Valentine’s Day is suppose to be a day for love. Since most of us love our pets more than humans, why not spoil them this Valentine’s day? There are still a few days left to get your pet the perfect Valentine, here is our short list of the best gifts!
1. Enjoying a quiet V-Day at home this year? That’s OK, now you don’t have to drink alone. Your cat can enjoy a MasCATo with you. This non alcoholic drink is made with organic beets and all natural herbs. It does not contain any corn, wheat, soy or grain. No cat, no problem. They also make a ZinfinTail for Dogs. Not a bad price either at $8.95-$12.95
2. If your pet is a looking a bit “big boned” after the holidays, consider getting them the Whistle 3 GPS Pet Tracker & Activity Monitor. It tracks your pets activity and you can view it on the app. Not getting enough activity? Hire a Dog Walker to make sure they get all those steps in! Bonus, this monitor doubles as a GPS pet tracker which means your pet will never be lost.
3. Nothing says LOVE like a custom tag. These hilarious pet tags, sold on Etsy, feature phrases like “oh snap, I’m lost. Please call my mom she is ugly crying right now, like really ugly crying”. Lucky for you these custom tags by East Coast Engraving come in 7 different colors so your pet can pick their favorite.
4. What better gift can you give then to immortalize your pet with a renaissance pet portrait? None, that’s it, these custom portraits are the best. Brought to you by HommeSurLaLune
these portraits start at just $70 for an 8×10 custom portrait.
5. Amazon now offers a Prime Pet Box full of goodies for your pet. They have a cat and a dog version that boast $30 worth of goods for the price of $19.99. If you are a prime member you are guaranteed quick, free delivery. This means, even if you forgot your furry Valentine there is still time to get them something before the big day! Unlike other boxed pet gifts, this one doesn’t require a subscription.
Did we miss your favorite pet Valentine’s Day Gift? Leave it in the comments!
Kristen Corral is a certified AMCP, a local pet expert and owner of Little White Dog Co. Her work has been featured in the LV Weekly and The Review Journal. She knew early on she had a passion for helping animals and at the age of thirty quit her performance career to begin a new career in animal care. She became heavily involved in animal rescue and animal activism and has served on the board of multiple animal welfare organizations. Kristen is a vegan and a lover of all animals and has experience caring for pet rats, pet horses and everything in between.
“I hope that my passion for animals and their well being shines through in my work”