The best Valentine’s Day gifts for dogs show them just how much you love them.
Buying a gift for your dog is a great way to show them you care, and give them a fun treat.
We’ve got over twenty five ideas for puppy presents. From tasty treats and luxurious leashes, to brilliant beds and top toys. You’re sure to find something your dog will love.
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Ways to Show Your Dog You Love Them
In the same pet owners survey, owners shared other favorite ways they show their dog love, including petting, playtime, treats and kisses.
Is it essential to buy Valentine’s Day gifts for dogs? Of course not.
But if inspiration strikes and you see something you just know your dog will adore or needs, it can be fun.
We hope these awesome ideas Valentine’s Day gifts for dogs will make your day-of-love festivities even more dear and special.
Valentine’s Day Gifts for Dogs Safety Tips
Canine safety is never the most fun or relaxing topic.
However, for new dog owners in particular, useful advice can go a long way to make sure this Valentine’s Day is safe and fun for you both.
Be sure the size of the gift or treat matches the size of your dog’s mouth and chew strength.
And it’s not just a matter of the dog’s physical size.
Make sure if you have a dog that overeats, you separate these treats into portions.
Avoid the No-No’s
Chocolate, lilies, xylitol (a sweetener), festive wrappings like ribbons and bows, balloons, and medication are all common reasons pet owners call the veterinary ER on or around Valentine’s Day.
Supervision Is a Safety Must
Whether you and your pooch have kept company for many years or just met, supervise your dog around any new toy or treat on Valentine’s Day.
25 Irresistible Valentine’s Gifts for Dogs
So now let’s get to the fun stuff. Let’s explore 25 adorable Valentine’s Day gifts for dogs.
Custom Catch Dog Nap Mat
This to-die-for plush nap mat* comes in five styles and three sizes.
It’s machine washable, and you can personalize it with your pup’s name.
Midlee Valentine’s Heart Rope Toy
This sturdy 6 x 6-inch rope chew toy* features white and red braided rope.
It’s a perfect toy choice for your pup on Valentine’s Day.
ZippyPaws Squeaky Plush
With plenty of color and style variety for pretty lady pups and manly male pooches, these tough no-stuffing crinkly toys* will make your dog’s Valentine’s Day fun and festive.
Sojos ‘Good Dog’ Dog Treats
Here are yummy peanut butter and jelly dog treats* packaged in a pretty pink box.
What more could your lucky pup ask for this Valentine’s Day? Also choose from three other fun flavors.
USP Soft & Comfy Bow Tie Collar
This red polka-dot dog collar with matching bow tie* will make sure your pooch looks dandy and dapper this Valentine’s Day.
This collar and bow-tie set comes in six sizes and five other patterns.
Nite Ize Clip-On LED Light with Carabiner
Add a reliable, bright LED light* to your dog’s fancy new Valentine’s collar.
Walk-time safety never goes out of style. Choose from five different colors.
The light comes with a replaceable 3V lithium battery that gives 20 to 25 hours of light, depending on mode.
Hamilton Deluxe Nylon Lead with Swivel Snap
This matching red leash* with a swivel bolt, snap-on closure and hand loop will put the cherry on top of your pooch’s new festive ensemble.
You can choose from two leash lengths/widths and several other bright colors.
Dog Poop Bag Holder to Easily Dispense Waste Bags
While it may not be the most pleasant topic on Valentine’s Day (or any day), there is no doubt that poop happens.
When it does, it sure can be nice to already have a special poop bag holder* that can accommodate a few extras like keys, credit cards and dog treats.
Crunchkins Edible Card
It is no secret most canines love chewing. With this edible-themed card*, your dog can have his card and eat it too.
The “card” is made of edible rawhide with a water-based, dog-safe dye.
Claudia’s Canine Bakery Carousel Of Canine Party Bones
Planning a Valentine’s Day gifts for dogs get-together? Or do you have multiple pooches to buy for?
This bakery party pack* is the perfect pick.
