While you’re planning the perfect Valentine’s Day for your sweetheart, buying gifts and making reservations, don’t forget about your sweet furball.

Here are some ways to celebrate your little creature and show them how much they are loved.


The cutest pics are the ones of your furry animals dressed up. This Happy Valentine’s Day puppy rhinestone hoodie will help get your doggie in the spirit. This Valentine’s Day doggie jacket will keep your pup snug and warm. Don’t forget about you! If your pet is your Valentine why not let everyone know by sporting this cat lover’s sweatshirt or this adorable paw print shirt — in the shape of a heart, of course.

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Invite all your friends and their adorable pets over to your place. Use this it’s time to pawty invites. Give everyone their own kitty Valentine’s card. Decorate your table with this paw print table cloth and use these paw print paper plates and napkins.

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Of course all they ever really want is belly rubs and treats, but this adorable mint green personalized dog tag would make a cute gift. How about a custom stuffed animal of your pet? Or this cute heart-shaped paw catnip toy for your kitty.

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The best way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, and it’s the same with your pet. Everyone loves a heart-shaped box of chocolates, but your pet would prefer this heart-shaped box of dog treats. Your dog will love this Valentine dog treat box. And who doesn’t love ice cream? Doggie ice cream makes a cool treat for your puppy.

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This Valentine’s Day, celebrate with the love of your life — your pet!


This story was written by Katie Simpson for The Daily Clutch.

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