Ahhhhh, Valentine's Day, the most polarizing of all holidays; you either love it or you hate it with a passion. But it's the day of love, which means it celebrates all types of love, not just romantic love with humans! So don't worry if you're single on Valentine's Day, because we've come up with 3 things to do with your dog on the day of love.
There's little our dogs love more than food and treats, and store bought ones often come packed with weird, unpronounceable and sometimes unhealthy ingredients. What better way to show your pet that you love them than to hand make them something delicious using their favourite foods? Here's a great list of treats you can make from allrecipes.com!
However, if you're just plain lazy or if you're the type of person who can burn a pot of boiling water, we've got you covered with some awesome all natural, healthy dog treats you can buy here.
After food, the thing dogs love most is playing with you! They give you the gift of their adoration and devotion every day, so getting them some fun new toys and heading to the park is a great way to have fun on Valentine's Day. Here at World of Angus we've got a great selection of adorable dog toys that you're sure to have a ton of fun with. So snap up one or two (or three!) and head outside to play! Since it's February, it might still be cold where you are, so throwing a cute sweater or adorable jacket and booties into your gift basket is a great idea! To top it off, grab your sweetie a new collar, which is basically the dog version of the most classic Valentine's gift of all, jewelry.
What better way to honor your dog than with a paw print decoration? There are a few different ways you can do this one, and it makes a really cute ornament to hang in your home or on your Christmas tree. You can use Sculpey Clay, salt dough, corn starch and baking soda, or there's even a company that will cast your pet's paw prints in bronze, so it really lasts forever.Most of all this Valentine's Day, no matter what else you do with your pup, spending some quality time together is the best gift of all. Just being together and giving your dog some undivided attention, whether you're eating, playing, crafting or cuddling, it doesn't matter, as long as you both have a great time together.