Are you a dog owner?
If you own a dog chances are your dog is very much a part of your family.
Our dog Espn (pronounced Es-pin) is very much a member of our family (as it our cats and fish). We even go so far as to give him Christmas presents during the holiday season and celebrate is birthday (well, what we assume is his birthday – he was adopted for the local animal shelter).
I know many dog owners who give their pets gifts throughout the year.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Have you ever given your dog a Valentine’s Day card or gift? After all, Valentine’s Day is for celebrating the ones you love – shouldn’t that include your dog too?
OK… so your dog can’t really read a Valentine’s Day card. That is fine. You can read it to him.
Check out this interesting infographic that touches upon just how love our furry friends are.
Instead of celebrating your love for your four legged best friend on February 14th, why not make February 13th Valentine’s Day for Dogs?
To celebrate Valentine’s Day for Dog why not take your best friend on a special walk or to their favorite dog park? Or maybe you can buy them a new comfy bed, a fun new toy or even spend the day snuggling together.
Don’t forget the treats! Dogs love treats.
The wonderful people at at Milk-Bone, Pup-Peroni, Milo’s Kitchen, and Canine Carry Outs have made it easy for you to celebrate Valentine’s Day for dogs with adorable doggie Valentine’s Day cards that you can download, print out and share with your favorite pooch.
You can find the cute cards here – www.BigHeartPetValentines.com.
Simply print the cards, cut them out and insert your pup’s favorite treats like this…
How cute! I love this idea and our dog Espn is going to enjoy his special treats. Right now I am keeping them in a container so he doesn’t see them. I’ll give them to him on the 13th.
If you would like to see what others are saying about this special “I love you” day for dogs, check out the hashtag #ValentinesForDogs.
Do you celebrate the holidays with your dog? Have you ever celebrated Valentine’s Day with them? Feel free to share your thoughts.
*I received free product samples in exchange for my participation. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.