If you, like me, have a pet parent on your Valentine’s Day gift giving list, life is so much simpler! And, to make it even easier for you, here are some of our go-to, hands down, favorite dog related gifts and goodies. Plus all these fabulous goodies are from pawsome small businesses that, like WagWorthy Naturals, give back to animals.
Here are a few of my favorite ways to spoil your partner, loved ones, (and pups!):
1) Dog Mom Subscription Box.
Your love will enjoy Valentine’s Day all year long when their Dog Mom (or Doggie Daddy) subscription box arrives each month or quarter!
It’s full of natural dog treats and toys for you pup and delightful pampering self-care goodies for humans. For every box sold $1 is donated to a rescue.
2) A Beautiful Leash and Collar from Best Life Leashes.
These come in a kaleidoscope of fun colors like ‘Caribbean Wave’ and ‘Party Purple’ with high-quality hardware.
They're stunning, beautifully made, and the signature two white stripes (the symbol for rescue dogs) lets others know you're proud to have rescued your pup and inspires others to do the same. And for every purchase they donate a leash and collar to a rescue or shelter.
Doesn’t Ollie look handsome in his Caribbean Wave Collar and leash?
3) A copy of the “The Essential Guide to Hiking With Dogs” combined with a weekend getaway.
This book is filled with trail-tested tips and great advice for canine adventures. Gift it in combination with booking for a pup-friendly weekend getaway to a new outdoor hiking area to explore for a gift both of you will enjoy!
4) Transform a favorite photo into a work of fine art with a custom pet art etching.
Submit your favorite photo to Grey Boy Pet Portraits and they’ll create a stunning black and white etching by hand. Turn around time is 3-5 days plus shipping.
5) Consider gifting a whole year of mobility and healthy happy-dog dances!
Offer to cover a full year of WagWorthy Hip + Joint for your beloved.
Buy a monthly subscription.
Lean into it and talk about how it compares to a vase full of red roses — but lasts SO much longer and is a gift that keeps on giving to help their pup stay active, healthy and age gracefully.
6) A copy of “OSA: A Curiously Different Dog”, a delightful children's book about acceptance and love.
Osa is a dog that doesn’t look like her friends so she goes on a quest with her pal Wilbur to discover who she really is. With beautiful illustrations that will delight your young, and young-at-heart, Valentines.
Whatever your partner’s preferences, including your pet in Valentines Day gift-giving can create sweet memory and moments.
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