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Valentine’s day is right around the corner and with that brings all the mushy, gooey love-stuff that couples can enjoy together. However, if you find yourself lacking in the “date-department” have no worries, your canine companion would love to spend the day with you.

Here are five fun and engaging activities to help you celebrate Valentine’s day with your bff.

  1. Enjoy a Spa Day

Nothing makes a day brighter than being pampered at a spa. Take advantage of this special day with a massage, a new hairstyle and even some much needed work on those “neglected” nails. After your pup is finished being pampered, treat yourself to your own spa session. You’ll feel great and your dog will look awesome, too.

  1. Valentine’s Day Play Date

Now that both you and your pooch are looking your best, why not meet up with some other pet parents for a Valentine’s day play date? Both outdoor and indoor dog parks are a great place for your furry friend to be off-leash and to socialize with other pups. Plus, many of these facilities (especially indoor) offer different activities for your pet to do like obstacle courses that will give your dog a full-body workout.

While your pup is playing, take the opportunity to meet new pet parents that may not have a special someone on this day either. Who knows? You might just make a connection.

  1. Pet Friendly Restaurants/Cafes

After your dog has run off some steam, treat yourself (and perhaps that new someone) to a coffee or even a meal at a pet-friendly restaurant or cafe. These canine-inviting establishments are popping up more-and-more and will allow your dog to join you on their porches or outside venues. Some may even allow the pets inside, but be sure to check before you enter with your dog.

  1. Pet Store Shopping Spree

After you’ve had a satisfying nibble, take a trip to your local pet shop (don’t forget to invite your new friend) for a pet store shopping spree. Most pet retailers welcome animals inside the store and may even show it my giving your pup a treat or two. And since it is Valentine’s day, pamper your pooch with a new heart-shaped or Valentine-inspired squeaky toy (or perhaps even a tug-toy made-for-two?) to commemorate the day.

  1. Homemade Doggy Treats

A special day calls for a special dog-friendly homemade treat, so instead of purchasing dog biscuits, bake your own. There are many easy DIY dog biscuits that you can whip up in no time. Your dog will love the wholesome, yet delicious treats that you made with love. Plus, it’s a nice way to spend a quiet evening or to get to know that special someone.

Valentine’s Day With Your Dog Could Be Amazing!

Spending quality time with your canine companion is always a great way to spend the day. Your dog will love the pampering, the socialization and the awesome treats. Plus, you never know when or where cupid’s arrow might strike next…this Valentine’s day with your dog could be amazing!



Sandie lee is a freelance writer that enjoys spending time with her three rescue cats. She hails from a smallish town in Ontario Canada which the residents jokingly refer to as the place with only two seasons; winter and not winter.

No matter how much you love your dog, flowers and candy on Valentine’s Day just aren’t appropriate for him! However, you can still show your dog some affection and let him know that you want him to be your Valentine with some healthy Valentine treats. Here are some fun Valentine treat options for you to offer your dog so he won’t feel left on when you’re having some bon bons with your sweetheart.


Remember that chocolate is a big No-No for dogs! Even if your dog begs for your Valentine candy, don’t let him have any. And take care to keep your candy and other chocolate out of reach so your dog won’t be tempted to help himself.


Homemade Hearts


Why not give your dog your heart for Valentine’s Day? Not your actual heart but these delicious homemade hearts. They’re not only healthy for your dog, they’re also easy to make. They’re made with natural ingredients that you can find in your grocery store and they take just a short time to whip together. Your dog will love them!


