5 Ways to Spoil Your Pet on Valentine's Day
Indulge your furry valentine with special treats.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner — and the ideal time to show loved ones that you care, especially your four-legged loved ones!
All pet owners know that their furry companions just want affection and love on Valentine’s Day — and every day — but if you’re thinking of treating your pet to something special, you’re not alone. Over 9 million pet owners were expected to buy gifts for their pets on Valentine’s Day last year.
So if you’re looking for a different way to celebrate the holiday with your pet, here are a few ideas from Zootoo:
1. Treat your pet to a spa day! Many pet grooming parlors now offer services beyond the simple wash-and-trim. The Pussy and Pooch in downtown Los Angeles features a special Bathhouse where a team of massage therapists, pet-i-curists, and stylists can pamper your pet. You can locate a specialty groomer near you with our Zootoo Service Finder.
2. Show your cat some heart with the Heartthrob Catnip Gift Box, available on petsimple.com. The gift includes three plush hearts, all filled with 100% organically grown catnip from Vermont.
3. Give your dog a toy that gives back with the Planet Dog Orbee-Tuff Glow for Good Ball. 100% of the proceeds from sales of this durable, satisfying toy go to the Planet Dog Foundation, which promotes and celebrates dog service programs.
4. Try a heart-healthy treat. To help promote good cardiac health, reward your dog with Dogswell Happy Heart Chicken Breast Jerky Treats, featuring cage-free, pesticide-free chicken breast.
5. Spend some quality time with your furry valentine! More than anything, your pet wants to be with you — for a long walk, a game of fetch, or just a cozy wintertime nap. So enjoy!
Happy Valentine’s Day from all of us at Zootoo!
How are you celebrating Valentine’s Day with your pet this year? Tell us below!
1 year ago
Please DON'T give your pet Dogswell chicken, they buy their "free range" chicken from China. There's an unknown toxin in dog treats coming from China, no recall as they can't identify the problem but over 500 reported cases in the last 6 months. Please read packaging closely when choosing treats and food for your loved ones.
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