensure your pet is protected against preventable diseases and helps your pet stay ahead of potential health problems. In the long run, regular checkups not only save you money, but also, ensure that your pet will live a long and healthy life. And what’s more important than the gift of good health?
When you are thinking about what to get for your loved ones this Valentine’s Day, don’t forget about your four-legged friends. Show them how much you value and appreciate their unconditional love and companionship.