Makes 10 mini cakes


For the cake:

1 cup all-purpose flour

1 teaspoon baking soda

1/3 cup butter (or ¼ cup vegetable oil)

¼ cup all natural peanut butter

1 cup shredded carrots

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 ½ tablespoons all natural honey

½ cup lowfat buttermilk


For the frosting:

8 ounces of lowfat cream cheese

1 ½ tablespoons cinnamon

1 teaspoon vanilla extract


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a mini heart cake pan with nonstick cooking spray and set it aside.
  2. Mix the flour and baking soda. Add the peanut butter, vanilla, honey, and oil/butter and stir. Add the buttermilk, ¼ cup at a time. Stir in carrots.
  3. Spoon the mixture into the mini heart openings, filling each one three-quarters full. Bake for at least 25 minutes or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean. Let cool completely.
  4. While the cakes cook, prepare the frosting by beating the cream cheese, vanilla, and cinnamon together. Once the cakes have cooled, frost. Drizzle melted peanut butter on top or top with additional shredded carrots.


Carob Hearts


Chocolate may be bad for your dog but carob tastes very similar and it’s perfectly fine to give your dog cookies and other treats made with carob. Dogs love them! Try these Carob Heart cookies for your doggy Valentine. These cookies are made with all natural ingredients and if you want to nibble on them yourself, they’re yummy.



1 ½ Cups Wheat Flour
½ Cup Rolled Oats
¼ Cup Carob Powder
½ Teaspoon Baking Powder
1 Egg
½ Cup Water
1 Tablespoon Honey



  1. In a small bowl combine the wheat flour, rolled oats, carob, and baking powder. Set aside. In a separate bowl beat together the egg, water, and honey. Add the dry ingredients and mix until well blended and it forms a stiff dough.
  2. Place on floured surface and roll to desired thickness. Cut into heart shapes. (You can buy heart-shaped cookie cutters online or in kitchen supply stores.) Bake at 300 degrees. If rolled to 3/8? thickness, baking time is 30 minutes to 35 minutes.
  3. Melt carob chips in the microwave or double boiler and drizzle over the treats for more carob taste.


Try these healthy Valentine’s Day treats for your dog instead of treats and snacks made with preservatives and other ingredients that you can’t identify. Your dog will really be able to tell how much you love him.

pampered heart charmIf you’re looking for some really nice Valentine’s Day Jewelry for your spoiled pooch, then check out the selection at  You will find a wide variety of heart shaped dog collar charms and some adorable valentine collars for your spoiled little boy or girl.

This pampered heart charm is really cute.  The charm is pink and has the word pampered engraved on it. It also has a crown on the top of the heart and crystals around the outer edge of the it.  This charm has a lobster claw clasp so you can easily attach it to your pets collar.

You can find this and several other valentine jewelry for your dog at our online boutique.

valentine dress

Conversation Heart Dog Dress

Playful pink and white dress with a pattern inspired by the popular candy hearts. Lightweight pullover tank dress has a heart-shaped accent on the back that’s surrounded by glimmering sequins. Red velvet skirt with a big red organza bow and sequin weaving.

This valentine dog dress will be adorable on your little diva dog.   

heart frill dress

White fabric dress w/red heart print, accented w/red satin bow and lace trim. This will make a perfect dress for your princess on Valentines Day.

This adorable dress is for small to medium sized dogs and is available at  You can find this dress and other Valentine Dog Apparel at our online boutique.

DogDiva Dog Toy

DogDiva Dog Toy


Since your diva dog cannot eat chocolate, get her the next best thing. A plush box of DogDiva for Valentines Day. This cute plush toy has 4 “chocolates” and the word DogDiva on its side. The toy has a squeaker inside and will bring loads of fun to your diva dog. Makes a perfect gift for Valentines Day or any occasion. The manufacturer has stopped making these, so we are limited to the small quantity on hand. You better hurry if you want your little diva to get one of these delicious treats.

valentine heart dog Toys

Valentine Heart Toys

This plush Valentine hearts toy will make a great gift for your spoiled little pup.  Valentines Heart Toys are packaged 3 hearts in each red paper heart box. Hearts say “Be Mine”, “I Love You” and “Happy Valentines Day” on them. Each heart is 4″. Supplies limited – Order now to assure your loved one gets one of these unique toys.

Supplies are limited on these toys, so it will be first come first serve on these.