Vanilla-flavored dog cookies in a sustainably packaged, recyclable container (if your pup doesn’t chew it up first) make a fabulous party gift.
Romanticworks Collar Charm and Necklace
This truly inspired double gift* comes as a two-piece set—one for you and one for your pup.
You can choose from gold or silver tone in a number of different styles.
The set comes packaged in a soft bag, and the manufacturer offers a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee.
Pets Are Kids Too Premium Pet Dental Spray
Good dental and oral health lasts a lifetime. As a bonus, the kisses are sweeter (and better smelling) too.
This all-natural pet dental spray* can be sprayed directly along your dog’s gum line.
Or, you can spritz some into her water bowl for a refresher.
Tail Trends Dog Bandanas
These adorable 100 percent cotton bandanas* come in four love-themed designs to fit dogs with necks sized medium to large.
Loving Pets Bella Bowl
This precious heart-themed dog bowl* is made from veterinarian-recommended stainless steel and can be used for food or water.
HomeAgain Microchip Implant Kit
Statistics show that implanting your dog with a microchip* will increase the chances of him being found and returned to you by as much as 30 percent.
PETKIT Portable Leak Proof Dog Water Bottle
This FDA-approved dog water bottle* comes with an all-natural coconut fiber filter that removes contaminants like chlorine and bacteria from your dog’s water.
Choose from pink, blue, grey and green colors. The replaceable filter* can last up to six months.
Doggles ISL Pet Sunglasses
Just when you thought your dog couldn’t look any cuter, along come Doggles*.
If your dog is cataract-prone, this can be a particularly wonderful gift to choose.
There are lots of colors and styles to pick from.
Puppy Scoops Ice Cream
Yum. Maybe your pooch can’t partake of the bubbly and candies.
However, this will more than make up for it—ice cream for dogs in a flavor no pup can resist*.
If you prefer (or it’s too cold for ice cream where you live) you can opt for a Puppy Cake * instead.
Pawsse Super Soft Blanket
Valentine’s Day gifts for dogs can be the traditional snuggle with the one you love in a cozy blanket for two.
This amazingly soft blanket* is reversible with micro-plush on one side and soft lamb wool on the other side.
Zesty Paws Calming Treats For Dogs
We live in a noise-saturated world—fireworks, thunder and lightning, construction, and other sounds can cause pups so much stress.
These calming chews* help with noise intolerance, separation anxiety and other behavioral stressors.
Outward Hound Hide-A-Squirrel Plush Toy
Is this gift romantic? Not unless you are a squirrel-loving pup.
But if you are, you just can’t go wrong with this highly rated, super-popular gift*.
Our Pets IQ Interactive Treat Ball
What is better than Valentine’s Day treats for your pup?
This kibble or treat dispensing toy* keeps giving (literally) all year long.
Nerf Compact Tennis Ball Blaster
You could argue that this is a gift for you both* – or at least for your exhausted throwing arm.
Perfect Pooch Gift Pack
These USA-made dog treats* get high marks from owners and dogs.
SmartPetLove Behavioral Aid Toy
In one research study, 41 percent of pet owners shared they had owned a pet with anxiety issues.
The truth is, anxiety is nearly as common in pups as it is in their people today.
This reassuring snuggle toy* features a pulsing internal “heartbeat.”
Choose from four toy styles.
Best Valentine’s Day Gifts for Dogs
We hope you enjoyed our suggestions for adorable Valentine’s Day gifts for dogs to show them your love.
Which one is your favorite? Post your comments below.
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References and Further Reading:
Flint, C., “5 Valentine’s Safety Tips All Pet Families Need to Know,” Pet Poison Helpline
“Microchipping of Animals FAQ,” American Veterinary Medical Association
“New Research Sheds Light on How Uv Rays May Contribute to Cataract,” 2014, National Eye Institute
“Survey Finds More Than Half of Pet Owners Will Buy Valentine’s Day Gifts for Their Pets,” 2017, Pet Product News
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