Love is a fur-letter word. This Valentine’s Day, don’t forget to show your pup some love. Who has loved you consistently day-after-day since day one? Your pup of course! Pamper and spoil your dog with these Valentine’s Day ideas. We promise you, their tails will be wagging the whole time!
At-Home Spa Day
Your dog deserves to be pampered on Valentine’s Day too! An at-home spa day is the perfect Valentine’s Day gift from you to them. Draw a bath, get a glass of wine or bubbly (for yourself of course) and grab the special shampoo - you know, the one you paid WAY too much for because it smells delicious and makes their fur really soft - that one! Your fur-riend will love the fresh wash and blow-dry!
Our dog, @mademoiselle_filou, like most, has a few special toys that after a weekend getaway she runs in and just HAS to play with. Imagine how excited your royal pup would be if you came home with a brand new one for them?! These Rosé wine bottle dog toys are adorable and perfect for Valentine’s Day. They’ll love the new addition and will definitely lick your face for it! Set aside an hour or two just to play with them with their new toy.
Bonne et Filou Macarons
Your dog should get to taste the most stylish and delicious treat on the market! Recommended by Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan, and many veterinarians, your pup will get to experience the luxurious royal life. Available in tasty lavender, strawberry, and mint, treat your dog to a healthy, decadent, French-inspired macaron treat...or two!
Take Them On a Walk
Is it just us or does your dog get SO excited for walks? It’s because they get to experience new sights and smells with their favorite person. Maybe they love to socialize with other dogs or people, but it’s a great way to not only get them out of the house for some fresh air but also to get them exercising.
Being a dog is hard work! A gentle massage from their favorite hooman is a great way for you to help your pup relax and feel pampered. Start at their head and make soft, circular motions with your fingers (don’t press too hard). Stay away from their stomach area, and remember their favorite spots to be pet, whether it be their head or behind the ears. They’ll like the massage, but will love the special time with you!
Take A Day Off
This Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to take some time to yourself and your pup! Let’s face it, life is stressful! Take a day off and spend it cuddling with your dog! Studies have shown that people who cuddle with their pups have lower levels of stress throughout the day, and feel more relaxed physically and mentally. Not only will your pampered pup keep you warm and cozy - they will make you feel happier too!